About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 27 October 2007 | News A Guide to Grants for Individuals in Need (Guide to Grants) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 24 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
State of telephone fundraising survey launched 31 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 17 July 2009 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Relationship Marketing and the Institute of Fundraising have launched a telephone fundraising survey to help inform the Institute in its policy and campaigning work, and to inform Relationship Marketing’s campaign for change to the current Telephone Preference Service (TPS) regulations.The survey examines how charities currently use the telephone for fundraising, and how they would like to use the telephone to contact donors and potential supporters.It also seeks to establish charities’ understanding of the TPS regulations and their views as to whether there is a need for change. Advertisement This survey follows the publication of a White Paper about telephone fundraising by Hugh McCaw, Chief Executive of Relationship Marketing, which set out the restrictions imposed upon charities by the Telephone Preference Service.McCaw said: “After the release of our White Paper, we were inundated with encouraging responses from the sector outlining their thoughts and feelings about the future of telephone fundraising. The level of interest has prompted us to take this next step in partnership with the Institute.“With this survey, we are hoping to capture the views of the fundraising community in quantifiable terms. The survey results will form the basis for how we go forward, ensuring sector views are considered and represented. I would urge all fundraisers to take part”.Lindsay Boswell, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, added: “This survey is going to help us determine if there is an appetite for change from amongst our membership when it comes to telephone fundraising and TPS regulations”.The survey is being distributed today to over 5,000 Individual members of the Institute directly. The closing date for the survey is 21st August 2009. Survey results will be analysed and published.All interested fundraisers are invited to take part in the online survey atwww.zoomerang.com/Survey/survey-intro.zgi?p=WEB229EJDY5U9BPhoto: Mrpattersonsir on Flickr.com Tagged with: Individual giving Institute of Fundraising Research / statistics Telephone fundraising Telephone Preference Service
WhatsApp Facebook Linkedin NewsEggs for EasterBy admin – April 11, 2011 615 Twitter Print Pandora Bell’s delicious Real Eggshell with Praline Chocolate has accessorized itself this year with a Belle handbag to enhance even the most daring Easter Bonnet. This limited edition bag comes with three real chickens eggshells filled with the smoothest praline chocolate and is available exclusively at www.pandorabell.ie.Lovers of Pandora Bell’s Real Eggshell will find it on shelves in Fine Food Stores Nationwide again this year. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The eggs are sold separately with minimum of fuss and packaging just a beautiful elegant band for €2.75 – 2.95.Pandora Bell’s Honey Nougat, Salted Butter Caramels, Handmade Lollipops, Real Fruit Jellies and Crumbly Butter Fudge are stocked by independent retailers nationwide including eateries like LaCucina and Cornstore at Home in Limerick. All that is left for the chocolate lover to do is crack the shell, peel and enjoy. Email Previous articleLimerick minor side named to face TipperaryNext articleHeroin addict involved in “an appalling incident” admin Advertisement
Global earthquake catalogues do not record any earthquakes south of Bransfield Strait beneath the AntarcticPeninsula or its flanking continental shelves. Such low seismicity is consistent with neotectonic interpretations which show the area south of Bransfield Strait as part of the modern Antarctic plate. However, the magnitude distribution of earthquakes located in the wider region indicates that the threshold for location of events in this area was at least mb=4.5 before 1996. Plate tectonic reconstructions indicate that rapid subduction was taking place along the entire Pacific margin of the Antarctic Peninsula at the start of the Cenozoic era. By analogy with active subduction zones, and by reference to statistical relationships between seismicity parameters and other measurable parameters of modern subduction zones, it is inferred that this was an area of intense seismic activity at that time. On the same basis, wellconstrainedtectonic events affecting this margin imply that seismic activity decreased in stages during the Cenozoicera. Global catalogues list four earthquakes beneath the continental rise west of the Antarctic Peninsula. Theseoccurred in oceanic lithosphere 16–49 Ma in age and do not appear to be associated with oceanic fracture zones.Harvard CMT focal mechanisms for two of these
SummaryThe Senior Regulatory Affairs Associate works to support theProtocol Office and investigators associated with The TexasChildren’s Cancer and Hematology Centers (TXCH). As a SeniorRegulatory Affairs Associate in Regulatory Affairs, multi-faceted,complex pediatric oncology treatment protocols will be assigned.The role is expected to interface with other academic centers, NIHfunded consortia, the National Cancer Institute, the Federal DrugAdministration (FDA), and industry sponsors on highly sensitive andconfidential projects. This position supports all aspects ofregulatory compliance for a specified portfolio of clinical trials.This support includes, but is not limited to, reviewing protocolsand protocol related documents, submitting protocols to regulatoryagencies and review committees and ensuring successful navigationof approval processes for clinical research. This position requiresexpertise and understanding of clinical research and applicableregulations.This position will be assigned the more complex BMT and cellulartherapy studies within the Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Centerat BCM.This position requires onsite work and does not offer 100% remotework option.Job DutiesApplies a detailed understanding of federal and internationalregulatory requirement when preparing regulatory reviewapplications.Assists and advises Investigators on their compliance withfederal and international regulation acquirements, obligations andresponsibilities that govern the conduct of clinical researchstudies.Assigned studies in pediatric oncology and hematology humansubjects research with an emphasis on IND trials.Coordinates regulatory correspondence across internalstakeholders and external institutions. Prepares protocol documentsand required regulatory forms in order to obtain institutional andregulatory agency approval for the conduct of clinical researchprojects at the TXCH.Assists with training junior staff under the guidance of theDirector of Regulatory Affairs. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.5632CA; CH Preferred QualificationsFour or more years of experience in regulatory affairs forclinical research at an academic medical center or hospital withknowledge of clinical research practices and regulations.Regulatory Affairs Certification Minimum QualificationsBachelor’s degree.Four years of relevant experience.
Making Sense by Michael ReaganIf I were Donald Trump’s chief of staff, I’d just break his thumbs.That’s what Reince Priebus should do – and then maybe buy a roll of duct tape.From Day One of his administration, President Trump has hurt himself and his agenda by doing a lot of stuff that is absolutely stupid.Does anyone think it was Priebus who was telling Trump to fire FBI Director James Comey?Or telling him, “While you’re at it, Mr. President, why don’t you undermine your staff and the VP of the United States for a second time.”What the president desperately needs is an adult in the Oval Office who will stand up to him — and that he will listen to. Maybe it has to be Jared Kushner, because Trump can’t fire his son in law.Otherwise it’s going to take someone on his staff with the highest authority – maybe Priebus – to stand up and publicly say, “Unless this chaos ends, Mr. President, I’m going to resign.”Until something shocking like that happens to wake up President Trump, or until he is tied up and sedated by his staff, his administration will be constantly under siege from the left and the fake journalists in the media.We all know why the liberal Democrats in Washington, Hollywood and the news media hate Trump.They didn’t want him to be president. They all voted for Queen Hillary and since last November they’ve all been feeling somewhere between sad and suicidal.So now you have them trying everything they can every day to get rid of President Trump.But are they really so stupid that they don’t realize yet that even if Trump goes down they still aren’t going to get their President Hillary?Do they realize they’re going to get President Mike – a savvy, competent, principled conservative who won’t shoot himself in both feet every day?A President Pence who will be able to work with a Republican Congress to get all the things done that Trump promised but can’t deliver – tax reform, immigration reform, healthcare reform and more?We know the attacks of the Hysterical Left will never stop until Trump is impeached or driven from office.But despite the apoplectic editors at the New York Times and the Washington Post and the drooling leftwing anchors and pundits at MSNBC/CNN, President Trump has done nothing yet to be impeached for.It won’t matter what James Comey says the president asked him to do regarding the FBI’s investigation into the alleged Russian-Trump collusion to prevent the coronation of Queen Hillary, for which there still is no evidence.What Trump may or may not have said to Comey rises to the level of stupidity, but it doesn’t rise to the level of impeachment.And the classified information Trump supposedly gave to the Russians in the White House about the fight against terrorists was no different from what President Obama gave to the Russians concerning the terrorists in Syria.Remember when Rachel Maddow and the Washington Post editorial page went apoplectic after Obama divulged secrets to the Russkies? Neither do I.President Trump has been, is and always will be the source of the chaos. He’s not in charge of a business anymore, he’s in charge of an administration.If he keeps going down the crazy road he’s on with these stupid childish tweets and the statements he makes, Republicans will lose control of the House and Senate and any chance for tax reform, immigration reform and health care reform.And then America isn’t going to be great again. It’s going to be bad again.—Copyright ©2017 Michael Reagan.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Joe Cubias, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that two top-producing sales associates with the Jersey City Exchange Place office were recognized for outstanding industry achievement in August.Scott Waldman led the Weichert sales region for dollar volume and resale dollar volume during the month, while Sandy Cuevas led for listings, resale listings, revenue units and resale revenue units. The region is comprised of offices throughout Hudson County and parts of Bergen County. 1 / 2 Sandy Cuevas 2 / 2 Scott Waldman ❮ ❯ × 1 / 2 Sandy Cuevas 2 / 2 Scott Waldman ❮ ❯ Invite these talented neighborhood specialists in to learn about the real estate services offered by Weichert, Realtors. They can be reached in Weichert’s Jersey City Exchange Place office at 251 Washington St., or call (201) 860-4009 for more information.
WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Facebook Google+ Twitter Twitter By Carl Stutsman – June 9, 2020 0 362 Pinterest IndianaLocalNews (“Scales of Justice” by North Charleston, C.C. BY-SA 2.0) County Commissioners have agreed on a site, and approved the deal to purchase it. Should things go as planned the new consolidated courts would be near the corner of Old Cr. 17 and US 33 on a 32 acre site that is directly adjacent to the CR. 17 overpass.A 2019 study suggested consolidating the county courts to one building because of inherent inadequacies in the current locations in downtown Elkhart and Goshen. The County Council needs to approve the funding.The new building is slated to be about 170,000 sq ft with 300 parking spaces and will need to be able to handle about 200 employees. The purchase price is $585,000 Google+ Deal to purchase land for consolidated courthouse approved in Elkhart County WhatsApp Previous articleChristiana Creek Auctions off possessions as uncertain future loomsNext articleDetails released on how the Potawatomi Zoo will reopen Carl Stutsman
Associated British Foods (ABF) has unveiled a sales increase of 10% to £6.3bn in its first half, compared with the same period last year.The company behind the Allied Bread and Milling group said the increase, and a 20% hike in adjusted operating profit of 20% to £496m, had largely been driven by Primark, the clothes shop chain it also owns.However, ABF added: “Our food businesses remained on track with a much-improved result from grocery, a big increase for agriculture and some stabilisation in underlying trading at ingredients. After last year’s record performance from sugar, the result this half-year proved to be resilient.”On the sugar front ABF said that it had delivered an “underlying profit” increase this year and that weather-related challenges in Europe were being well managed.
Pieminister has launched a ‘Cattle Drive’, which will see money raised from its pies used to help purchase livestock for fledgling farms in Africa.The Bristol-based pie firm is encouraging pie fans to get involved in order to raise a target of £40,000 for African development charity Send a Cow.Pieminister is hoping to raise enough money to help 30 families start a farming business, through the provision of livestock, seeds, training and ongoing support.It has also opened a fully-licensed pop-up pie shop – the Cattle Market – opposite London’s famous Stables Market in Camden, which will be serving pies for free, in return for a charitable donation, until 17 November.Pieminister will also be donating 10p from every pie sold to the cause, through retailers including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Ocado, Budgens and Wholefoods.Other initiatives include hosting a series of Cattle Drive nights at selected Pieminister restaurants nationwide, where customers can also enjoy a pie in return for a donations.Businesses across the UK can also get involved by participating in Pieminister’s ‘Cattle Auction’, to bid for pies, said the firm. It will provide the pies for free, so staff can bid for their favourites and raise money. A prize will be awarded to the office that raises the most amount of money for the Cattle Drive.Jon Simon, co-founder of Pieminister, said: “We hope that pie-lovers everywhere will get behind this campaign and help us reach our target through the exciting fundraising activities planned.“We love Send A Cow’s ‘pass it on’ principle which encourages families to pass on livestock, seeds or training. This means people will continue to benefit from the skills, confidence and self-respect seeded from our Cattle Drive, long after these 30 farms are built.”Find out more and get involved visit www.pieminister.co.uk/cattledrive