Simple Effective Fundraising : A Fundraising Guide for all Charities

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first_imgSimple Effective Fundraising : A Fundraising Guide for all Charities  12 total views,  1 views today 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. [amzn_product_post]Simple Effective Fundraising is a comprehensive guide which aims to help charities establish or improve their charity’s fundraising and income generation programmes. It is suitable for those starting out in fundraising, as well as for those wishing to increase their fundraising effectiveness. This easy to understand practical fundraising guide covers all important aspects of charitable fundraising, including:– understand charity law,– charity organisational structures,– ethics in fundraising,– charity case statement and mission statement,– simple budgeting for charities,– fundraising strategies,– income generation ideas for charities,– charity letter writing– charity funding applications,– marketing for charities– charity volunteers– plus more simple, effective fundraising advice, suggestions and ideas. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The guide is written by an expert charity professional with 26 years experience in fundraising and the charity sector. Howard Lake | 7 April 2013 | Newslast_img read more


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first_imgNews September 3, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Black month for press freedom in Kashmir, with a cameraman killed, at least 32 journalists attacked and media censored February 23, 2021 Find out more March 3, 2021 Find out more IndiaAsia – Pacific News April 27, 2021 Find out more India: RSF denounces “systemic repression” of Manipur’s media News IndiaAsia – Pacific to go furthercenter_img Help by sharing this information RSF demands release of detained Indian journalist Siddique Kappan, hospitalised with Covid-19 Reporters Without Borders voices full solidarity with journalists in Indian Kashmir, who have undergone one of the worst periods in decades since the outbreak of protests in early August. The press freedom violations have taken a heavy toll, with a cameraman killed, more than 30 journalists beaten by security forces, local TV stations censored and newspapers unable to publish normally because of a curfew.“The government in New Delhi cannot continue to ignore the fact that the press in Kashmir has been subject to a state of exception that violates the Indian constitution,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We call on it to react quickly to ensure that the violence stops, that the censorship is completely lifted and that the local media are given full guarantees. The police violence in which a cameraman was killed and at least 32 journalists were injured must also be investigated.”Reporters Without Borders urges the authorities to carry out a thorough investigation into the death of local TV cameraman Javed Ahmed Mir, 35, who was shot while covering a demonstration near Bagh-e-Mehtab on 13 August. According to the BBC, as well as being a cameraman, he also textile worker to help support his wife and three children.The curfew imposed on 24 August was lifted yesterday after a political agreement was reached about the Amarnath land transfer dispute, which triggered the violent demonstrations. A return to normal should allow the local media to resume operations. But the toll was very heavy. The inhabitants of Kashmir, especially those in the Srinagar region, were deprived of local and national dailies for a week, while local TV stations were forbidden to report news. Some cable TV operators stopped carrying national and international news channels in protest against the censorship. Many people also complained about disruption of their mobile phone texting services.At least 32 journalists have been beaten by members of the security forces since the start of the demonstrations and at least 10 of them were hospitalised. Three journalists – Aaj Tak TV bureau chief Ashraf Wani, NDTV cameraman Amir Bhat and Daily News Analysis correspondent Ishfaq-ul-Hassan – were attacked by demonstrators.According to a press release published by a group of Kashmiri journalists, there are strong grounds for suspecting that the local and national authorities made no attempt to prevent the violence against the press.“When the governor, N. N. Vohra, was informed about these attacks, he pleaded ignorance and, in presence of some members of press and the secretary of information, instructed the Director General of Police not to let such attacks continue,” the release said. “However, to present just one instance, the attacks continued the next day, confirming our suspicion that the attacks are carried out by design.”Members of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), which is under the control of the government in New Delhi, were responsible for most of the police violence. It was CRPF members, for example, who beat Asif Qureshi of Star News on 25 August, and Showkat Ahmed, the Rising Kashmir daily newspaper’s system administrator, when he was on the streets with a pass on 31 August. Follow the news on India RSF_en News Receive email alerts Organisation Indian journalist wrongly accused of “wantonly” inaccurate reportinglast_img read more


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first_imgEmail Facebook Print WhatsApp Previous articleThe Breakdown EP109 Windy Scots Blown Away By Irish AccuracyNext articleNew €7m sports facility at University of Limerick to ‘leave a legacy’ for future students Ronan Coughlan Linkedincenter_img Advertisement NewsEducationSportGaaLIT and Limerick GAA team up to launch new LIT Gaelic Grounds Scholarship Programme.By Ronan Coughlan – September 24, 2019 288 Twitter Brian Fanning – Pallasgreen, Laura O Neill – Na Piarsaigh and Diarmuid Byrnes – Patrickswell pictured at the LIT Gaelic Grounds to launnch the LIT Gaelic Grounds Scholarships in Limerick today.Pic. Brian ArthurA unique scholarship programme aimed at Limerick GAA members who attend Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) has been officially launched by the college and the Limerick GAA County Board, as part of the ongoing implementation of the LIT Gaelic Grounds partnership.The agreement, which included the re-naming of Limerick’s county grounds as LIT Gaelic Grounds, also incorporates Limerick GAA internships and work experience for LIT students in sports coaching, event management, marketing and other areas as well as LIT support for Limerick GAA clubs.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Students of LIT, including 2019-2020 entrants, are invited to apply for the scholarship which includes benefits such asFinancial SupportAcademic SupportAccommodation SupportGym MembershipInjury ManagementSports NutritionLIT Branded SportswearCommunity ProjectApplicants must be involved with a GAA Club, Ladies Football Club or Camogie Club in Limerick or LIT to apply for the scholarship programme, but do not necessarily have to play the game as the programme also includes administration scholarships. The administration scholarships are for club members who are supporting the LIT sports clubs and their own club or community in other ways, such as social media, club administration and demonstrated community leadership.As well as being a member of the GAA the applicants must also show how they are involved in their local community or club, as part of the application process.Upon launching the scholarship programme, LIT President, Professor Vincent Cunnane said:“The LIT Gaelic Grounds Scholarship is one of the core elements of the 10-year agreement between LIT and Limerick GAA. It encompasses our joint values of community support and involvement, by supporting access to education and encouraging our students to get involved in their local clubs and voluntary organisations.“The scholarship is an example of how we can positively impact the lives of people in our community when we combine our resources. Through this scholarship, students will receive a variety of supports including financial assistance, academic support and help to attain the highest level in their chosen sport.  I would, therefore, invite all eligible students to apply for this unique scholarship.”Limerick GAA Chairman John Cregan added:“Limerick GAA is delighted with the progress to date of our new partnership with LIT which is benefiting our local communities as well as the GAA. And what better way to support our communities than to assist with access to education while encouraging involvement with local voluntary groups, clubs and organisations.”To apply to the LIT Gaelic Grounds Scholarship programme log on to http://litgaelicgrounds.ie.For further information on LIT and Limerick GAA’s unique relationship and 10-year agreement see:  http://www.lit.ie/News/Item/LIT_Limerick_GAA.aspxThe post LIT and Limerick GAA team up to launch new LIT Gaelic Grounds Scholarship Programme. appeared first on Sporting Limerick.last_img read more


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first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvania Preparing Youth for Careers of Their Choice, Including in the Military Education,  Press Release,  Schools That Teach,  Workforce Development Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today joined Pennsylvania’s Adjutant General Maj. General Anthony Carrelli, and retired generals and admirals from Mission: Readiness to release the non-profit organization’s workforce readiness report that outlines how competition for qualified individuals among all employment sectors affects military recruiting efforts and warrants greater investment in our next generation.“I am committed to making investments in education at all ages to help ensure we provide Pennsylvanians with the skills needed for every open job and that includes positions with the Pennsylvania National Guard and all branches of the military,” Gov. Wolf said. “These investments start in the earliest years of life, when children are learning soft skills such as teamwork, time management and good communication.”The Mission: Readiness report identifies research-based solutions to improve the health and education of young adults with the goal of making them more likely to successfully contribute to America’s workforce, including military service if they so choose. The report also documents the wins for Pennsylvania’s children that Mission: Readiness members have supported in the areas of early childhood education; equitable and adequate K-12 education funding; and youth fitness and nutrition.“Research is clear that brain development from birth to age 5 sets the foundation for children’s future success,” said Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Ralph Jodice. “High-quality child care and early education programs like pre-k set the stage for readiness by improving children’s cognitive ability, health and behavior throughout life.”Since he took office, Gov. Wolf has invested in the future of Pennsylvania’s youngest residents by:Expanding access to child care and reducing waiting lists with $15 million in federal funds so nearly 1,000 infants and toddlers would have quality care, enabling their families to go to work or school.Enhancing high-quality child care by investing $10 million to incentivize programs to increase their quality ratings through the commonwealth’s STARS program.Increasing the number of children able to attend pre-kindergarten by 60 percent.Fully restoring the $1 billion education cut made during the previous administration that led to teacher layoffs, larger class sizes, and program cuts.Increasing the high school graduation rate to 86.1 percent, placing Pennsylvania above the national average.Increasing the number of career and technical education (CTE) students earning industry-recognized credentials by 34.2 percent and increased the number of credentials earned by students enrolled in CTE programs by 27.2 percent.Providing high school students options to demonstrate graduation readiness as alternatives to standardized testing.Gov. Wolf has worked to advance legislation to ensure children are in school by age 6 and stay until age 18; creating a more skilled and qualified workforce by providing an additional $10 million for PAsmart; establishing the Employer Skills Fund; and launching the Keystone Economic Development and Workforce Command Center to partner with the private sector around workforce development.“We owe it to the men and women currently serving in the Pennsylvania National Guard and all branches of the military to give them the best possible future troops,” Gov. Wolf said. “That means ensuring we’re providing the best education possible to potential enlistees, starting at the earliest ages, when children learn quickly and eagerly.“By working together, we can identify and fill readiness gaps, and ensure we have the best possible workforce for every job – including the Pennsylvania National Guard and all our military branches.”center_img November 12, 2019last_img read more


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