Charity Know How features UK Fundraising

Charity Know How features UK Fundraising  21 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Contact Finder will offer a step-by-step guide to seeking appropriate partners, looking at why partnerships – should be considered in the first place, the types of partners that should be sought and how they can be identified. Charity Know How, (which became Allavida in August 2001) the grant-making body for Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States, has featured UK Fundraising within its new Contact Finder service. UK Fundraising is one of nine sites selected that provide funding or funding information. It is in prestigious company: other sites listed include the European Foundation Centre, the Soros Foundations, and the European Union.Charity Know How, (which became Allavida in August 2001) the grant-making body for Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States, has featured UK Fundraising within its new Contact Finder service. UK Fundraising is one of nine sites selected that provide funding or funding information. It is in prestigious company: other sites listed include the European Foundation Centre, the Soros Foundations, and the European Union.Contact Finder is designed to signpost organisations seeking contacts with other organisations working on specific issues or in specific countries. Advertisement Howard Lake | 24 May 1999 | News 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. read more

Jordan Dean & More Will Join Patti LuPone & Michael Urie in Shows for Days

first_img Shows For Days View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 23, 2015 Related Shows The complete cast is now set for Douglas Carter Beane’s Shows for Days off-Broadway. Joining the previously announced Patti LuPone, Michael Urie and Dale Soules in the Lincoln Center Theater production are Jordan Dean, Lance Coadie Williams and Zoë Winters. Performances will begin at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater on June 6. Opening night is set for June 29.Shows For Days follows 14-year-old Car (Urie), who becomes involved in community theater in Reading, Pennsylvania at the Prometheus Theatre. The theater is led by Irene (LuPone) a woman who dedicates her life to directing, designing and starring in the group’s shows. Dean, Soules, Williams and Winters will also be featured as members of the theater troupe.Dean returns to Lincoln Center after Cymbeline on Broadway and The New Century. He also appeared on the Great White Way in Mamma Mia!. Williams’ previous stage credits include BootyCandy, The Convert, Sucker Punch and Marcus or the Secret of Sweet. Winters appeared in Lincoln Center’s 4000 Miles, as well as Laugh, Much Ado About Nothing and An Octoroon.last_img read more

I-37 checkers fly for Carroll

first_imgChris Carroll captured the May 19 IMCA Modified checkers at I-37 Speedway. (Photo by J.M. Hallas)By J.M. HallasPLEASANTON, Texas (May 19) – After some early season bad luck, Chris Carroll parked his IMCA Modified in the winner’s circle Saturday at I-37 Speedway.Thanks to his wife, son and a couple grand in repairs, Carroll got by point leader Rick Green for the lead. Talon Minten was able to show him the nose after a late restart but Carroll was able to hold him off.“It’s my wife and son supporting me, first off,” commented Carroll. “Colin put the car together and he made it come off the turns. It rotated through the middle real good. Rick (Green) slipped up a little bit and let me go.”“My son put the car back together after the crash earlier this year. There was about $2,000 in dam­age,” he continued. “We basically torn the right front off and bent the bird cages, tires and wheels. Luckily, I have a kid that loves this stuff and got it all back together. He’s a pretty good mechanic.”Minten ended in second and Green took third.last_img read more

Florida defensive end Brown verbally commits to Syracuse

first_img Published on December 19, 2012 at 10:31 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman Facebook Twitter Google+ Malik Brown, a defensive end from William T. Dwyer High School in West Palm Beach, Fla., tweeted Wednesday that he verbally committed to Syracuse.center_img I so blessed to say that tonight I officially committed to Syracuse University— Malik Brown (@brownmalik99) December 20, 2012 AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBrown is the 14th member of the Class of 2013 to commit to Doug Marrone and the Orange. Scout.com rated his as a two-star prospect, while Rivals gave him three stars. He was a high school teammate of SU freshman cornerback Julian Whigham.The 6-foot-3, 215-lb. Brown had a host of offers from schools around the country, including Cincinnati, Illinois, Mississippi State, Purdue and South Florida, according to Scout.com.Brown, an end who gives Syracuse another formidable pass rusher, helped lead Dwyer to a 9-3 record this past season before the Panthers lost to Boyd Anderson in the Class 7A regional semifinals.Brown will have to fight for a starting spot next season since Syracuse has a group of quality defensive ends coming back in 2013. The only defensive end the Orange will lose to graduation is Brandon Sharpe. Commentslast_img read more

Clippers’ preparation seeks to incorporate new guys, new experience

first_img What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Who needs an arena full of fans when you’ve got Pat Bev in the building?Clippers guard Reggie Jackson said Friday that while he and his teammates prepare to get back to competing, they’re also readying themselves for the experience of playing NBA basketball without a crowd when scrimmages begin inside the NBA’s Bubble in Orlando, Florida.“For the most part, we know the statement is true now that we’re all that we’ve got, so we have to rely on each other,” Jackson said via Zoom before practice. “We have to bring energy for each other. We’re constantly talking about it. I think guys are bonding more, and I think each team is getting ready for that challenge.”That’s where Patrick Beverley comes in. And it turns out, Mr. 94 Feet also is Mr. 24-7 when it comes to bringing the energy. Game 4 photos: Luka Doncic, Mavs shock Clippers in overtime “Pat Bev, shoot, he’s one of the funnier stories,” Jackson said of the team’s initial quarantine period in the Bubble. “We’re all locked up … can’t leave your room, but it’s probably 2 a.m. and all we get is a ‘Yoooo! Yoooo!’ Everybody is like, what is going on?“Bev is just yelling through walls, making sure everybody is good. It’s the first day, he’s just checking … that made the first part of the 24 hours of lockdown even better, just knowing that your teammates were there with you.“That’s just something very simple, but the guy is constant energy.”Spirits are high, but the on-court conditioning and continuity is up and down, said Coach Doc Rivers, who again declined to discuss when Marcus Morris Sr., Landry Shamet or Ivica Zubac are expected to join the team in Orlando.“I go back and forth,” Rivers said. “There’s days I think our conditioning is great, and it is, and then there’s days I don’t know if our conditioning is ready for an NBA game. Practice-wise our guys are hanging in there doing great. “We have refs, right, and they’re 12-minute quarters,” Rivers said. “I think we made a mistake by calling them scrimmages … I typically try a lot of stuff in those games just because it’s a different opponent.“It’s pretty much we know who we want to play, but as far as the rotations and the minutes, I think that’s still a little bit in flux. We’ll see. You kind of decide on what you’re going to do going by how you’re practicing. If you think your team is practicing extremely well and they’ve done it for a long time, then you’ll probably be less in the preseason games. If you think you need more scrimmaging, you’ll probably play more, so that’s how I’m going to look at it.” Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory “Continuity will take time. You can see that. That’s been the thing that I would say — especially with us being a new team together (that) made a lot of different trades right before the trade deadline, you can see we need to be in the gym.”In the weeks — and days — before the NBA suspended play, the Clippers added Morris via trade and signed Reggie Jackson and Joakim Noah as free agents. Morris played 12 games with the team; Jackson appeared in nine and Noah has yet to take the floor in a Clippers jersey.So after a four-month break because of the coronavirus, the Clippers are trying to making good use of their time together before they’re scheduled to tip off again in earnest against the Lakers on July 30 at Walt Disney World.The Clippers’ preparation also is set to include three scrimmages — what Rivers is calling a “preseason games” — starting July 22 against the Orlando Magic. The 21st-year head coach said he expects those to prove valuable in plotting a course for the playoffs.Related Articles Clippers’ Paul George: ‘If I make shots, this series could be a little different’ last_img read more