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Fourth Virtual Promise survey can now be completed online

first_imgwhat facilities/functions are on your Web site?wow do you measure usage of your Web site? which domain name variants have you registered for each of your domains?how are you marketing your Web site?what budget has your charity provided for your Web site?do you use a content management system?are you using mobile telephony and SMS as a communications tool?  18 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital Research / statistics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Virtual Promise 2003, the fourth annual survey of how charities are using the Internet, can now be completed appropriately enough using an online survey.The questionnaire, individual responses to which are kept confidential, will help provide valuable benchmarking data for charities using the Internet. Run by research organisation nfpSynergy, the survey is seeking input from as wide a range of charities as possible.It covers areas such as Advertisement Everyone completing the survey and entering their e-mail address will receive a free summary of the results.Virtual Promise is one of the very few surveys of how UK charities are using the Internet, and it must surely be the only one that has data covering more than a year. As such it is important that it generates a good response rate, so UK Fundraising encourages you to fill in the online questionnaire.We shall of course report on the survey’s final results. Fourth Virtual Promise survey can now be completed online Howard Lake | 15 January 2004 | 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.last_img read more

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Ready, Set, RUN! for Barnardos in the 2020 Virtual Cook Medical…

first_imgLimerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Running and exercise is proven to be good for your mental healthBARNARDOS Children’s Charity is calling on Limerick supporters to don their running shoes and help raise funds for Barnardos in the 2020 Virtual Cook Medical Limerick Women’s Mini Marathon taking place on September 26 and 27.Now in its 22nd year, Cook Medical Limerick Women’s Mini Marathon is firmly established as the premier women’s running event in Limerick and the Midwest. Sign up and raise funds for Barnardos today!Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Barnardos was delighted to be nominated as a chosen charity in 2020 and all funds raised will go directly to the charity’s Early Years and Family Support Services in Limerick.Aoife Brown,Barnardos Project Leader Limericksaid: “It’s fantastic to be nominated as a chosen charity for the Virtual 2020 Cook Medical Limerick Mini Marathon. The event always created a really wonderful atmosphere in the city over the years.While it’s a pity it’s had to go virtual because of Covid19, we have no doubt that the sense of fun and community will remain in 2020. The funds raised on behalf of Barnardos will go a long way towards supporting the vulnerable children and families we work with, many of whom have endured far too much during the pandemic.Whether you’re running, walking or jogging on September 26 & 27 we hope you will consider doing so in aid of Barnardos!”Barnardos works with 618 children and families in communities throughout Limerick City and County, providing support when it’s needed most. Please lend your support and run in aid of Barnardos. bit.ly/LimerickMM Advertisement Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter LimerickNewsReady, Set, RUN! for Barnardos in the 2020 Virtual Cook Medical Limerick Women’s Mini MarathonBy Meghann Scully – September 15, 2020 118 TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Previous articleWedding numbers to double in new Living With Covid planNext articleLimerick Chamber lays bare COVID-19 impact on business in region across key sectors Meghann Scully center_img Print Linkedin WhatsApp Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Email Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

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Hempstead Man Shot Dead

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 24-year-old man was shot and killed in his hometown of Hempstead over the weekend, according to Nassau County police, who are now searching for the killer.Officers responded to a call of a disturbance involving a group of people on Linden Place and upon arrival they found Blair Kearse suffering from gunshot wounds shortly before 5 a.m. Sunday, police said.Kearse was taken to Nassau University Medical Center, where he later died.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information regarding this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.  All callers will remain anonymous.last_img read more

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Villa, Former Nigeria Barca Academy Coordinator Moved to USA

first_imgBernat Villa, pioneer technical director, Barca Academy Nigeria, has been appointed the coordinating technical director for the whole of United States of America . This elevation by the global body – FC Bercelona, is informed by his ability and passionate drive to see to the birth of the amazing projects conceptualised by the promoters and visioners of the Academy in Nigeria, acclaimed to be elitist and the best in Nigeria and first in sub-Saharan Africa, led by Leslie Oghomienor , chairman , Blaugrana Group International , the facilitators of the project in Nigeria, launched barely three years ago in Lagos, in a global cultural fiesta like well attended opening ceremony, with highly placed executive presence.Though seen as elitist, the Academy, which started at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere  Lagos, now has two additional facilities in Children International School, Lekki and Corona School, Gbagda, the Elite 96 Scholarship Project initiated in the in first year for exceptional and gifted children irrespective of their background, is the Academy ‘s way to give back. She has gone on several foreign trips and with a population of over  150 students and has won many trophies of which neither the Americans nor the Europeans have won. The Barca Academy Nigeria successes have become a role model and a spur for other Academies worldwide.In a chat with the media, recently, after a send forth dinner for a select few, in his honour in Lagos, the overwhelmed and joyous Villa, told the media that without the visionary direction and sound uncommon passion and endurable ideas of the team leader Leslie Oghomienor, the technical team which he led would not have achieved much. He further explained that Nigeria is his second home and he would always look forward to seeing his children – the amiable pioneer students of the Academy, whose parents, were  bold enough, to take the first step of faith, trusting in the drivers of the project’s confidence to deliver.‘I have travelled far and wide, training young and very young people, but have discovered that the Nigerian child is exceptional in energy, skills and talent, and proper honing is all he needs to live his dream and make Nigeria tall very tall in the spheres concern,’ he stated.He added that, ‘“Nigeria is a very beautiful country. Very well blessed rich diverse resources if articulately harness would make truly the giant she is in the community of the highly recognise super nation in the global arena. ‘In his response, Oghomienor was delighted that in such a short period the Academy has made tremendous impact both locally and internationally because of the technical team led by Bernat Villa, passionate total commitment to the cause, and his uncommon humane love for children who are missing him already .‘His success here is what informed his elevation. In this we are very proud. This is a clear indicator that we have walked a few good miles away from our point we took off three years ago. We are very grateful to alł our stakeholders,’ he stressed.It was also revealed that Academy’s new season barely a few weeks ago in all the three facilities in Lagos.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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After More Than 1,090 Days, Shelter’s Longtime Resident Finds a Home

first_imgA black-and-white terrier mix with a shiny coat, Jules knows commands like “sit” and “paw.” She loves to go for walks or runs on her leash and wears a bright pink collar. She loves belly rubs and has a contagious smile. She sometimes barks out of excitement but is very friendly. The pup had been involved in theShare-A-Pet program at the facility,which allows donors to take her onwalks, feed her treats and give herattention. These social interactionsopened her up and readied her foradoption, the shelter states. According to the shelter there is a $165 fee to adopt large, mixed-breed dogs which includes spaying/ neutering, updated vaccinations and microchips. A $350 fee is imposed when adopting puppies and might require adopters to sign up for puppy training classes. The fee for adopting felines is $75 for kittens and $50 for adult cats, which also includes spaying/neutering, updated vaccinations and microchips. “There’s too many animals whodon’t have homes or families tolive with,” said Delfino Salazar,a shelter employee since 2010.“These dogs need family, love.” TINTON FALLS – Things werelooking a bit dismal for a 6-year-oldterrier mix named Shanice. Nov. 2marked her third year in a TintonFalls-based animal shelter andshe was about to spend her fourthChristmas inside those walls. Thatis, until last week. Shanice was the longest resident of the Associated Humane Societies of New Jersey’s Tinton Falls facility. Representatives started campaigning for her adoption as her 1,090th day in the shelter approached, came and went. But a media blitz brought Shanice to the attention of employees of the Jackson-based nonprofit Pitties and Pals Rescue, who decided to change her luck, promoting her cause until finding her “forever family.” A 6-year old terrier mix, has been adopted after spending over three years in the Associated Humane Societies shelter in Tinton Falls. Representatives campaigned for her adoption before the holiday season.Photo by Allison Perrine Papa thought Jules probably spent so long in the Tinton Falls shelter because she was not great with other dogs. “But that can always change. This is a stressful environment, so sometimes it’s hard to tell exactly what they’re going to be like in a home. But we obviously have to be cautious.” The adoption process at The Associated Humane Societies of New Jersey’s Tinton Falls facility requires that interested parties have a copy of a valid driver’s license or state-issued identification available. Homeowners must prove ownership of their home with a tax bill, deed, or the like. Home renters must provide a lease specifically stating that animals are allowed. If it does not say it, a notarized letter must be provided from the landlord. Any adopters who already have dogs must bring them in for a meet-and-greet with the dog looking to be adopted. To learn more, contact the shelter, located at 2960 Shafto Road. Many other dogs are up for adoption as well as cats, chickens, bunnies, pigs and roosters. “We can get anything on a given day,” said Papa. For more information about Associated Humane Societies, visit ahscares.org. According to Humane Societies representative Lindsay Papa, it’s a bit unusual for animals to stay at the Tinton Falls facility for verylong. The average large dog or pitbull is adopted within six monthsto a year, and the average smalldog, puppy or purebred is adoptedwithin two weeks to two months.Dogs have been held in the shelterfor at most two years before this.“It is hard to say. It really is caseby case,” said Papa. “But our smalldogs, puppies and pure breeds gomuch, much faster.” Shanice, now known as Jules and living the home-sweet-home life in Princeton, was originally a stray from Sayreville that came to the shelter Nov. 2, 2016. Multiple employees described her as a nice, easy and happy dog. She loves to play with toys and has a particular fondness for tennis balls, often jumping into toy boxes to find them for herself. Salazar said campaigns foradoption will be made for otheranimals going forward, but not forall. Special attention will be madeto animals that have been abused,have special needs or have been atthe shelter for a long time.last_img read more

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