Arsenal chooses Save the Children as its first global charity partner Arsenal Football Club has chosen Save the Children to be its first ever global charity partner. It will support the charity on a range of education projects in the UK and overseas.The partnership was officially introduced to club supporters at this weekend’s Emirates Cup. One of many children to benefit from Save the Children’s Families and Schools Together (FAST) programme was chosen to carry the match ball out onto the pitch ahead of the game between Arsenal and New York Red Bulls.Through the partnership Arsenal will support the FAST programme and the charity’s Eat, Sleep, Learn, Play! (ESLP) initiative.Arsenal will run fundraising activities such as the dedicated Matchday and ‘Be a Gunner. Be a Runner’ scheme, together with additional activities supporting community work in the UK and overseas. The Club will also continue to back Save the Children’s disaster relief work, having made donations to the Japan Appeal and more recently, the charity’s East Africa Appeal to support the millions of children facing starvation in the region.Justin Forsyth, Chief Executive of Save the Children said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be joining with Arsenal Football club on this exciting new partnership. With our combined local and global reach we can make a huge difference to children’s lives in the UK and overseas. Indeed, it seems that everywhere I travel children tell me they support Arsenal!”Arsenal’s Chief Executive, Ivan Gazidis said: “We have a tradition on and off the pitch of bringing the best out of young people and know the Arsenal badge can open the door to youngsters who may otherwise not be reached. By working with Save the Children we will provide more young people around the world with the skills and opportunities they need to be the best they can.”The club began partnering with charities in 2003 including ChildLine, The David Rocastle Trust, the Willow Foundation, TreeHouse, Teenage Cancer Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Centrepoint. Since 1992 the Arsenal Charitable Trust has donated over £2 million to hospitals, disability groups, and charities supporting young children and young people. The Arsenal in the Community programme has been running for over 25 years and has generated over 5.5 million hours of volunteering and involved 1 million individuals, across a variety of sporting, charitable, educational and social inclusion projects in London and overseas.www.savethechildren.org.uk/arsenal Tagged with: corporate football AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Howard Lake | 1 August 2011 | News 39 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 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.
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. She added: “I’m really looking forward to using my fundraising skills on a wide range of social issues- from human rights to culture to health. =mc also offers me the chance to expand my skillset and look at wider strategy and change issues.” Bernard Ross, Director at =mc, said: “We ran a Europe and USA wide search for this senior appointment. And Cathy was on every measure the outstanding candidate.” 34 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 Greenpeace UK’s Fundraising Director Cathy Anderson is to join management consultancy The Management Centre (=mc) in September as a senior consultant.Se joins the company to help it meet demand for consultancy support in Europe and the USA and increasingly from Egypt and Japan.Anderson has worked at Greenpeace UK for 12 years. She said that the chance to join The Management Centre “was too good to pass up”. Advertisement Cathy Anderson to join The Management Centre as senior consultant Howard Lake | 19 June 2013 | News
News Organisation RSF_en Help by sharing this information March 20, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Nabeel Rajab abducted from his home Nabeel Rajab, the head of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights, was abducted from his home by about 40 individuals who threatened him and beat him before finally releasing him several hours later. Rajab had been giving interviews to international news media about the government’s use of violence to disperse protests and indiscriminate killings by the armed forces (http://bahrainrights.hopto.org/en/node/3825).
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by Martha Ewence | [email protected] DETERMINED group of young people and volunteers from Moyross conquered one of Ireland’s most famous peaks recently, some for the fourth time, as they scaled Croagh Patrick.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The young people, who are members of Limerick Youth Service’s 4th Corner-Northside Youth Café, climbed the mountain to highlight exercise as a means of maintaining healthy mental wellbeing.‘Hillwalking is a great alternative to games such as soccer and has the added benefit of introducing young people from city estates to the great outdoors,’ said Kate O’Driscoll, Limerick Youth Service, who led the climbers.‘Our young people should be extremely proud of themselves as the climbed Croagh Patrick on what was a hot day with some challenging conditions,’ said Ms. Driscoll, Youth Worker, Northside Youth Café.Climbing Croagh Patrick is no mean feat a point alluded to by Ms. O’Driscoll as two members of the team did not reach the summit.‘It was their first time and they probably didn’t realise how challenging it was going to be,’ said Ms. O’Driscoll, adding with a suspicious smile ‘they looked quite relaxed sunning themselves when we met them on the way down!’For the majority of the group though it was their fourth time scaling Ireland’s fabled peak and according to legend once you climb the holy mountain three times you go straight to heaven!‘There’ll be no queuing at the pearly white gates or speaking to St. Peter, we’re going straight through,’ laughed Ms. O’Driscoll.Ms. O’Driscoll thanked the young people, junior leaders and volunteers for taking part in the climb saying ‘they are already planning our next big adventure!’Located at Watch House Cross Shopping Centre, the 4th Corner-Northside Youth Café is a place where young people can play pool, Xbox, take part in various programmes or simply hang out.Now in our 40th year, Limerick Youth Service remains committed to supporting and encouraging young people to be active participants in shaping their futures. Twitter TAGS4th Corner Northside Youth CafeCroagh PatrickfeaturedLimerick Youth ServiceMental Health Advertisement Linkedin Mental Health Charity Let’s Get Talking open new outreach in Midwest Email Print Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR No vaccines in Limerick yet Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Previous articleMurdered gangsters son seeks early release from prisonNext articlePulse beats for Pinhead Duffy Editor NewsNorthsiders conquer Croagh Patrick in the name of mental healthBy Editor – June 24, 2014 717 Limerick Post Show | Limerick Mental Health WhatsApp Limerick Youth Service Calling for Additional Investment in Youth Work Sector Green Ribbon Month aims to help end stigma and discrimination about mental health
aijohn784/iStock(GRAND ISLES, Fla.) — A man using Google Earth to have a look around his old property ended up spotting something unusual — sparking a chain of events that led to the remains of a person who disappeared two decades ago.As he scanned a pond behind the home, the man spotted a lump that appeared to be a vehicle and reached out to the property’s current resident, who then used a drone to scan the Grand Isles, Fla., property.That resident then contacted the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, which confirmed it was a vehicle, it said in a statement.The sheriff’s office removed the vehicle from the pond, which they say was “heavily calcified” and had been in the water “for a significant amount of time.”“Upon removing the vehicle skeleton remains were found inside,” the sheriff’s office said.On Tuesday, authorities identified the remains as that of William Moldt, who was reported missing on Nov. 8, 1997, after leaving a nightclub, authorities said. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK AT TROPICANA EVANSVILLE CASINO HOSTS BIG GAME PARTY(Indiana’s Big Game Party Headquarters Features Buffet, Great Prizes, & Live ESPN Broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 2 at 3 p.m. C.S.T.) In celebration of legalized sports betting in Indiana, fans and bettors are invited to come to place their bets on the biggest sporting event of the year. William Hill Sports Book at Tropicana Evansville Casino will host a Big Game Party Sunday, Feb. 2, starting at 3 p.m. C.S.T. in the Tropicana Evansville Executive Conference Center.Sunday, Feb. 2 1 to 3 p.m.: ESPN 97.7 FM/WREF Hosts Gene Whorl & Dan Egierski will broadcast their show, All About Sports, live from the William Hill Sports Book3 p.m. through the end of the game: The party, for sports fans 21 years of age and older, will include an all-you-can-eat buffet available throughout the game. Party guests will receive a commemorative Pro Football Championship T-shirt while supplies last and have the chance to win prizes, including an Elijah Craig Golf Bag, Coors Light Mini Refrigerator, Yuengling Grill, Patron Hammock Lounge Chair, Coors Light Prizes, and $100 Bets provided by William Hill Sports Book.One lucky guest will win the end-of-game Grand Prize, Indianapolis 500 Weekend Tickets for Two which include the Friday Carb Day Miller Lite VIP Party, General Admission to a Saturday Concert, Sunday VIP Passes to the Coors Light Snake Pit & VIP Passes to the Miller Lite Party Deck.Tickets to the Tropicana Evansville Big Game Party are $20 each at the door.The Tropicana Evansville Hotel is offering fans a special $100 Overnight Hotel Rate Sunday, Feb. 2, which includes two Big Game Party tickets, when they reference offer code: BIG GAME.Within the William Hill Sports Book, seating is complimentary and first come, first served. Sports fans will be able to enjoy the new menu including beef chili, hotdogs, pizza and more!William Hill will be offering more than 800 ways to bet the Big Game, including prop bets such as:Will there be overtime?Will there be a safety?Who will be the Most Valuable Player?Result of Opening Coin Toss – heads or tails?The Sports Book also will be offering a $100,000 Parlay Card where bettors have the chance to win up to $100,000 by correctly choosing all 15 winners of 15 Big Game Props on the card. The parlay card is $5 to play, and sports fans may play multiple cards for the chance to win.WHAT: William Hill Sports Book at Tropicana Evansville Casino Hosts Big Game PartyWHERE: William Hill Sports Book at Tropicana Evansville Casino ON 421 NW Riverside Drive Evansville, IN 47708WEB https://www.tropevansville.com/event/casino-tournament/hey-sports-fans FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Pinterest Pinterest (Photo supplied/State of Indiana) Governor Holcomb is trying to defuse a disagreement over school funding for schools which don’t resume in-person classes.Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray (R-Martinsville) last week warned schools that a fully online semester would classify them under the law as virtual schools, which receive 15-percent less money per pupil. Holcomb says he’ll join Bray and House Speaker Todd Huston (R-Fishers) in asking the State Board of Education to delay the enrollment count date which determines that money, from September to December.While the law on the enrollment count predates the pandemic, it includes a provision allowing the board to delay the count if a school is facing “extreme patterns of illness or other unusual conditions.”Holcomb says by December, it’s possible schools now online could be back in the classroom. If they’re not, Holcomb says the delay means legislators will be able to address the issue soon afterward when they begin their session in January.Holcomb says the delay should give schools enough certainty to make decisions in the best interests of their students without worrying about their funding. He says it’s preferable for students to be in the classroom, but if that’s not safe, parents need to be confident there’s a safe alternative.Holcomb says he’s committed to ensuring schools receive the full funding they were expecting. But a statement from Bray, released by Holcomb’s office, says only that legislators “can take a fresh look at these statutes in light of the pandemic to ensure schools are adequately funded.”Republican state school superintendent Jennifer McCormick says the delay is only that — a delay. She says schools deserve a full solution to the funding dilemma, and says her staff is still studying potential consequences of the delay. And Gary Senator Eddie Melton (D-Gary), a former State Board of Education member, slams the compromise as “political trickery.” He accuses Holcomb of kicking the can past the November election, with no guarantee schools will keep their full funding when the count is finally taken.At least 35 school districts are starting the year online with no firm date for resuming in-class instruction.in hopes things will be back to normal.Schools who start the year online should still get their full funding — at least for now:Governor Holcomb says he’ll ask the State Board of Education to push back the official school enrollment count which determines school funding to December. That keeps schools fully funded until then:State law gives virtual schools 15-percent less per student, and Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray warned last week that applies to any school which spends half the year online. Holcomb says there’ll be a clearer picture of the pandemic by December, and legislators will be back in session the following month if the law needs to be changed. Google+ WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Facebook Previous articleThe Sandlot featured during next Movie Night at Four Winds FieldNext articleSt. Joseph, MI residents asked to weigh in on proposed BLM mural Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. By Jon Zimney – August 13, 2020 1 216 Twitter Google+ Holcomb: Schools starting with online only should get full funding for now
Gov’t Mule already has a busy 2016 plotted out, as the group has upcoming tour dates with both Blackberry Smoke and ZZ Top on the horizon. They’ll add some more to the mix, as the band has just added a five-night stretch in the Northeast on Halloween weekend.Halloween poses an interesting dilemma for bands, as the holiday falls on a Monday in 2016. We’ve seen some artists opt to play the weekend before, and others, like Phish, decide to go all out for what is sure to be an intriguing Monday night performance in Las Vegas. Interestingly, the newly-announced Mule run stretches from October 28-30, sklps October 31st, but includes shows on November 1st and November 5th.The tour dates include stops in New Haven, Albany, Montreal, Toronto, and Rochester, bringing their rock and roll vibes to some fun venues in the process. Tickets will be available next Tuesday, August 9th for fan club members, and the following August 12th as a general on sale. Check out the tour dates below!