4 charities that recognise their best volunteer fundraisers and supporters with awards Tagged with: Awards Volunteering Some charities are now saying a public thank you to their best volunteer fundraisers, donors or corporate supporters with award ceremonies.Here are some we spotted recently.1. Stroke AssociationEach year the Stroke Association presents awards to several individuals and organisations that achieve remarkable fundraising results as part of their Life After Stroke Awards. Corporate Supporter Award[youtube height=”450″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nuXJidxwvM[/youtube]The Stroke Association has announced Royal Mail as the winner of its Corporate Supporter award. The company aims to raise £2 million for the charity over two years as part of its Charity of the Year partnership.Since the launch of the partnership in September 2014, Royal Mail has hosted over 100 Know Your Blood Pressure events for staff across the country, educating them on stroke risk and prevention. It even created a bespoke postmark, which has the potential to reach 29.5 million homes a day, highlighting the work of the Stroke Association. Advertisement Villagers from Kinvara banded together to raise money for Galway Lifeboat Station, and they have raised more than €100,000 so far. The team won the Group Award. 3. RNLIThe RNLI hosted its Annual Presentation Awards in May this year. At this event presentations are made of National Supporter Awards which acknowledge the outstanding support of individuals, groups and organisations who contribute to the work of the RNLI.RNLI Supporter Award[youtube height=”450″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAW64DG_rg8[/youtube]Victoria Milligan received an award for her fundraising in memory of her husband Nick and daughter Emily who were killed in a speedboat accident in the Padstow Estuary in May 2013. She set up an event called The Milligan Bike Ride, which has raised nearly £500,000 for the RNLI and Child Bereavement UK.She said:“Unless you have been in a trauma situation, you don’t know how invaluable these rescue services are, every minute is vital. The money raised is going to train lifeboat crew in every station in Cornwall.” RNLI Branch Award[youtube height=”450″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED6G8x4tQ7c[/youtube] Fundraiser of the Year AwardAnnabel Jones is fundraiser of the year. Having experienced a stroke she has persuaded colleagues at Barclay’s to take part in a half marathon and many other fundraising events.[youtube height=”450″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24DkfCO2FCk[/youtube] 176 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 2. Cancer Research UKFor 13 years Cancer Research UK has been recognising its exceptional volunteers and fundraisers with its Flame of Hope Awards. Over 600 awards have been made.* This year’s winners include Kay MacKay, chair of Cancer Research UK’s Isle of Lewis Local Committee. A volunteer with the group since 1980, under her leadership the group last year raised £60,000, taking its total since it was founded in 1975 to £750,000. Kay was given an Honorary Fellowship.* The volunteer team behind Peterhead’s Relay for Life won an award for community fundraising. In 2014 the Peterhead Relay for Life became the first to raise over £1,000,000 for Cancer Research UK.You can read the list of this year’s winners (PDF).Nominations for the 2016 awards will close in February 2016. The RNLI Branch Award went to the members of the Lytham St Annes branch who have increased their annual income from £18,000 to £71,000.RNLI Group Award[youtube height=”450″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rome0y6k3y8[/youtube] 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. 4. British Red CrossThe British Red Cross recognises the work of young volunteers with its Humanitarian Citizen Awards. Jonjo Heurman was the overall winner in 2013.https://vimeo.com/89901390Nominations for the 2015 awards close on 2 August 205. The young people don’t have to be benefting the Red Cross: they could be fundraising, campaigning or helping make a difference to people anywhere in the UK. * Does your charity make awards for outstanding volunteer fundraisers? Let us know in the comments below. 175 total views, 1 views today Howard Lake | 26 June 2015 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4
News Updates’If A Policeman Is Attacked, The Society Is Not Safe’: Madras HC Bats For Enactment Of New Goonda Act; Seeks State’s Response [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK24 Aug 2020 11:48 PMShare This – x”If a policeman is attacked, the Society is not safe. The Police has got powers to use mild force for the maintenance of law and order. However, what is happening in the society is that people gather in group to overpower the Police, abuse and attack him while doing his statutory duty. Many cases of attacks on Police are reported in the newspapers and shown in the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login”If a policeman is attacked, the Society is not safe. The Police has got powers to use mild force for the maintenance of law and order. However, what is happening in the society is that people gather in group to overpower the Police, abuse and attack him while doing his statutory duty. Many cases of attacks on Police are reported in the newspapers and shown in the visual media.”The Madras High Court on Monday directed the State Government to file a “proper reply” to the queries raised by the Court with regard to prevalence of Goonda Raj in the state. The Division Bench comprising Justice N. Kirubakaran and Justice VM Velumani particularly sought to know from the Government why it had not come out with a new Act to eliminate ‘rowdy gangs’, in suit with the Governments of Maharashtra and Karnataka. The Court insisted that rowdy gangs are active in Tamil Nadu for more than 25 years and thus the State cannot claim there is no necessity for an enactment like Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act, 1999. It noted that a high number of cases are registered in Tamil Nadu by the National Investigation Agency and more number of terror activities are carried out in the State. The State topped in the number of ISI sympathizers arrested from across the country and the illegal activities carried out by anti-social elements. It further noted that in Tamil Nadu, Goondas have got proximity with Police, political leaders and communal leaders. In fact, almost all the political parties have them as office bearers and a few of the MLAs and MPs are with criminal background. Thus batting for enactment of a new Act like Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act, 1999 and The Karnataka Control of Organised Crimes Act, 2000 in Tamil Nadu the Court said, “If such an Act is brought into force it will give more power to the Police to deal with gangsters and antisocial elements effectively in the interest of the society.” The above remarks were made during hearing of a habeas corpus petition seeking release of a ‘rowdy’ accused of murder of a policeman, constable P. Subramanian, by throwing a bomb at him during police chase. In its strongly worded order, the Division Bench criticized the local political leaders/ parties and Human rights activists and organizations, for remaining tight-lipped on the of “brutal murder” of the constable. “Human rights activists and organizations who used to make hue and cry and condemn police action against criminals as violation of human rights, are keeping quiet. Probably, in their perspective, the policemen are not human beings and there is no violation of rights if police suffer or die at the hands of criminals. It is very disheartening to note that the representatives of people, ie., persons who claim to be political leaders, have neither condemned the said incident nor offered condolence for the death of the young policeman to the bereaved family,” the Court observed. The Court proceeded to contemplate the reason behind such “guarded silence” and wondered if the same is due to their “political strategy based on communal considerations in the interest of their political fortunes.” The Court noted that when the 2 years old Sujith Wilson fell into a borewell dug by his own father last year and ultimately died, all the political parties lined up and paid lakhs of rupees to the father of the child. However, the same yardstick is not applied by the political leaders in the present case. “This kind of attitude of political parties including ruling party would demoralize the police force and they will not have any confidence to discharge their duties without fear and they should also have confidence that their family will be looked after not only by the Government but also by the political parties and the representatives of the people, in case, any unfortunate eventuality happens to them,” it said. Upset by the demise of a young policeman, “who laid down his precious life for the sake of the society leaving behind his young wife who is two months pregnant and a 10 month old child in lurch”, the Court remarked, “If a policeman is attacked, the Society is not safe.” The Court strongly deprecated the practice of gathering of crowds that attempt to “overpower” the Police and abuse and attack them during discharge of their statutory duty. Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story
Mar 13, 2009Flu called widespread in 35 statesThirty-five US states reported widespread influenza activity in the first week of March, four more than a week earlier, and four of nine regions had an increase in medical visits for flu-like illnesses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today. However, the agency said the overall level of flu activity was about the same as in the previous week. Influenza A/H1N1 viruses continued to predominate, although the proportion of influenza B viruses increased. Most H1N1 viruses tested continued to show resistance to oseltamivir (Tamiflu) but remained sensitive to other flu drugs. The CDC said five more flu-related deaths of children were reported, in Illinois, New York, Texas, and Utah, bringing the season total to 26. The percentage of all deaths attributed to pneumonia and flu remained below the epidemic threshold.[Mar 13 CDC flu update]HHS offers pandemic guidance for cleaning transit vehiclesThe US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released seven guidance documents on cleaning of transportation vehicles and facilities during an influenza pandemic. The recommendations cover trucks, aircraft, passenger and cargo ships, transit stations, passenger rail cars, port-of-entry detention facilities, and ambulances. The aircraft guidance, for example, spells out which parts of the airplane should be cleaned and disinfected after a passenger has arrived in the United States with a potential case of pandemic flu.[HHS guidance]CDC warns travelers of meningitis outbreak in IndiaThe northeastern Indian states of Tripura, Meghalaya, and Mizoram are dealing with a bacterial meningitis outbreak, making vaccination important for travelers planning to visit the areas, the CDC said this week. The three states have had 230 deaths and 2,000 possible cases of meningitis recently, the CDC said on Mar 10. The states are in the part of India bordered by Bangladesh on the west and Myanmar on the east. Travelers bound for the region should receive a meningococcal vaccine at least 10 days before departure, if possible, the agency said.Salmonella outbreak linked to sprouts approaches 100 casesA five-state Salmonella Saintpaul outbreak that surfaced in Nebraska and is believed to be related to sprouts is approaching 100 cases, recent news reports and health department statements indicate. An Associated Press (AP) report published yesterday cited 45 cases in Nebraska, 21 in Iowa, and at least 5 each in Kansas and South Dakota. The South Dakota Department of Health [SDDH] yesterday reported 24 probable cases in addition to 5 confirmed ones reported earlier. Cases in Missouri have also been mentioned, but the number is unclear. An epidemiologic investigation has linked the outbreak to sprouts, but tests have not yet confirmed them as the source. SunSprout Enterprises of Omaha has recalled three kinds of sprouts as a precaution.[Mar 12 SDDH statement]
MILLHOUSEN, Ind. — Tuesday afternoon, around 3:45 PM, the Marion Township Volunteer Fire Department was called to the 8000 block of County Road 180 E.When firefighters arrived on scene, they found a barn fully engulfed in flames.Farm owner Robert Klene, lost the barn, a tractor, and a pickup truck that were both in the barn.Fire officials are saying the cause of the fire is from the tractor idling in the barn.Marion Township Fire Chief, Andy Witkemper, said the original call was regarding a tractor fire.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Tractor-Fire.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
By The Nelson Daily Sports Linden Horswill made his return to the NDCC Arena a memorable one as the Okanagan Hockey Association recruit scored his first goal as a junior sparking the Nelson Leafs to a 5-2 victory over the Grand Forks Border Bruins (see more coverage on Sports Page) Saturday night. The 16-year-old native of Nelson, called up to play with the Leafs after the team was hit with a rash of injuries, scored the opening goal of the contest before adding an assist on the final marker.Gavin Currie also had a pair of goals to lead Nelson.The Leafs opened the weekend with a 7-4 loss to Beaver Valley Friday in Fruitvale.Nelson, 11-11 on the season, built up a 4-0 lead after 40 minutes before the Bruins woke up.“I don’t think it was any more difficult that we thought,” said Leaf coach Chris Shaw. “ Grand Forks has put a pretty good team together now. They’ve acquired some pretty good players from Revelstoke and we knew they’re going to be pretty tough to play against.”Marcus Dahl and Dallon Stoddart also scored for Nelson.Darren Hogg appeared to be heading for his second shutout of the season before the Bruins scored two quick goals in the third to make it a game.Joey Cormano and Artsiom Kalashnikov replied for the Bruins.Nelson out shot Grand Forks 27-20.In Fruitvale, Dallas Calvin scored a natural hat trick to spark the Hawks to a 3-0 lead five minutes into the second period.Colton Malmsten cut the margin to 3-1 with a goal three minutes later.But Ryan Baines and Ryan Edwards scored power play markers to increase the Beaver Valley lead to 5-1.Riley Henderson scored on a Nelson power play to give the visitors some momentum entering the third.The Leafs struck for two goals three minutes into the final frame as Patrick Martens and Colton Schell, on the power play, cut the lead to 5-4.However, Justin Niminiken scored a power play goal to diffuse the Leafs.Nelson Minor Hockey grad Ryon Sookro added an empty net marker to round out the scoring.Beaver Valley finished three-for-five on the power play while Nelson was two for six.Mike Vlanich out dueled Marcus Beesley in the nets to register the win for Beaver Valley. Shots were even at 38-38.The win was the third in three games for the Hawks over Murdoch Division rival Nelson.LEAF NOTES: Nelson’s GM Chris Shaw announced following the game that Nelson acquired Joel Stewart in a trade from the Spokane Braves. In 16 games this season the 6’1”, 190-pound winger had eight goals for 16 points. . . . Nelson was missing leading goal scorer Connor McLaughlin, called up for a northern road trip with Trail of the B.C. Hockey League. McLaughlin scored twice in the third period to spark a four-goal explosion as Trail dumped Prince George 5-3 Friday. Trail, 17-7-0-1, leads the Interior Division by five points over Salmon Arm. McLaughlin, named the game’s second star, finished with three points. He did not play in Trail’s 2-1 loss to Quesnel [email protected]
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Darjeeling: The transporters’ associations of Darjeeling have given a clarion call to all drivers to discard the coupon system of the police and not to collect passes to Tiger Hill from Wednesday. They have also threatened to launch an agitation if the system is not rolled back by Saturday.Incidentally, the Darjeeling police have implemented a number of changes to the traffic system from September 1 to ease the traffic problem that the town faces, especially during tourist season. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”We request all drivers not to collect coupons to Tiger Hill from Wednesday as we do not support this system. The system has to be rolled back in the next two days. The administration and police have assured us that this was a trial and that a review meeting would be called soon. If the review meeting is not called then on Saturday we will hold a meeting with the stakeholders and announce our agitation programmes. We could even drive up to Tiger Hill without coupons and if they turn us back we might leave our vehicles there and return,” threatened S N Pradhan, president, Himalayan Transport Coordination Committee. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThe Darjeeling police have capped the number of vehicles to the world famous sunrise point Tiger Hill at 300 from September 1. Coupons are issued the previous day from the traffic police office in Darjeeling town to visit Tiger Hill. A drop gate has been put up at Jorebungalow on the access road to Tiger Hill, where police conduct checks. Vehicles without valid coupons are not allowed to Tiger Hill. Recently, a team representing the travel and tourism industries of this region met state Tourism minister Gautam Deb in Siliguri and handed him a memorandum appealing for a rollback. The minister had subsequently assured them of a review meeting. “We had even given a memorandum to the Superintendent of Police. The whole of Darjeeling depends on tourism directly or indirectly. This system is just causing glitches and is not practical. It has to be rolled back immediately,” said Pradeep Lama, spokesperson of the West Bengal Tourism Forum. The travel trade industry representatives claim that with the Forest department allotting space for car parking at Tiger Hill, around 1,000 vehicles can fit without causing a traffic snarl. The police have called for a meeting with the stakeholders on Saturday at 11:30 am in the conference hall of the Police Lines, Dali. “Our system will stay in place. We will not allow any vehicles without valid passes,” stated Dorjee Sherpa, Traffic OC.
Mumbai: Breaking its four-day rising streak, the Sensex dropped about 180 points Wednesday on profit booking and forecast of below-normal monsoon this year. Despite a strong rally in global equities, Indian market failed to sustain at lifetime highs led by losses in oil and gas, telecom, metal and healthcare stocks. After swinging nearly 450 points, the 30-share Sensex settled 179.53 points, or 0.46 per cent lower at 38,877.12. The broader NSE Nifty too pared early gains and ended 69.25 points, or 0.59 per cent, down at 11,643.95. Benchmark indices gave up all the early gains and ended in red after Skymet predicted below normal monsoon for this year, said Sunil Sharma, Chief Investment Officer, Sanctum Wealth Management. “This news comes just a day before RBI is expected to cut rates by 25 bps and adopt a pro-growth stance. However, expectation of poor rainfall and already slow economic growth alongside subdued inflation may pressurise RBI to go for a higher rate cut, thus surprising the street positively,” Sharma added. The RBI’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is holding a three-day meeting between April 2 – 4 for the first policy statement for 2019-20. SBI was the biggest loser in the Sensex pack, shedding 2.40 per cent, followed by Yes Bank, Bharti Airtel, L&T, Sun Pharma, M&M, ICICI Bank, ONGC, RIL, Asian Paints, Vedanta and HUL, which lost up to 2.37 per cent. On the other hand, Maruti, HCL Tech, HDFC, Tata Steel, PowerGrid, Hero MotoCorp and TCS ended with gains of up to 2.78 per cent. Sectorally, the BSE oil and gas, telecom, capital goods, energy and healthcare indices fell up to 2.06 per cent. Broader indices too ended in the red, with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap slipping up to 0.87 per cent. Meanwhile, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) remained net buyers in the capital markets, putting in Rs 543.36 crore Tuesday, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) sold equities to the tune of Rs 437.70 crore, provisional data available with stock exchanges showed.
New Delhi: Concern over the suicides of their staff, a department of Delhi Police has written to all districts and units asking them to submit the list of the police personnel who needs medical care and special attention.The city police said that they have taken different measures for the welfare of their staff. Police sources told Millennium Post that a letter was written from the office of the Special Commissioner of Police Welfare and Estate Oversight to all the districts, units including Principal PTC with the subject regarding psychological disorders of police personnel in Delhi Police. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehicles”It has been noticed that a considerable number of police personnel posted in different districts and units of Delhi Police are facing psychological disorders which restrict them from active police duties as well as developing the tendency of committing suicide,” sources said quoting the letter. Recently two cases of suicides of police personnel have come to notice in which they had been facing some psychological problems. They further added that it is directed that a list of police personnel posted under your control having psychological disorders, who need medical care and special attention, be provided to this office within a week. This has the approval of Special CP/Welfare and Estate Oversight. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarThe data accessed by Millennium Post revealed that in the year 2017 more than 10 suicides were reported whereas last year as many nine police personnel took the extreme step. According to police, they took various initiatives including yoga to ease out the stress of the police personnel. A press statement of city police said that at the grass root level, yoga for the personnel shall not only improve productivity but also keep them mentally and physically fit. In the year 2018, yoga cell of Delhi Police conducted 122 camps in which 2,155 personnel participated. Another major initiative is Sampark Sabha, where senior police officers interact with the different ranks to gather information on field-oriented issues being faced by the lower functionary. By holding Sampark Sabha the grievances of police personnel can be addressed and further action can be initiated. “We also conduct health awareness camps for the police personnel,” police said. In a bid to motivate police personnel, the city police always reward cops for their bravery.