Howard Lake | 6 September 2004 | News Cascaid Group is offering a new international fundraising service for NGOS working in Asia after forging a three-way alliance with Bangalore-based fundraising specialists, Murray Culshaw Consulting, and organisational and programme development consultancy, Results Matter.Stewart Crocker, Development Director of international fundraising and communications agency Cascaid Group, said: “whether our clients are looking for advice on sustainable growth, or on fundraising from local, regional or international sources, through this integrated service they will be able to harness the complementary expertise of over 40 specialist consulting, training and research professionals.” Murray Culshaw, Director of Murray Culshaw Consulting, said: “we are excited about this opportunity to combine our extensive knowledge of the NGO sector and resource mobilisation in India with the hard-won international fundraising and organisational development experience of our associates”. Advertisement Abhijit Bhattacharjee, Director of Results Matter Consulting, said “Results Matter Consulting has a wealth of international experience, and by teaming up with Cascaid Group and MCC which have excellent track record of enabling NGOs to raise resources, we can provide better service to our clients in Asia on programme, organisational development and sustainability.”www.cascaid.com AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 28 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Giving/Philanthropy Individual giving The Good Agency Cascaid offers new fundraising service to NGOs working in Asia 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.
Advertisement Comment Timo Werner is on the verge of joining Chelsea (Getty Images)More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityChelsea had targeted Aubameyang in the January transfer window but Arsenal indicated that they had no plans to sell the striker before the end of the season.The striker’s current deal with Arsenal expires next year and the Gunners must now decide whether to cash in this summer or risk losing him on a free at the end of next season.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Chelsea’s move have pushed to sign Timo Werner despite Frank Lampard wanting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Getty Images)Chelsea’s board switched from targeting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to prioritising a move for RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner despite Frank Lampard pushing to sign the Arsenal striker, according to reports.Werner appeared to be on course to join Liverpool after he held extensive talks with Jurgen Klopp and made the Premier League leaders his first-choice destination.But reports in Germany this week claimed that Chelsea are now on the verge of completing a deal for the Germany international.Chelsea are prepared to activate Werner’s £54 million release clause and have offered the striker a deal worth £200,000 a week.ADVERTISEMENTHowever, Chelsea had also been targeting a move for Aubameyang in the January transfer window before changing their focus to Werner.AdvertisementAdvertisementAccording to The Athletic’s Ornstein & Chapman podcast, Frank Lampard and Petr Cech had been leading Chelsea’s interest and were pushing the club’s hierarchy to complete a deal. Chelsea switched to Timo Werner transfer instead of signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal Frank Lampard and Petr Cech were keen to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for Chelsea (Getty Images)However, Chelsea’s board refused to go ahead with a move for Aubameyang as they had concerns over his lack of re-sale value, with the striker due to turn 31 this month.Instead, Chelsea’s board wanted to sign a younger striker and Werner is the player who fits their profile more than Aubameyang.It’s also claimed that Werner was not at the very top of Lampard’s shortlist, however, reports suggest that the Chelsea manager has told the striker that he will be a key part of his plans. Metro Sport ReporterSunday 7 Jun 2020 1:49 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.2kShares Advertisement
Ivorian referee Abou Coulibaly has been appointed by the Confederation of African football(CAF) to handle the CAF U23 Championships qualifier between Ghana’s Black Meteors and Congo Brazzaville on May 23 at the Tamale Stadium.The 29-year-old referee will be assisted by other country men on the lines namely Mamadou Sherif Bogbe and Kouame Gabriel Kangaha.Coulibaly who officiated the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between Nigeria and DR Congo and will be handling his first game in the U-23 Championships qualifiers.Ghana take on Congo Brazzaville in the first leg qualifier of the first round for the CAF U23 Championships at the Tamale Sports Stadium on Saturday.
Facebook4Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County ChamberThe 2018 LTC Graduates are:Rodney AndersonHeidi AndradeJana AyresShawn BallKrystal BarkusPaulette BeadlingDaniel BernerBruce BrennaAlbert BrownCraig ClarkErin ConineBryon DahlMeagan DarrowMoira DavinRobb DunnJJ GeiseLynda GreenWendy HillPamela Holsinger-FuchsRoss JarvisSamantha JenkinsShirley JonesPaul KoleberBrock LeJeffery LippertNathan MageeTravis MathesonAlexis MillerNatalie SkovranChantelle Petrone MarkerHarry PickernellZach PowersTerri PratherKen RiceTim RudloffRudy RudolphLeslie ShahanRyan WarnerRebekah ZinnLeadership Thurston County (LTC) and the Thurston County Chamber Foundation are pleased to recognize members of the Class of 2018, the 24th graduating LTC class. Sponsored by The Wave Car Wash, the graduation program will be held June 13 during the monthly Thurston County Chamber Forum.During the 10-month program, LTC class members met with local, community, and statewide leaders; learned about issues surrounding South Sound communities; expanded networks and resources; and explored numerous opportunities to get involved. Topics ranged from business and economic development to environmental issues, education, and health and human services. Site visits included tours of local businesses, schools, public agencies, and non-profit organizations.MANY THANKS to Graduation Sponsor The Wave Car Wash, all the employers who sponsored participants, local leaders who contributed to the monthly sessions, LTC Sustaining Trustees and Board of Regents, and the Thurston County Chamber for all their outstanding support during the past LTC year!Are you an alumni of Leadership Thurston County? Join us after graduation for an all class reunion from 4-7pm at River’s Edge!Meet the newest alumni, reconnect with your class, and enjoy an evening of leadership connections. Complimentary appetizers provided, no-host bar.The Class of 2018 is the 24th graduating class of Leadership Thurston County and we look forward to celebrating with alumni from across the years.For further information, please call Alisha Blain, program coordinator, at 360-357-8515 or email [email protected] Thurston County is a program of the Thurston County Chamber Foundation and has been developing informed, skilled and committed community leaders since 1994. For information, please go to http://leadthurstoncounty.com/.Photo courtesy: Leadership Thurston County, features class of 2018.
This new space in the base was built by Whitewater Ski Resort in support of the local non-profit organizations the Whitewater Ski Team and Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundaries (A.A.B.B.S.).Next on the list of festivities is the premiere of the film “40 Years Young” produced by Nelson based Freeride Entertainment.The film will be showing at 8pm on Friday, December 18 at Mike’s Place Pub located at the Hume Hotel.“Whitewater is excited to share with the community the anniversary film created by the talented team at Freeride Entertainment,” said Rebeckah Hornung, Sales & Marketing Director at the resort.The video will be available on Whitewater’s YouTube Channel as of Saturday, December 19th.In hopes to inspire Whitewater guests near and far to share their Whitewater moment’s over the past 40 years, the resort will be launching a “Dear Whitewater” Instagram contest on Tuesday, December 15.This social media campaign is based after the Dear Photograph concept created by Taylor Jones. Running for a one month period until January 15, 2016 the winner of the event will receive A Day Behind the Lens with Kari Medig, the world renown Nelson based photographer, and a $250 gift certificate to spend at the resort.There are plenty more events happening in January 2016 such as the first Annual Community Day on Friday, January 8 and the 40th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, January 15.For more details visit www.skiwhitewater.com. Whitewater officially launched the 2015/16 winter season Friday with daily operations.Skiers received an early taste of the new year last weekend when the hill opened for two days on one of the deepest snowpacks in North America.The celebration truly began when the resort announced it was joining the Powder Alliance, which offers Whitewater passholders up to 39 free lift tickets at 13 other resorts throughout Western North America.Now that the season is about to get underway, there are a variety of additional exciting events and competitions scheduled to assist in the festivities.Starting this weekend there will be the grand opening of the Youth Mountain Education Centre (Y.M.E.C.) on Sunday, December 13 at noon.