Charity supporters invited to nominate good causes for Lloyds Bank’s Community Fund Tagged with: Community fundraising corporate Funding Howard Lake | 3 April 2014 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Members of the public can now nominate their favourite local group and charity for a Lloyds Bank Community Fund 2014 award.Until now, only Lloyds Bank staff have been able to put forward nominations for groups to receive an award. Now, anyone can.The Lloyds Bank Community Fund helps local people across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to have a positive impact at the hearts of their communities by giving grants to local good causes. Around 1,400 community groups in around 350 communities will be shortlisted for the public vote due to take place later this year. The shortlisted community groups will be in with a chance of receiving a £3,000, £2,000, £1,000 or £500 Community Fund award.Wheels for WellbeingWheels for Wellbeing was one of last year’s beneficiary organisations. Isabelle Clement, Director, Wheels for Wellbeing, joined Lloyds Bank staff at the Streatham London branch to thank them and the public for voting for them to receive £3,000. She encouraged other people to nominate their favourite local charity.Shani Ennis and Isabelle Clement from Wheels for Wellbeing launch the Lloyds Bank Community Fund 2014 alongside bank colleagues from their local Lloyds Bank branch in Streatham.She said:“As a small, local charity finding funding can be difficult and time-consuming. With the Lloyds Bank Community Fund it was really easy as it was just a case of being nominated and then encouraging people to vote for us. We are spending our award on enabling disabled children to cycle. Using our trikes, handbikes, quads and tandems they are discovering cycling, developing their skills and improving their health and wellbeing.“We’d encourage anyone who knows of, or is involved with, a local good cause to champion them and nominate them for the Community Fund 2014.” Advertisement Nominate onlineNominations for the Community Fund 2014 can be made online until 30 April 2014.Nominated community groups are then invited to accept their nomination and apply online to the Community Fund. Applications will remain open until 9 May 2014.Lloyds Bank staff will then assess and shortlist confirmed applications into four groups per community. These shortlisted groups will then be made available for the public vote in September 2014. 215 total views, 7 views today 216 total views, 8 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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.
IraqFranceSwitzerlandMiddle East – North Africa Europe – Central Asia Protecting journalists Armed conflictsViolenceDisappearances June 9, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts News WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists RSF_en June 25, 2017 – Updated on June 29, 2017 Iraq: Swiss reporter dies from Mosul injuries – “too many headstones” RSF joins Middle East and North Africa coalition to combat digital surveillance Help by sharing this information Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 Swiss journalist Véronique Robert in 2007/ Karim Sahib AFP June 8, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Middle East – North Africa News News IraqFranceSwitzerlandMiddle East – North Africa Europe – Central Asia Protecting journalists Armed conflictsViolenceDisappearances Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is deeply saddened to learn that Swiss journalist Véronique Robert died yesterday in Paris from injuries received when an explosive device went off in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on 19 June. She was the third journalist to die from injuries sustained in the same explosion, following French reporter Stéphan Villeneuve and their Iraqi Kurdish fixer Bakhtiar Haddad. All three were on assignment in Mosul for the France 2 TV channel’s current affairs programme Envoyé Spécial. Samuel Forey, a French freelance journalist who was with them, was slightly injured by the same explosion. “There are too many headstones in the cemetery of international reporters killed in the field, including Patrick Bourrat in Kuwait, Jean Hélène in Côte d’Ivoire, Lucas Dolega in Tunisia, Gilles Jacquier, Rémi Ochlik and Olivier Voisin in Syria, Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon in Mali, Camille Lepage in Central African Republic and Bakhtiyar Haddad, Stéphan Villeneuve and Véronique Robert in Iraq, to mention only the most recent,” RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “The community of international reporters hadn’t finished patching its wounds before its blood flowed again. Véronique Robert’s death deepens the sadness of all those who are committed to international reporting and who believe that it is honourable role of journalists to be the witnesses of human tragedies.” RSF shares the grief of Véronique Robert’s family and friends. to go further News Organisation June 3, 2021 Find out more
Wielding a psychedelic-painted Fender Squier and blessed with a falsetto that could shake Stonehenge, Australian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Harts electrifies pop with both musicianship and showmanship. His second full-length album and stateside debut, Smoke Fire Hope Desire, is due out July 21st on Washington Square/Razor & Tie. To celebrate the release, Harts will embark on a series of exclusive dates beginning at Milwaukee’s Summerfest on July 7th. The tour touches down in LA, NYC, Chicago, Washington D.C. and more.About the new album, Harts admits, “It’s a play on that old saying, ‘Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. I added a positive second line, ‘Where’s there’s hope, there’s desire.’ That phrase really sparked the whole context, which means hope and desire are a direct response to smoke and fire. There’s a lot of sadness and trouble in our world, but there’s still a lot of love being born.”The GQ Australia Artist of the Year (2016) relies heavily on his early influences of pop, funk, and good ol’ rock and roll. Even the late, great Prince personally invited Harts to Paisley Park Studios proclaiming, “He reminds me of how I was at that age.”Harts (born Darren Hart) is a one man show with no external producers or other collaborators. The upcoming album’s 14 tracks came to life in his bedroom studio with the virtuoso acting as an architect building, playing and recording every single note. The lead single, “Peculiar” flaunts a hummable guitar solo between orchestral horns, slinky bass and an urgent and chantable refrain. Live For Live Music is excited to share the live version of “Peculiar” below, live from Brisbane.Listen to the studio version below:Harts Summer Tour Dates:July 7th – Milwaukee, WI @ Milwaukee SummerfestJuly 17th – Los Angeles, CA @ Bardot HollywoodJuly 18th – Anaheim, CA @ The Parish at House of Blues AnaheimJuly 21st – Centre Hall, PA @ Karoondinha Music & Arts FestivalJuly 29th – Chicago, IL @ Wicker Park FestAugust 2nd – Washington D.C. @ DC9August 4th – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu NecktieAugust 5th – Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory