International Medical Corps UK’s new website focuses on high value relationships

first_img International Medical Corps UK has redeveloped its website to offer a bespoke experience to its supporters, concentrating specifically on high value supporters. The new site is part of a new approach to fundraising, communications and marketing undertaken by the charity, one which has been developed over the past year.Its new strategy is focusing on building a “network of leaders from across the UK and Europe who will use their own expertise, contacts and philanthropic efforts to support the work of the charity”.This ‘Frontline Network‘ is designed to help the charity respond faster and further. It will involve building closer relationships with supporters “with everyone being assigned a key worker who will keep in touch with the supporter, giving them personalised updates on the work of the charity”. This applies both to individual and corporate supporters.The new website lets visitors explore programmes in depth in each of the organisation’s project countries.It was built by Drupal specialist Big Mallet, who worked alongside digital fundraising specialist Clockwork Pie.Kerry-Jane Kingsmill, Director of Resource Development and Communications at International Medical Corps UK, said:“This is a genuine innovation in fundraising in the humanitarian sector. We believe that our focus on leaders in their field will allow the Frontline Network to become an influential force across fundraising, marketing and communications”.Deniz Hassan, Founder of Clockwork Pie, added: Advertisement International Medical Corps UK’s new website focuses on high value relationships “International Medical Corps UK came to us with an exciting new approach and we’ve built a site that breaks new barriers in the charity sector. Smart use of data means every visitor will get a unique experience on the site, whether they want to contribute to International Medical Corps work or simply find out more about the work they’re doing”. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Howard Lake | 10 July 2015 | Newscenter_img Tagged with: Digital  35 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.last_img read more

Residents dig deep in protest

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook A DEMAND that the ESB be invoiced by Limerick City Council for the cost of reinstatement work at Westfields, on the North Circular Road, has been made by former Mayor Michael Hourigan.However, the ESB argue that it is not their problem and that the council must shoulder responsibility.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Outraged residents of one of the city’s most environmentally sensitive areas, which includes the EU designated Wetlands and wildlife sanctuary, are calling for immediate remedial works to the local landscape, which has been left damaged and disrupted following work carried out by the ESB.Northside resident and former mayor, Cllr Michael Hourigan, has condemned the damage. His anger is also felt by locals.“The ESB routed wiring from a junction box in Westfield Park to power new lighting for the Condell Road and in the course of the installation work, much of the park area in Westfields was dug up and footpaths were damaged,” he told the Limerick Post.‘The state the ESB left the parkland in is a disgrace, and is hugely unsightly, with footpaths almost unusable because of the amount of mud and matter left behind, leaving children unable to play on some of the grass areas.“All over the Christmas period, especially with the dry seasonal weather we had, neither the children, young people or adults were able to enjoy this wonderful landscape, and I’ve now called on the ESB to repair the damage caused.“I want the city council to relandscapew the footpath down the wetlands area and furnish the bill to the ESB. This is one of the few public amenities on the city’s northside and is a particularly important open space, given that Shelbourne Park is still closed for refurbishment – it’s very important that these spaces be properly maintained and preserved,“The local people are particularly upset at the amount of upheaval caused”.One resident told the Limerick post that he was appalled by the disruption and damage done.“It is totally unacceptable that professional units could leave this area in such a state, when they had promised to reinstate it as they had found it. We’ve had rubble dumped into the sanctuary and this, despite the fact that the council do great work and spend a lot of money cutting the grass, maintaining the paths, and commissioning report on the way forward for the upgrading of the Wetlands”.When contacted, a spokesperson for the ESB said that as the work had been commissioned by the council,the reinstatement work is their responsibility. The engineer in charge was not available for comment at time of going to press, but Cllr Hourigan said that as the ESB carried out the work, the clear-up is their responsibility and that the council should invoice them for reinstatement. Twitter Linkedin WhatsAppcenter_img Print NewsLocal NewsResidents dig deep in protestBy admin – January 7, 2009 544 Email Previous articleVolvo Ocean Race update during Singapore stopoverNext articleDell workforce standby adminlast_img read more

‘Would be difficult for a jury to be convinced’ – judge

first_imgEmail Previous articleChanges a plenty for MunsterNext articleHockey Star Cregan forced to retire admin NewsLocal News‘Would be difficult for a jury to be convinced’ – judgeBy admin – February 14, 2011 681 Facebook Print THE case of the alleged theft of €20 that had fallen from the pocket of a prisoner as he was led through the public waiting area of Henry Street Garda Station, was heard at Limerick District Court.The court heard that James Tuohy was sitting in the public area when a man was led through the hallway by gardai.A €20 note fell from the prisoners pocket and Tuohy, aged 21, was observed by gardai picking it up and putting it in his pocket.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Tuohy, with an address at 21 Clarisford, Killaloe, was intoxicated as he awaited an acquaintance who was with gardai at the time.Chris Lynch, solicitor, said that his client was part of a “unique set of circumstances” and that the gardai did not have to go far to find him.Tuohy was questioned at the time and having first denied the allegation, he later made admissions to taking the money from the floor.The solicitor added that his client did not remember the incident and he just remembered picking up the sum of money from the floor.Judge Tom O’Donnell questioned the charge before the court that pertained to the accused man stealing from the Department of Justice, and Inspector Seamus Ruane, explained that he felt the DPP preferred that charge as the injured party was a prisoner of the State and therefore, his belongings fell under the auspices of the relevant custody legislation.Judge O’Donnell said that he would have found it difficult for a jury to be convinced of the charge and struck the matter out.center_img WhatsApp Linkedin Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

Should your returning college student quarantine?

first_img Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Pinterest ( Photo Supplied / Grace College & Seminary ) Indiana college students are heading home. The state health department says they should be extra careful not to turn themselves into coronavirus superspreaders.Universities are finishing the semester at home after Thanksgiving break — I-U won’t bring students back to campus until February 8. Several schools are testing students for COVID before they go home, and state health commissioner Kristina Box is urging others to follow suit. But Box cautions the virus typically doesn’t show up on tests for five-to-seven days after exposure. She says students returning home should act as if they’ve got coronavirus and quarantine for the first two weeks, wearing a mask even at home.Box notes the two-week quarantine corresponds to what several states have ordered for visitors from out of state. Even after the isolation period, Box recommends keeping your social bubble small, not racing out to the bars to reconnnect with friends.Box is encouraging students to use their extended time at home to help with the pandemic response as substitute teachers or contact tracers.Indiana has had more than 12-thousand COVID cases on college campuses, about one of every 22 cases overall. I-U’s main campus in Bloomington, with the state’s largest enrollment, has had the most cases with more than 37-hundred, including about 200 last week. Facebook Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalMichiganNews Should your returning college student quarantine? Twitter By Network Indiana – November 21, 2020 1 276 Twitter WhatsApp Previous articlePower outage affecting 12,000+ I&M customers in South BendNext articleIndiana’s unemployment rate continues to fall Network Indianalast_img read more

Amuneke Lists 15-year-old in Tanzania’s 39-man Squad

first_img“I believe it is time we start to build a team and think of the future,” Amuneke said.“We need to start to think of the youth and see how we can start to integrate in the system.”John scored in the Tanzania’s opening game as they lost 5-4 to Nigeria and went onto play in the losses to Uganda and Angola as the hosts failed to qualify for the semi-finals of the tournament.Amuneke also pointed out that Tanzania have an African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier against Sudan a week after the Nations Cup.As well as the youngsters the squad includes both overseas-based players and those from the local leagues for the CHAN.“The squad is not just for the AFCON but also the CHAN after that,” he explained.“So as the technical team we are planning how we can switch straight to CHAN after the AFCON.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Emmanuel Amuneke Tanzania’s Nigerian coach Emmanuel Amuneke has included 15-year-old Kelvin John Pius in his initial 39-man squad for the Africa Cup of Nations.John, who is nicknamed Mbappe after the French star Kylian, impressed at the recent Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations that Tanzania hosted last month.Another youngster Claryo Boniface from the under-20 side is also on the list.last_img read more