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53 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Depaul Trust is using illusionist David Blaine’s stunt in a box suspended over the Thames to highlight the dangers faced by homeless people.The Trust’s advertising agency Publicis is running a poster campaign on sites donated by media agencies. The poster reads “Living in a box without food? Sounds familiar.” It first appeared on an advertising van as Blaine entered his box and it is now on display around London. According to Third Sector, a passer-by donated £4,000 after seeing the poster on the first night.Dave Redfern, director of fundraising at Depaul Trust said: “David Blaine’s feats of endurance are truly remarkable but some people live on the streets for months or even years with no end in sight… It’s not easy living in a box when the abuse starts. David Blaine is protected in his, has security guards and is out of reach from physical harm. Young people who have to sleep on the streets face a far more terrifying ordeal and often don’t get any sleep at all because they are so scared.” Advertisement Depaul Trust capitalises on David Blaine stunt Howard Lake | 24 September 2003 | News 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. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Events Individual giving Recruitment / people
printThe Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures Business Plan Competition provides mentors networking opportunities and cash grants for winners as it helps undergraduate students turn their business ideas into a reality.This competition is open to students of all majors. Even if a student is not a part of the business school, they can utilize the entrepreneurship center just the same.“If you have a great idea, let us help you,” the director of the Values and Ventures competition, Matthew Smilor said. “Come up to the entrepreneurship center. We’d love to discuss that with you or take you to the next level. We want all the colleges to be involved.”Each business in the competition must possess a value component to enter. An example of this is “TOMS”, which uses the money they receive from each pair of shoes sold to give back to the community.“The idea of having a for-profit company that has a social responsibility and a social need to give back is lacking and that’s why this was started,” Smilor said. “We want to encourage that you can make money, while doing good.”Two TCU students, Nik Hall and Garrett Adair, placed as honorable mentions in the April 2015 Values and Ventures competition. Their business is called Vitafive and it sends personalized gummy packs to your door on a four-week subscription.Hall and Adair said that the competition was a great experience and helped them tremendously.“Values and Ventures got our feet wet and helped us with investor presentations later in the summer,” Adair said.After Hall and Adair created their business plan, they received a mentor in pharmaceuticals and used the entrepreneurship center to build their presentation. Hall and Adair said that the competition pushed them to transition their ideas.“It made us go into research and find out what the real problems were,” Hall said. “The idea before the presentation was completely different than what it is now.”Adair and Hall will be launching their business Jan. 1. They have five charities lined up for once their business begins making revenue.Values and Ventures began in 2011. Over the course of those five years they have given over $250,000 to winners and over $250,000 of support from the Fort Worth community to the winners as well.First place receives $25,000, second place receives $15,000, third place receives $10,000, fourth place receives $5,000 and six honorable mentions receive $2,500.This year’s competition will be held April 8 and 9. TCU will have preliminary rounds in March to determine which team will represent them. Twitter The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Students share stories of discrimination ReddIt Sophia Doumanihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sophia-doumani/ Facebook Sophia Doumanihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sophia-doumani/ ReddIt Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course Sophia is a senior broadcast journalism and communication studies double major. She is currently writing and producing stories for TCU 360 and TCU News Now. Linkedin TCU may become a smoke and tobacco-free campus + posts Sophia Doumani Sophia Doumanihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sophia-doumani/ TCU students Nik Hall (left) and Garrett Adair (right) in the April 2015 Values and Ventures competition. Linkedin Facebook Twitter Sophia Doumanihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sophia-doumani/ Previous articleMental HealthierNext articleFrogs look to continue winning streak at Kansas State Sophia Doumani RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Rec Center fighting stigma of women and weight lifting Winter weather causes health concerns Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week
Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / A Change of Order Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The votes are in for one of the most closely fought and followed midterm elections in the U.S. While the Republicans have retained control of the Senate, the Democrats won control of the House according to the latest reports. From rent control and home construction to tax cuts and an eye on spending, voters made their decisions based on the issues that impacted them the most this election. We break down the trends we saw during this election and how the results are likely to play out for housing and mortgage. Record NumbersThis midterm election is being hailed as one that has seen a maximum voter turnout since 1914. According to an NPR report that cited data from the University of Florida, if early voting makes up a third of the total vote, the turnout would amount to 114 million people or almost 48.5 percent. It could also be that early vote totals make up more than 33 percent. Early voting in Arizona, Nevada, and Texas were higher than the entire total vote cast in those states in 2014. While each state had governors’ races, Texas had a Senate race too.Down to the WireAs the first polls closed at 6 p.m. EST, all eyes were peeled on the results that will determine the fate of the U.S. House where Democrats needed to win 23 seats currently held by GOP seats to take control. For the U.S. Senate Democrats needed two GOP-held seats to gain control. In Oklahoma, Kevin Stitt, the founder of Gateway Mortgage won the gubernatorial race against Democrat Drew Edmondson. While at Gateway, Stitt was a member of the National Mortgage Servicing Association (NMSA), a Five Star trade association representing 90 percent of the mortgage market.“I congratulate the voters of Oklahoma for electing Kevin as their next Governor,” said Ed Delgado, President, and CEO of The Five Star Institute.“They have voted for someone whose strong business acumen helped propel a business he founded in 2000 into a nationwide mortgage company and will also help to strengthen Oklahoma’s economy.”In Ohio, Richard Cordray, the former Director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection lost to Republican Mike DeWine who was elected Governor of the state.What Voters Want“I believe keeping taxes lower while cutting spending will help the economy grow,” Aric Gorman, a 21-year-old voter from Sand Springs, Oklahoma told New York Times. Gorman said that he was supporting Kevin Stitt, a Republican candidate for Governor and Mark Myles, a Democrat for Attorney General. “Myles will stay tough on crime, but he will also be compassionate to those with addictions who need and want help. Stitt will help our economy. His business endeavors speak for him,” he said. While Gorman is bullish on taxes, voters in California, along with seven other states weighed the option of more construction versus new tenant protection when they cast their votes on Tuesday. “I’ve never seen anything like it,” Nick Fish, a Portland, Oregon, city commissioner and former Vice Chairman of the city’s housing authority told Pew’s Stateline. “The public wants to see action,” Fish said. “There’s a growing sense of urgency.”At stake according to Stateline are issues such as housing affordability, rent control, and in California, Proposition 1, which is also known as the Veterans and Affordable Housing Act. Proposition 1 would allow California to sell $4 billion in general obligation bonds to fund existing affordable housing programs for low-income people, veterans and farmworkers. If passed, most of the funds— $3 billion — will go toward existing affordable housing programs and $1 billion would go to veteran housing programs.The Fate of GSEs and Affordable HousingAfter a decade under the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA’s) conservatorship, the current administration has indicated its intentions to end the conservatorship for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.While it is possible for the conservatorship to be unwound in the next couple of years regardless of the election result, Democrats taking control of the House means that they’ll look to build language into the agreement that provides funds for affordable housing and offers expanded credit provisions for underserved borrowers. The size and scope of the GSEs are also expected to change.Rick Sharga, EVP, Carrington Mortgage Holding recently told DS News that the Republicans and Democrats also have widely different views and approach on the challenge of affordable housing and how to solve it. Democrats have lobbied for more funding to help low-income families pay for housing and have proposed a variety of other programs to reduce housing costs, ranging from rent control to tax incentives for builders to construct more affordable units. With Democrats in the House, the industry can also expect them to ask the administration “to build millions of units across the country, or creating a pool of federal funds to reward states that build more housing stock.” Sharga said. Radhika Ojha is an independent writer and copy-editor, and a reporter for DS News. 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The Government is to draw up a food and health action plan aimed atencouraging people to eat a better diet. It is being co-ordinated by the Department of Health (DoH) along with theDepartment of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the food industry andconsumer groups. The DoH estimates that up to a third of deaths from cancer and heart disease– the country’s two biggest killers – could be prevented by eating a betterdiet. Since 1980, the number of people deemed obese has risen from 6 per cent ofmen and 8 per cent of women, to 21 per cent of both sexes in 2000. Ministers believe co-ordinated action on diet and nutrition could contributeto improved health in other areas, by reducing hypertension and helping toprevent diabetes and obesity. The plan will address food production, manufacture and preparation, accessto healthier food and providing information for consumers about healthy eatingand nutrition. www.defra.gov.uk/farm/sustain Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Government plans healthy eating dietOn 1 Feb 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
A member of the North and Central American and Caribbean division of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ series, Thunderbird Show Park has announced the cancellation of the 2021 CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada, originally scheduled to run during the venue’s Odlum Brown BC Open tournament on 6 June 2021.The cancellation comes as a result of a Provincial Health Authority announcement made 19 April, extending British Columbia’s current health order in response to the ongoing global pandemic.“With the announcement from the Provincial Health Authority extending and adding to the current restrictions, it is with great regret we are unable to host the Canadian Premier and Odlum Brown BC Open,” said Chris Pack, President of Thunderbird Show Park. “Instead, we’ll pivot and plan for a 3-week tournament series in June and July, adding an extra week before our West Coast Classic and Western Family tournaments, and a three-week tournament series as planned in August.”With five decades of history hosting high performance sport, Thunderbird Show Park, located in Langley, BC, hosted its first Nations Cup event in 2016 and its first CSIO5* in 2018. By the end of that year, the venue was awarded the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ for a three-year term. The most historic team event in show jumping, the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada has provided some memorable moments in Langley, among them a hometown victory for Team Canada in 2019. That team consisted of Lisa Carlsen, Mario Deslauriers, Nicole Walker and Tiffany Foster, who grew up showing at tbird.“We’d like to thank Longines as well as the BC Open’s title sponsor Odlum Brown for their continued support of our venue,” Pack said. “The BC Open and the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Canada have become highlight events on our calendar at tbird, and we all greatly look forward to their return in 2022.”Thunderbird Show Park has not hosted competition since the venue’s CSI2* Harvest Welcome in October 2020, which was the only FEI competition in Canada last year. The venue plans to add events to its calendar later this summer, pending further easing of restrictions.“We know this is the right choice for our community, and we appreciate everyone’s continued support,” Pack said. “We will release more details about entering the new third week in July in the near future.”For more information on Thunderbird Show Park, including the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada, visit tbird.ca. Tags: Thunderbird Show Park, Odlum Brown BC Open, tbird, Canadian Premier, CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada, Provincial Health Authority, We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Horse Sport Enews Email* More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes. Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! SIGN UP
Robert Winters, co-owner, Tapa Bakehouse & Coffeehouse, GlasgowYou’re from New Zealand originally, so how did you end up running an organic bakery and coffee shop in Glasgow?It’s a complicated story. Back in New Zealand, I was a trade union official and my wife, Virginia Webb, was a policy advisor. We decided to take a career break to do some travelling, and ended up in Scotland. We liked the place so much, we decided to stay. I’ve always been an enthusiastic home baker and we are both really into coffee – New Zealand coffee shops are way ahead of those in Britain in terms of quality – so we decided to set up a bakery and a café. Tapa Bakehouse launched in 2003, selling organic bread such as sourdough, focaccia and rye bread.We then developed a wholesale business to delis, food halls and restaurants, and started attending farmers’ markets. We opened the 60-seater Tapa Coffeehouse three months ago and employ 24 people.What formal bakery training have you had to date?I did a year-long National Certificate in Baking at the local college, which taught me the fundamentals, and I’ve learned a lot from books and the internet. I’ve also had some great advice from Andrew Whitley at Bread Matters and the team at the Lighthouse Bakery. Most of what I’ve learned has come from trying out different recipes at home and learning on the job. I’m passionate about using organic ingredients and I’ve developed recipes without additives, improvers, fat and sugar. We employ six bakers now and I’ve helped train them all, passing on the knowledge I’ve built up.What’s your role in the company?We’ve employed a master baker from Hungary, who has brought some fantastic skills to the business, so I’m less hands-on than before. I’ve taken on more of a general manager role, helping with training, new product development and the overall direction of the business. I’m keen for staff to take ownership of their roles. For example, one of our bakers is being trained to look after new products and another is responsible for wholesale. It’s a similar story with the coffee shop staff. We are looking at ways of developing this further, with staff able to buy equity in the company so that, if it performs well, they will benefit.What’s the secret of your success?We have an eye for detail and are never happy with what we have achieved. Our products are great and people love them, but it’s impossible to produce the perfect loaf. There’s always something you can improve on.