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The Wildlife Trusts receive record £2.8 million Tubney grant

first_img  31 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Wildlife Trusts receive record £2.8 million Tubney grant AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Celebrity Funding Howard Lake | 24 November 2010 | News The Tubney Charitable Trust is to donate £2.8 million over five years to The Wildlife Trusts for its 50 year vision for A Living Landscape.In 2008, The Wildlife Trusts celebrated 112 Living Landscape schemes with almost one fifth having benefited from funding from The Tubney Charitable Trust. Each scheme aims to help secure a healthy natural environment for generations to come.René Olivieri, Chair of The Tubney Charitable Trust, said: “We believe The Wildlife Trusts can provide the leadership and practical advice to inform public policy and guide local action. Only through coordinated action at all levels and between all those with a stake in the countryside, our towns and cities too, can we improve habitats and safeguard our precious, unique biodiversity.”The funding is announced on the same day that Simon King OBE, wildlife programme-maker, cameraman, photographer and presenter, is to be appointed as its President. He follows in the footsteps of previous Presidents such as Professor Aubrey Manning, Professor David Bellamy and Sir David Attenborough. King is also President of Avon Wildlife Trust and Patron of Somerset Wildlife Trust.The Tubney Charitable Trust is a grant-making charity seeking to support activities that have a long-term, sustainable, positive impact on the biodiversity of the UK and on the welfare of farmed animals in the UK and internationally. In accordance with the wishes of the founders, Miles and Briony Blackwell, the Charity has a limited life and is spending both its income and its capital to achieve its objectives. The Trust therefore does not accept unsolicited 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 Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

Energize young credit union professionals

first_img 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Ronaldo Hardy explains how millennials can be advocates and leaders.What CUNA’s Young Professionals Committee aims to achieve: Our main goal is to energize the young professionals in our industry—to give them the tools and resources that will increase their passion for the movement and keep them a part of the industry long-term.To accomplish this, we’re going to need to educate them on our industry, provide leadership development so they can see where the knowledge gained can take them further in the movement, and engage them in political advocacy.Why advocacy among young CU professionals is important: When we hike up Capitol Hill during the GAC (Governmental Affairs Conference), I always make a point—while representing our state—to stand and speak on the issues credit unions face.It’s important for our legislators to see and hear from multiple generations. It provides a more powerful voice because they see more people representing a larger part of our population.On becoming a CEO at age 27: I have a cool story in that I didn’t wake up and say, “I want to go work for credit unions!” continue reading »last_img read more

Duckett out, Foakes, Crane in for England Lion’s Caribbean trip

first_img(CMC) – Ben Duckett has been omitted from the England Lions’ tour of the Caribbean next year, but Ben Foakes and Mason Crane, currently part of the Ashes squad, have been included in a strong touring party announced this week.The 23-year-old Duckett, a part of the current Ashes tour, was already suspended for an incident in a Perth bar a couple of weeks ago when he poured a drink over teammate Jimmy Anderson.The England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed Duckett had been overlooked because of the incident.Foakes, however, a right-hander who averages 41 in first class cricket and leg-spinner Crane, who has played two Twenty20 Internationals, are in the four-day squad but have been overlooked for the one-day matches.Both the red and white ball squads will be led by Keaton Jennings.“We have included two members of the Ashes tour squad, Ben Foakes and Mason Crane, for the four-day matches, with the possibility of either or both of them leaving the Lions tour early, if they are selected in the England squad for the two Tests in New Zealand in March and April,” said national selector James Whitaker.“We will be naming that squad in the new year, and the same goes for the squads for the North-South Series which will be played in Barbados at the end of the Lions tour – and is likely to include the players who have been selected for the one-day series against West Indies A.Meanwhile, the highly-regarded pair of Jamie Porter and Sam Curran have been named in both squads, while fast bowler Roby Roland-Jones, who played two Tests against West Indies last summer, has been included in the red ball squad only.Porter and Roland-Jones will be making comebacks from injury.“Jamie Porter and Toby Roland-Jones are all available again after injuries – Jamie and Toby after working exceptionally hard on the ECB’s Pace Programme over the last couple of months,” Whitaker said.“Sam Curran missed out on the Lions training camp in Australia but he has also been training hard, under the supervision of Surrey’s strength and conditioning coaches, before going out to play T20 cricket in New Zealand.’England Lions face West Indies in three four-day ‘Tests’ and three one-dayers from February to March 11 next year.SQUAD – Keaton Jennings (captain), Joe Clarke, Liam Livingstone, Sam Curran, Jamie Porter, Paul Coughlin, Saqib Mahmood, Nick Gubbins, Alex Davies, Haseeb Hameed, Dan Lawrence, Ben Foakes, Toby Roland-Jones, Jack Leach, Mason Crane, Josh Tongue, Sam Northeast, Liam Dawson, Dom Bess, Tom Helm, George Garton, Matt Parkinson.last_img read more