Some past examplesPast courses have been promoted in a number of ways that highlight some of the effects or tools we come across:Need to get to grips with being more visual in your fundraising? Join @howardlake for his half-day Graphic Traffic course at TwentyTwenty in Leicester on 26 July (pm). You creating a video and image from scratch? Stranger things have happened… https://t.co/avzBOXIKgk pic.twitter.com/5OkzD8iQ7m— ukfundraising (@ukfundraising) July 2, 2019 @howardlake is a terrific fundraising consultant, especially on how to use the Internet, your website and different apps to raise funds. Really worth following even in lockdown. https://t.co/O3CCDl4MRX— Anamaria Wills (@Anamariacida) April 20, 2020 Tagged with: images infographic Training video Weekly image and video tips and tools by email Woah. #ioffc https://t.co/yn1wUKkyhz— Rally (@LifeAtRally) July 5, 2019 254 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Graphic Traffic course available online and in weekly subscription email Melanie May | 4 May 2020 | News Advertisement Fantastic course yesterday I attended in London conducted by @howardlake from @fundraisinguk – Graphic Traffic, learnt so much. Can’t wait to put new skills into practice. Met great fundraising colleagues dedicated to their causes. Thank you Howardhttps://t.co/3yibieLqoq pic.twitter.com/JnstTaQV4c— Fundraising World Chris Herron (@fundraisingAU) June 6, 2018 Fancy learning some graphic & video tools and tips to help your charity’s messages got noticed? Join @howardlake at Graphic Traffic on 5 Feb (afternoon) in London: https://t.co/05FLesIqv0. Quick – before you miss it! pic.twitter.com/VRCikm2qmp— ukfundraising (@ukfundraising) February 2, 2019 253 total views, 1 views today Live courseThe course is now available as two one-hour live sessions with a one week gap in which to practise some of the ideas and try out some of the different approaches and tools that are featured.The course will take place on Zoom, and is designed to include the hands-on participative element of the original course. It covers how to create images that help a charity or social enterprise stand out, show its impact and help inspire action or a response.It covers both images and videos, always with an emphasis on free, quick and easy to use tools that create something that is ‘good enough’. It is more than a straightforward how-to-take-good-photos or how-to-use-your-smartphone-camera-effectively course. Past courses have seen delegates making use of household or office items that were to hand, from sticky notes, through coloured paper, and sweets. Lego minifigs were also on hand, as were fridge magnet letters, chocolate finger biscuits and Love Heart sweets!The online version is also appropriate for small businesses, many of whom now need to do their best to stand out on their digital channels.It’s also the first time that the course has been available to fundraisers outside the UK.The first course takes place on 19 and 26 May, and booking is open. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Graphic Traffic is also available as a weekly subscription newsletter. Each week it features a different app, tool or resource for creating and using images and video in marketing or fundraising material. The newsletter costs £7 a month to subscribe to.The two Graphic Traffic products are separate, but complement each other. In some ways the Graphic Traffic News update is a useful resource to sign up for after attending the hands-on lessons of the live course. It will help highlight yet more tools and ideas with which to implement what has been learned on the course.But it stands on its own too, and is useful for those who perhaps are already comfortable creating and using images and video in their charity or small business communications, and are simply looking for new inspiration or different ways to present visual content.Graphic Traffic news is available for subscription and has a seven-day free trial. UK Fundraising’s Graphic Traffic course on creating and using images and video to support charities’ digital fundraising and comms is now available in two online formats.The half-day course, which has been run by Howard Lake for eight years around the UK, is now available as a live two-part course over two days and as a weekly email update. Learn how to make images and videos to support your charity’s fundraising and marketing. Join @howardlake at Graphic Traffic on 5 February (pm) in London: https://t.co/05FLesqP6q pic.twitter.com/2XyJfMAsWv— ukfundraising (@ukfundraising) January 29, 2019 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick NewsLocal NewsSmart idea for Daffodil DayBy Alan Jacques – March 20, 2014 662 Print Linkedin Email Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday WhatsApp THE Irish Cancer Society have teamed up with Dell to produce a special Daffodil Day mobile phone app in an innovative approach to generating awareness among young people.The app works on all platforms and has a range of special features including a location mapping function that empowers users to discover nearby Daffodil Day merchandise sellers in their area.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Of course, it is also a powerful charitable giving tool which makes it easier than ever to donate to the Irish Cancer Society on Daffodil Day, which will be held on Friday,March 28 next.Dell Ireland is behind the innovative mobile application which the Irish Cancer Society hopes will be instrumental in attracting a new generation of supporters to the Daffodil Day campaign.“What better way to generate awareness of and support for Daffodil Day among young people than through a free smartphone app. The tech experts at Dell have come up with a range of brilliant features including a dynamic map that lets you track down locations where campaign merchandise is available,” said the Irish Cancer Society’s web service manager Shane Breslin.“You can also use the app to make a donation, to volunteer your time on March 28, or simply to keep up to date with all the latest news and social media posts from the Irish Cancer Society. We’re encouraging everyone to download the free app,” he said.Dell has been the lead partner of the Irish Cancer Society on Daffodil Day since 2011. The company provides marketing, financial and volunteering support for Daffodil Day, with almost every one of Dell’s 2,500 employees in Limerick, Cork and Dublin involved in the campaign in some capacity.Funds raised on Daffodil Day go towards funding the important work done by the Society, including the provision of a night nursing service to those who are seriously ill with cancer and wish to remain at home.The Daffodil Day app is available to download free from Google Play, Windows Phone and the iOS App Store. #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Facebook Previous articleWandering toddler had lucky early hours escapeNext articleBob building support for leukaemia trust in Limerick Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSDaffodil DayDELLIrish Cancer SocietyMusic Limerick Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch Twitter 10 marathons in 10 days for Cancer sufferers
University of Georgia research on the use of irrigation in high-value Georgia crops, like cotton, peanuts, soybeans and corn, will be at the center of the annual field day at C.M. Stripling Irrigation Research Park (SIRP) in Camilla, Georgia, on Thursday, July 27. The event is set to begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at 2 p.m.UGA Cooperative Extension plant pathologist Bob Kemerait, entomologist Mike Toews, soils and fertility specialist Glen Harris, irrigation specialist Wes Porter, cotton physiologist John Snider and precision agriculture specialist George Vellidis will speak about their respective research projects at SIRP.“We have projects that focus on irrigation and the efficiency of the crops with the water they do use. Those research studies really focus on helping farmers know how to irrigate better,” said Calvin Perry, superintendent of SIRP, who will give a presentation on a corn irrigation research study. “We also have researchers who use the irrigation system to deliver chemical applications. Dr. Mike Toews uses insecticides while Dr. Bob Kemerait focuses on the distribution of fungicides.”Toews’ and Kemerait’s work with chemigation, or the application of chemicals through an irrigation system, spans the last three years.Field day guest speakers will include Sam Pardue, dean and director of UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and Gary Black, Georgia commissioner of agriculture.Those interested in attending the field day should RSVP by Friday, July 21, by calling (229) 522-3623 or emailing [email protected]
Share Tweet 78 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Share If Charles Savarin, Minister for national security, immigration, and labour has his wish, Sir Brian Alleyne, former acting chief justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC), will give up his membership on the Integrity Commission. In a 04 March 2011 letter to Sir Brian Alleyne, communicated through Alick Lawrence Chambers, Savarin has appealed to Alleyne to resign with immediate effect, from his position on the Integrity Commission.Savarin said Alleyne has violated the principles of the Integrity In Public Office (IPO) Commission, through statements he made in The Chronicle news paper “in which you have alleged, implicitly or expressly, that certain members of the Cabinet and in particular the Honourable Prime Minister, may be dishonest, a liar and a bad example for the young people of this country.”Alleyne also gets lashed for his attendance at meetings of the Dominica Freedom Party executive on 07 February “to discuss the possibility of general elections being called in March 2011”, meetings on 13 February 2011 and 20 February 2011, at Jungle Bay and Garraway Hotel respectively.“It is our client’s respectful position that you may not be qualified to be a Member of the Integrity Commission. Further, the statements and writings by you, and your attendance at manifestly political meetings, convey or would convey to any reasonable bystander, strong reasonable grounds to suspect or believe that there is every likelihood you may well be and/or are biased against Members of the Cabinet including our client and ought not to continue to be a Member of the Integrity Commission,” the letter highlighted.Savarin has also pointed out in his letter, that the former ECSC acting chief justice, may very well be disqualified for holding two nationalities, Dominican and Vincentian. “During a presentation or statements at the Forum held at the UWI Open Campus Dominica on 17th December 2010 and in statements published subsequently by the Chronicle you admitted, expressly or by inference, that you had citizenship of Saint Vincent & The Grenadines.It is therefore clear to our client that you could not and did not acquire citizenship through one of your parents. Therefore, this acquisition of citizenship of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines had to involve, and did involve, the application for and acquisition of a passport; and very likely a diplomatic passport.”Source: DBS News LocalNews Savarin Wants Former Chief Justice Alleyne To Resign Immediately From Integrity Commission. by: – March 11, 2011