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first_img Technology and welfare charity Lasa has published a collection of advice for charity leaders on what they should know about digital technology. ‘Digital: What Every Charity Leader Should Know‘ is a report that features advice from key opinion leaders such as Martha Lane Fox and Beth Kanter on how charity leaders can best exploit digital tools’ potential for income generation, collaboration and engaging with supporters.The report features contributions from charities such as NCVO, UNICEF UK, CLIC Sargent, and Merlin; from US-based nonprofits NTEN and Techsoup Global; the funder Nominet Trust; and charity sector specialists including Rosie Chapman and Rachel Beer. UK Fundraising’s Howard Lake also contributed.Lasa asked participants to summarise their top five insights into the use of digital technology for the sector’s sustainability, using one slide each. Advertisement 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. Tagged with: Digital Management  70 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 11 October 2012 | News Launching the report, Terry Stokes, Lasa’s CEO, said: “This report brings together insights from some of the sector’s most influential thinkers into how digital can help charity leaders not only weather these exceptionally tough times but seize new opportunities to raise funds, engage stakeholders and collaborate.” Lasa shares what charity leaders need to know about digital communications AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Charity Digital Leaders Report from LasaCharity Debating digitalThe report’s findings will be debated by charity CEOs and other opinion leaders on 6 November at a Lasa event hosted by charity and commercial law firm Bates Well and Braithwaite. The event is one in a series from Lasa, funded by Google.If you have a view on what charity sector leaders should know about digital, Lasa invites you to tweet your comment to @Lasaict using the hashtag #Lasaleaders.www.lasa.org.uklast_img read more

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Google+ Google+ Twitter By Jon Zimney – December 19, 2020 1 525 IndianaLocalNews (“police line do not cross” by Heather, CC BY 2.0) A death investigation is underway in LaPorte County.Indiana Conservation Officers say a body was discovered in a submerged vehicle at Tamarack Lake  in the Kingsbury Fish and Wildlife Area near LaPorte around 8 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 18.The body is believed to be a male.No other details have been released at this time.This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Previous articleWhitmer lifting restrictions on high schools, colleges, entertainement venuesNext articlePurdue professor helps Parkinson’s patients communicate more effectively Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Body found in submerged vehicle in Tamarack Lake near LaPorte Facebook Pinterest Facebook WhatsApplast_img read more

first_imgCongressman Frank Pallone, Jr. has announced additional beach replenishment projects in Long Branch, Sea Bright, and Monmouth Beach.In the announcement, Pallone said that additional federal dollars will allow for expanded work in these Monmouth County towns.“I’m pleased to announce these additional replenishment projects that will be critical to our beaches and communities in Coastal Monmouth,” Congressman Pallone said. “Restoration projects like beach replenishment ensure our beautiful beaches will remain safe and enjoyable for residents and tourists for years to come. I would like to thank Colonel Asbery and the Army Corps staff for their dedication to this important work.”USACE plans to do the work on the expanded projects in the fall of 2020 through spring 2021.In Long Branch, sand will be placed in the northern part of Long Branch from south Broadway to Joline Avenue.The additional replenishment projects in Sea Bright will begin at the southernmost border of Sea Bright near Sunrise Way and continue north to Island View Way. Another replenishment project will begin at Trade Winds Lane north to Sea Bright Borough Hall.In Monmouth Beach, the additional beach replenishment project begins in the area around Cottage Road and continues to Monmouth Beach’s northern border.The Congressman noted that the Army Corps should complete the original beach replenishment projects awarded last year in the Monmouth County Shore towns before the summer.“The original project for Monmouth Beach from the Monmouth Beach Bathing Pavilion near Valentine Street north to Cottage Road was completed in January. The original Sea Bright project from Island View Way north to Tradewinds Lane was completed in February. The project in Long Branch originally awarded last year is expected to start and be completed between April and June 2020. This includes the area in West End from Howland Avenue south to Sycamore Avenue in Elberon,” Pallone said.Following Superstorm Sandy, Congressman Pallone requested the Federal Emergency Management Agency allocate emergency funding to address immediate needs of impacted homeowners and businesses, as well as repair breached dunes and damaged beaches to protect New Jersey’s coastal areas from future flooding. As a result, the beaches from Sea Bright south to Manasquan were filled, which was the largest beach replenishment project ever undertaken by the Army Corps.last_img read more

first_imgCertainly he deserved it. He was 12-5 this year with a 2.12 ERA. But he was allowed to get 13 outs in Game 2 of the Division Series, and only six outs in Game 5. With any distress, Hill knew that manager Dave Roberts had the hook and the reel at hand. It’s not a marathon or a sprint anymore for most starters. It’s barely a warmup.Most of the Chicago Cubs hadn’t seen Hill. He requires an adjustment period. Hill features a consistent 90 mph fastball and a swan-diving curveball, usually in the mid-70s. But he can also throw sidearm and he works the fastball in and out. By the time you’ve gotten a rhythm against him, either you’re gone or he is. Instead, Hill actually got to bat twice. He went six innings and gave up only two singles, both by Kris Bryant. After he fanned Addison Russell and got Miguel Montero on a grounder in the second, with Cubs on second and third, Hill never let another batter reach scoring position.Thus, Roberts “only” had to use three relievers and has a full flotilla to back up 20-year-old Julio Urias in Game 4 tonight. And the Dodgers now lead the NLCS 2-1, with a 6-0 victory. Hill allowed the hitters and Kenley Jansen to finish what he started.“It’s something I’ve always had, the ability to throw a fastball in any part of the zone and create a later swing, because of the perceptual velocity,” Hill said. “It’s just a matter of keeping people off balance. We were able to throw the fastball in, which opens up the outside part of the plate, and then the ability to drop down to create a totally different look. “I don’t know if there’s an art to it. But it’s the way things play out.”But Hill also had no idea how close he came to walking back to the dugout to Roberts, and then taking maybe a little more turbulent walk to the clubhouse.Roberts admitted he “had a thought” of removing Hill in the second. Hill’s fourth hitter, Anthony Rizzo, refused to bite at Hill’s curveballs and drew a walk in eight pitches. Then Jorge Solder walked with one out. When Yasmani Grandal’s passed ball moved those Cubs into scoring position, Roberts almost had one hand on the bullpen phone, but Hill kept it cradled.Octobers used to revolve around starting pitchers. With Clayton Kershaw working Game 6 (or 5, or part of 7) and with Lester down for Game 5, maybe they will again. Maybe Hill was able to prove he didn’t need a life jacket.“His curveball actually wasn’t as good as it has been,” Roberts said. “But the one thing you see is how he competes. And when you start using a different arm slot, you can be tough.”And the Cubs? They have been shut out eight times in 169 games. Half of those shutouts were thrown by the Dodgers. The Cubs haven’t scored since their 5-run eighth inning in Game 1. Without that inning they have three runs in three games, and they’re hitting .161. Rizzo, Russell and Ben Zobrist are a combined 2-for-30.This was the billy goat that hid in the shadows, during this epicurean season of 103 wins. What would happen if someone matched the Cubs’ strong starting pitching (100 quality starts, eight more than anyone else in the N.L.)? Could the Cubs get big hits and take care of details? They were 22-23 in 1-run games during the season.“We;re making soft contact,” manager Joe Maddon said. Asked whether this was a moment of truth, he said. “I’m so bad about drawing lines in the sand. We’re just putting this game in the wastebasket and coming back to play tomorrow.”And if a no-tomorrow Game 7 is at hand Sunday, Rich Hill will likely pitch it. Maybe he can even cut the cord. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img LOS ANGELES — It’s difficult to pitch with a bungee cord attached to your belt, which is why starting pitchers are so jumpy these days.Any loud noise, and the manager emerges, the organ player cranks it up, and someone is trotting in from the bullpen to take your baseball.Coming into Tuesday, the Dodgers had one quality start in the playoffs. The Nationals, whom they beat in the Division Series, also had one. The Cubs had two. The authors of those starts were penthouse pitchers, Clayton Kershaw and Jon Lester and Max Scherzer.Rich Hill has been transported into more clubhouses than pine tar. It was natural to wonder if he would be allowed some rope.last_img read more