The Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) is marking Customer Service Week by celebrating the role of supporter care and supporter care staff, whom it describes as “often the unsung heroes of charity fundraising”.Customer Service Week is being run from 3 to 9 October 2011 by the Institute of Customer Services.Each day this week, the FRSB will unveil a case study of best practice in supporter care which will set out one charity’s approach to supporter care. The first case study has been provided by Breast Cancer Campaign.FRSB, the self-regulatory body for fundraising, is urging charities to share their stories of supporter care to recognise the work supporter care staff do in building relationships with supporters and generating sustainable income streams for charity. You can email stories, or share them on Twitter with the hashtag #donorservice or on the FRSB’s LinkedIn group. Howard Lake | 6 October 2011 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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. FRSB celebrates supporter staff during Customer Service Week Don’t forget to share all your best practice tips on good supporter care in our LInkedIn group http://t.co/LhRMB6co #donorserviceWed Oct 05 07:45:02 via TweetDeckFRSBthefrsbwww.frsb.org.uk Advertisement Tagged with: Fundraising Standards Board Individual giving 23 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Multi-client seismic data specialist Spectrum has started the acquisition of a new seismic survey of areas available in the ongoing Norwegian 24th licensing round.Spectrum said on Wednesday that the new Norsel High 3D acquisition comprises of at least 1,600 square kilometers, covering four blocks that are included in the round.Data is being acquired by survey partner Sovcomflot (SCF) using its high capacity vessel Ivan Gubkin, formerly known as the Polarcus Amani, with a triple source configuration and a Q-marine acquisition system.“Utilizing these latest acquisition technologies combined with broadband processing will ensure optimal imaging of several large structural closures at the Jurassic and Triassic levels partially identified in the area from existing Spectrum data,” said Spectrum.The company added that the program further includes 3D broadband reprocessing of 2,000 square kilometers of neighboring 3D Spectrum data that cover an additional six blocks included in the 24th licensing round.Merging the newly acquired survey with the existing two datasets through a modern broadband processing sequence will result in a single contiguous, conformable dataset of 3,600 square kilometers covering ten prospective blocks.According to Spectrum, a high quality fast-track 3D volume will be created for delivery before the end of August 2017 allowing sufficient time for evaluation of the area prior to the application deadline of the round on November 30.Further interim Pre-Stack Time Migrated data will be made available in time for application revision prior to November. Pre-Stack Depth Migration will be optional following round block award.
Nyhamna expansion Kvaerner noted it has been the main contractor for the expansion of the Nyhamna plant which will be completed in 2017. Kvaerner was also the main contractor when the first part of the plant was built in 2007.The expansion of the plant consists of two parts. The first part includes land-based compression of gas from the Ormen Lange offshore field with a new compressor which will maintain gas pressure at Nyhamna as the pressure in the reservoir drops.The second part includes export and process facilities for the Polarled pipeline which will transport gas from the Statoil-operated Aasta Hansteen field in the Norwegian Sea to Nyhamna, once the field becomes operational. The Polarled pipeline was completed in September 2015. The compression and export of gas through the 482-kilometer long pipeline is scheduled to start in the autumn of 2018.Shell is the operator for Ormen Lange and the gas plant at Nyhamna but once Aasta Hansteen becomes operational, Gassco will be the operator of Nyhamna with Shell in charge of technical operation.According to information from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, the expansion will increase Nyhamna’s export capacity from 70 to 84 million Sm3 per day.Offshore Energy Today Staff Norwegian engineering and construction services company Kvaerner has been awarded a contract with Shell for the disposal and demolition of the subsea compression pilot at Nyhamna in Norway. The onshore Nyhamna facility processes gas from the Shell-operated Ormen Lange field located 140 km north-west of Kristiansund, in the Norwegian Sea.The gas from the field arrives onshore at the Nyhamna plant where impurities are removed and then piped through one of the world’s longest subsea pipelines, Langeled, which runs about 1,200 km from Nyhamna to Easington in England.An upgrade project, which will enable the plant to receive gas from more fields through a new pipeline, is currently in progress.Kvaerner said on Thursday that the scope of work of this new contract consists of removal and demolition of approximately 2 200 tonnes of modules. The modules will be transported from Nyhamna to Kvaerner’s facilities at Stord for dismantling and recycling. The work will start immediately and the first part, consisting of removal of modules from the test pit will be completed in 2017. The remaining modules will be removed in 2018, said Kvaerner.“This is an important contract for Kvaerner’s decommissioning unit, and yet again we prove our competitiveness in this marked,” says Guro Løken, SVP Decommissioning & Marine Operations in Kvaerner.
Those surviving who will honor Carol’s memory include her loving husband, Scott Page of Aurora; sons, Joseph D. Flach of Kentucky, James Hensley of Dillsboro, and Jason C. (Nicole) Hensley of Blue Ash, OH; daughter, Jennifer L. (Paul) Thomson of Brookville; 8 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; brothers, Eugene (Gloria) Flach, Jr. of North Ridgeville, OH, and Terry (Annette) Flach of Cincinnati; sisters, Dawn L. (Jon) Alley of Columbus, OH, Linda (Dwight) Burress of Cincinnati, and Jan Flach of Cincinnati. Also surviving are numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. Friends may visit with the family on Wednesday from 6 until 8 p.m. and again on Thursday from 10 until 11 a.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Father Sean Danda will officiate the funeral service on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at St. Michael Catholic Church and burial will follow in Glenn Haven Cemetery in Harrison, Ohio. Carol Norma Page, of Aurora, was born on July 11, 1956 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Eugene and Lois Flach, Sr. She married Scott K. Page on September 15, 2002 in Cincinnati, and he survives. Carol had worked at Argosy Casino and McDonalds. She was actively involved in the Delhi Athletic Association Cheerleading, Executive Board and was a Hall of Fame inductee. Carol loved spending time with her grandchildren and enjoyed her pets, Tucker, Taos and Abby. On Saturday, October 28, 2017, at the age of 61, she passed away at her residence. Memorial donations can be directed to Loving Hearts Hospice in care of the funeral home or at 301 Batesville Shopping Village, Batesville IN, 47006. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Carol Page.
Asian qualifying matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup set for this fall will instead be played in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) jointly announced Wednesday the continental qualifying matches, scheduled to take place during FIFA international match windows in October and November this year, will be rescheduled to 2021. “With the aim of protecting the health and safety of all participants, FIFA and the AFC will continue to work together to closely monitor the situation in the region and to identify new dates for the respective qualifying matches,” the two organizations’ joint statement read. Asian countries are currently in the second round of the World Cup qualifying campaign, which began in September last year. Following the winter break, the competition was supposed to resume in March, but the COVID-19 outbreaks across the continent forced FIFA and the AFC to reschedule matches for later in the year. South Korea, trying to qualify for their 10th consecutive World Cup, are in Group H, alongside North Korea, Turkmenistan, Lebanon and Sri Lanka. South Korea have played four matches, while the rest have played five matches each. In early June, FIFA and the AFC moved South Korea’s matches against Turkmenistan and Sri Lanka on March 26 and March 31 to Oct. 8 and Oct. 13. Loading… The all-Korea showdown was rescheduled from June 4 to Nov. 12, while a South Korea-Lebanon match, set for June 9, was moved to Nov. 17. FIFA and the AFC both said at the time that those fixtures could change again, depending on how well the virus would be contained in Asia and whether travel restrictions are eased. read also:NFF To Disburse FIFA’s $2m Fund after getting Sports Ministry’s Approval There are eight groups of five nations in the second round. The eight group winners and the four-best runners-up will advance to the third round. South Korea, coached by Paulo Bento, are in second place in Group H with eight points from two wins and two draws. Turkmenistan are leading the way with nine points. Lebanon and North Korea both have eight points each but trail South Korea in goal difference. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?6 Reasons Sharks Are Afraid Of Dolphins6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Gorgeous Asian Actresses No Man Can Resist
Enyimba wants a full team for a must-win CAF Champions’ League group game against Zamalek on August 14 in Cairo and so has asked the League Management Company (LMC) to excuse its players from the friendlies against La Liga clubs in Spain about the same time next month.There are five Enyimba players in the NPFL All-Stars – skipper Chinedu Udoji, goalkeeper Theophilus Afelokhai, Joseph Osadiaye, Dare Ojo and Ezekiel Bassey.An official of the All-Stars told AfricanFootball.com: “Enyimba want their players to be excused from the La Liga friendlies because they believe with a full-strength team they could win in Zamalek and improve their chances of qualifying for the semi-finals of the Champions League. “We just have to wait and see how things play out now.”Enyimba is at the bottom of Champions League Group B after the Aba team lost its first two matches at home to Zamalek and then away at Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa.However, Enyimba officials believe they can get their campaign back on track with a win in Egypt on August 14 especially after Sundowns won there last week.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The Brewers are fourth in the league with a 1-4 mark.Vikings, defending league champs, kept pace with the Mates by posting a 30-12 victory over Hour Glass.Quarterback Steve Mota tossed three touchdown passes for Vikings to John Lloyd, John Foley and Jay Trower.Mota also rushed for the major and picked off one interception.Teams take a week off from the schedule as the league is hosting a Pro Bowl Sunday at Mount Sentinel Field.This game is an open invitation for new players to come out and test their flag football skills. The South Slocan Mates hold down top spot in the West Kootenay Flag Football League standings at the mid-season mark of the schedule.Mates, undefeated in five games, lead Castlegar Vikings and Nelson Hour Glass by two games in league standings.
Aizawl FC, a small team from Mizoram, created history on Sunday by becoming the first club from north-east to win the I-League as they beat Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan to the title race by drawing 1-1 with Shillong Lajong.Lajong had taken the early lead when centre-forward Asier Pierrick Dipanda slammed home a header in the ninth minute at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Shillong.WATCH VIDEOThat complicated things for the visitors as they needed at least a draw to win the title. But Aizawl recovered from the setback to dominate the game thereafter.Despite some stout defending by the hosts, William Lalnunfela finally made sure that Aizawl won the title when he found the equaliser in the 67th minute.Having beaten Mohun Bagan 1-0 last week, Aizawl FC were three points ahead of Bagan on the points table and needed a draw or a win to lift the title.Mohun Bagan, on the other hand needed to win, which they did by beating Chennai City FC 2-1, but they were dependent on Shillong Lajong’s victory for their fate.Aizawl ended the league on 37 points while Mohun Bagan finished second on 36. They have won the I-League title in their second season, becoming the first club from the Northeast to bag the title.Aizawl FC and coach Khalid Jamil, with their shoe-string budget and mostly local players, have indeed created Indian football’s fairytale like Leicester City did in the Premier League last year.Jamil said he was happy that the Team has been able to finish the job.advertisement”At half time, I just told the boys that you won’t get another such 45 minutes in your life. We knew we were 45 minutes away from being the Champion. We had to be extra special in the second half,” he said at the post-match press conference.”It’s not just about me or any individual,” he stressed mentioning that it has all been about “teamwork.””It is about the boys. They played continuously and played well. They deserve the credit.”This is my biggest victory ever,” Jamil pronounced. “I always wanted to win the Hero I-League. Every time at the start of the season, I used to tell myself that this year I should win it. I had to wait. And today we have won,” he added.Meanwhile, Shillong Lajong coach Thangboi Singto congratulated Aizawl FC on the victory. “They were consistent all throughout. They are the deserving champions,” Singto said.Aizawl would not have at all played in the I-League this season as they finished eighth last year but after a few Goan sides pulled out of the country’s top-flight league, they got a lifeline to stay afloat.Their feat is comparable to Leicester City who won the title in 2015-16 season after they were on the verge of relegation the previous year.A club whose budget is just around Rs 2 crore (Mohun Bagan spend the same amount in buying Sony Norde), it’s an achievement of enormous proportion.The match, the Northeast derby, was though not without controversy as Aizawl played under protest after finding out that the title-deciding game would be conducted by officials from Bengal.Aizawl protested because Mohun Bagan were also in title contention and playing a simultaneous match. The Northeastern club said that they have earlier requested the AIFF to appoint neutral match officials from other states.