Breast Cancer Campaign’s wear it pink® raises £497,223 so far

first_img 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. Howard Lake | 9 December 2003 | News Breast Cancer Campaign’s wear it pink® campaign has so far raised £497,223, with more donations still to arrive.Breast Cancer Campaign (BCC) launched its national fundraising event, ‘wear it pink®’ on 31 October 2003, and it has rapidly exceeded its target of £140,000.BCC report that the public’s feedback has been positive: people have said that they enjoyed the day, it was fun, easy to do and that they could wear pink and still look professional. Advertisement Tagged with: Digital Events Research / statistics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThiscenter_img Breast Cancer Campaign’s wear it pink® raises £497,223 so far  29 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis BCC is sharing some of the photos and comments from this year’s participants on its Web site.last_img read more

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Residents in Derry City Council to be surveyed on their views for future of…

first_img NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly WhatsApp Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson News Google+ Pinterest Twitter Previous articleGuide to help people who lost loved ones in Road Traffic Collisions launchedNext articleLetterkenny man recovering after being hit by train in Holland News Highland Google+ Twitter Residents in Derry City Council to be surveyed on their views for future of the citycenter_img Ilex, in partnership with the University of Ulster and Social Capital North West, will survey residents in the Derry City Council from next week to get their views on what they want for the future of the city.Over 500 households will be surveyed from 19 November until 7 DecemberThe aim of the survey it to gauge the publics views on the regeneration process and to measure progress against the last residential survey which was carried out in 2009.Surveyors will visit homes throughout the Derry City Council area from Monday. They have all been specially trained to conduct interviews and are well-known individuals within their respective communities.Ilex’s Director of Strategy and Regeneration, Gerard McCleave is urging people to fully participate in the exercise as it will form the basis for the future planning of development projects and service provision within the city and surrounding areas.Over 70 local enumerators, including unemployed residents, have been up-skilled to complete the data collection for the survey with findings to be reported in early 2013 Facebook Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today By News Highland – November 17, 2012 WhatsApp Pinterestlast_img read more

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Students Thank Chance The Rapper In Open Letter For His Donation To Chicago Public Schools

first_imgIn the beginning of March, Chance The Rapper donated one-million dollars to Chicago’s public school system, only reaffirming that he is, in fact, the man. The Chicago-born rapper and former student of Chicago public schools was moved to donate the money for Chicago public schools following major budgets cuts and after a disappointing meeting with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner, in which Chance advocated for the Governor to invest rather than cut funding for schools.As published in Billboard, three 10th grade students from Lake View High School, one of the schools receiving money from Chance’s donation toward the Chicago public school system. The letter thanks him not only for his generous donation but also for advocating to others to do the same, noting the impact his words could have. The students go on to note that Chance continues to give back to his home town, hosting free concerts and donating money as a way to show he truly cares about the city and that fame hasn’t changed him.The letter also addressed gun violence in Chicago, addressing the time that Chance helped stop gun violence for 42 hours in the city using messaging on his Twitter and through local radio stations. The students end the letter by talking about what Chance means to them as non-white students in Chicago: “As minority students we feel ignored and as though we don’t have enough support from bigger influences like you. Being born and raised in Chicago is not easy at all. There are so many stereotypes and restrictions we have as teenagers due to the frequent violence and crimes. Your music puts some at ease because we know that someone cares and someone has experienced these daily struggles too. You and your music have taught us that you can be true to yourself and still be successful, still be self-made.”You can read the full letter for yourself here or below, and if you’re feeling inspired, join Chance by donating to the Chicago Public Education Fund here.First and foremost, we as Chicago Public School students would like to thank you for the supportive donation to our schools. As we all know, CPS has been struggling financially, and your donation has really given us a push to get to where we need to be and possibly motivate others to give back to the community as well. This is only one of the many things that you have done to improve our Chicago.After you gave CPS the push that was needed to help give us students what we deserve, you encouraged other celebrities such as Derrick Rose to do so as well. If this goes on, CPS could be saved and our schools could receive the best educational experience we are worthy of. You are one of the reasons this can be made possible.All of the things that you do for our city never go unnoticed. All of the free concerts you host and all the time you spend here in the city really show you care. We notice it. We look up to you because the fame usually takes humility away from artists, but it hasn’t changed you.There are many big celebrities from Chicago, but you are one of the few that really give back. It is evident that you sincerely care for the youth here. This is why you are an inspiration to us. We appreciate you for not only representing us through your music, but also through your actions.In Chicago, a person is shot every 2 hours and 48 minutes. A person is murdered every 14 hours and 27 minutes, and you helped stop gun violence in Chicago for 42 hours with the help of your Twitter account and various Chicago radio stations. Even though this was three years ago, the fact you had such a tremendous impact on Chicago shows how much the people of this city look up to you.You’re more than just an artist to us, you are a way of life. You make music that we can relate to on many levels, because you know what living in Chicago is like, and you want to make changes in the city. We may not be from the same side but we come from the same city. We just want to thank you for not forgetting where you came from and helping the city of Chicago in more ways than just being an inspirational rapper. You’re using your fame for good and not just to look good. You gave $1 million dollars of your personal money to Chicago schools and that’s something no one has done for us.We thank you for supporting Chicago’s minority youth when not many others have put time to think about the kids. As minority students we feel ignored and as though we don’t have enough support from bigger influences like you. Being born and raised in Chicago is not easy at all. There are so many stereotypes and restrictions we have as teenagers due to the frequent violence and crimes. Your music puts some at ease because we know that someone cares and someone has experienced these daily struggles too. You and your music have taught us that you can be true to yourself and still be successful, still be self-made.Once again, thank you for aiding us and giving something back to the city we know and love, Chicago. Sincerely,Alex Rojas, Alondra Cerros, and Annelisse BetancourtLake View High School StudentsChicago, Illinoislast_img read more

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