British Heart Foundation celebrates its corporate partnerships

first_img Howard Lake | 18 June 2008 | News 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. Tagged with: Awards corporate AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The British Heart Foundation (BHF) held its Heart of Business Awards last night at The Football Associations Headquarters in London’s Soho Square to celebrate the achievements of its corporate partners.Around 60 senior representatives from the BHF’s past and present corporate partnerships as well as prospective supporters attended the awards evening, sponsored by MBNA Bank of America. Journalist and broadcaster Andrew Neil presented the winners with their awards.The Heart of Business Award winners were:· Weight Watchers – Outstanding results in building community support· Deloitte – Greatest achievement in building a successful long-term partnership· Candis – Best overall media partner· HBOS – Outstanding achievements in employee fundraising· Scottish Southern Energy – Exceptional achievements in affinity marketing· The Football Association – Pioneering support in reaching new audiences· Yorkshire Clydesdale – Outstanding achievements in promoting payroll giving· Co-op – Best overall campaign partner· Strategic Team Group – Most innovative fundraising idea· Jo Westhead (Deloitte) – Corporate charity champion of the  21 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis British Heart Foundation celebrates its corporate partnershipslast_img read more

USDA Rural Development Offers Opioid Epidemic Resources

first_img Facebook Twitter SHARE USDA Rural Development Offers Opioid Epidemic Resources By Andy Eubank – Dec 20, 2017 Previous articlePresident Trump to Address AFBF Annual ConventionNext articleInput Costs Coming Down, but Still a Long Way to Go Andy Eubank SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News USDA Rural Development Offers Opioid Epidemic Resources Hazlett-on-USDA-RD-and-opioid-crisisLearning more about the opioid crisis in Indiana and throughout the U.S. and its effect on agriculture and rural communities is the topic of a symposium presented by AgrIInstitute and many Hoosier partners on January 5th at the Boone County Fairgrounds. The event’s closing speaker is Anne Hazlett, USDA Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development and former Indiana ag department director. The opioid epidemic is one of the issues she and her staff work on every day.“We will be looking to meet communities where they are and assist them with best practices and the issues that they need really to build on in their own setting for prosperity in their future,” Hazlett said. “Many of these challenges are broad and complex. They bring in issues of quality of life, the need for economic opportunity and innovation.”Tackling the epidemic requires communities to stop and chart a new vision, according to Hazlett. When they make that turn, she says the new Innovation Center at Rural Development is there to help.“Having a resource like the Innovation Center will assist them both in capacity building as well as resourced and best practices from other communities that they might be able to build from.”Hazlett says an Indiana community is one of those helping with best practices that might work elsewhere too.“Some of the lessons learned in Scott County for example,” she said. “I know that Purdue Extension is involved in a program called Strengthening Families and that program has been very successful in that community and other communities around the country, and that is a resource, a structure if you will, that can be lifted up and carried into other communities.”Another former ISDA director, Gina Sheets, was recently named Rural Development Chief Innovation Officer and is heading up the Innovation Center.The Ag Industry and Rural Community Opioid Addiction Symposium is January 5, 2018 at the Boone County Fairgrounds, Witham Exhibition Hall, 1300 100 S Lebanon, IN from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.The schedule:8:00 a.m. Registration Open8:30 a.m. Opening/Welcome-Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch9:00 a.m. Sam Quinones, author, Dreamland, The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic10: 00 a.m. What are the Facts and Why Should I Care? Moderator:  Deena Dodd, Indiana Rural Health Assoc.Panel Members: Kevin Moore, Division Director, Div. Mental Health and AddictionCourt Appointed Special Advocates, Lisa Suttle, Reid Hospital, Dan Krouse, MidWest Poultry Services and Doug Payne, Farmer, Brown CountyNoon, Lunch (included) Jim McClelland, Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement, Office of Governor Eric J. Holcomb1:00 p.m. What Works and How can we make a difference?Cameo PresentationsSenator Jim Merritt, District 31, Legislative/Policy OpportunitiesDeena Dodd, IN Rural Health Assoc., Needle Exchange ProgramsSheriff Mike Nielson, Boone County Sheriff’s Dept. Jail Treatment and Enforcement SolutionsStephanie Woodcox, Program Leader/Extension Specialist – Health & Wellness, Purdue University, Strengthen Families Program & Mental Health First AidSonya Carrico, Substance Abuse Services Division Director, Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Local Coordinating CouncilsKatrina Norris, Director of Behavioral Health & Addiction Services, Fayette Regional, Opioid Treatment Program FacilitiesJohn Ferguson and Americorp Team, UW Central IN, Needs assessment and Asset MappingAmnah Anwar, Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium (InROC), Opioid Consortium4:00 p.m. Anne Hazlett, Asst. to Secretary for Rural Development, USDA Facebook Twitterlast_img read more