Tagged with: corporate fundraising 152 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis21 100% of our profits from this delicious #coffee go straight to @CR_UK! Find it @Waitrose stores ? #charitytuesday pic.twitter.com/933Wd00huu— Percol Coffee (@Percol_Coffee) June 21, 20163) Percol 100% CoffeePercol 100% Rainforest Alliance certified Arabica instant coffee sees 100% of profits go to Cancer Research UK. The coffee is available in selected Waitrose stores, and online on Ocado. The coffee launched last November as part of the brand’s partnership with the charity, under which Percol has committed to a minimum annual donation to CRUK of £50,000. 2) Eve RoseThe Eve Appeal has partnered with Harkness Roses to launch a new rose called the ‘Eve Rose’ at Gardeners World Live, which will be sold throughout the year, with a percentage of the profits donated directly to the charity. The rose has been bred and grown by Harkness Roses and can be bought directly from the rose specialist online. EVERY product in @NisaLocally’s Heritage range donates to MADL. Buy Heritage = raise funds. SO easy! #FundraisingDay pic.twitter.com/qpvncOiLhQ— MADL (@MADLcharity) June 16, 20164) Nisa Heritage rangeNisa’s Heritage range offer customers over a thousand own-brand products. Purchases of all products in the range contribute to a store’s Making A Difference Locally fund, which helps to fund good causes in that store’s area. Nisa has also stated that it will donate part of the proceeds from this venture to the charity and this is expected to reach at least £450,000. Melanie May | 23 June 2016 | News Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis21 Corporate fundraising – June product round up 5) Madécasse Madagascan chocolateMadécasse has partnered with the Lemur Conservation Foundation and launched The Save the Lemur Campaign, which sees 5p from every bar sold donated to the charity to help fund its work. The range includes Toasted Coconut, Salted Almond, Sea Salt & Nibs, Expresso Bean, and is being sold from this month in Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. 7) Indian Sun Premium GinHalf the profits from Indian Sun Premium Gin are being donated to the Born Free Foundation. The gin retails for £29.95 and is available from Masters of Malt as well as in a number of UK bars. It is made by award-winning distiller John Walters at the English Spirit Distillery in Cambridge. Indian Sun Gin’s founder Matt Hepplewhite is a long-time supporter of the charity. 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. 8) Murad Invisiblur Perfecting ShieldMurad has launched a limited edition version of its Invisiblur Perfecting Shield to celebrate its partnership with The Prince’s Trust and the charity’s 40th anniversary. £10 from every £69.50 bottle sold will go to the charity. The Prince’s Trust was the skincare brand’s first charity partner in the UK. Take a look at it! pic.twitter.com/KPABZT4rJJ— Akomi (@AkomiAfrica) May 26, 201610) AkomiThe Ripples Foundation is raising funds through its Akomi natural skincare range, which is handmade by African village women under the charity’s Women’s Enterprise Programme, Proceeds from Akomi products are given directly to the women and are invested back into their enterprises and to help them support their children. Made with shea butter, there are three available: Pure, Péche, and Créme. 151 total views, 1 views today [youtube height=”450″width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6rrLNt_kg0[/youtube]9) The Neales charity singleBritain’s Got Talent finalists released a single on Father’s Day to raise funds for Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation. I’ll Be There is available as a download and at selected Tesco stores for £1. It is the group’s first self-penned song, and all proceeds go to Tesco’s National Charity Partnership, which supports these two charities. There are many ways corporate partnerships can benefit charities, and product tie-ins, such as where a product is launched specifically to benefit a charity or where an existing product includes a fundraising promotion, are a popular one.Here is a round up of 10 products currently benefitting (or about to) a wide range of charities and causes through their sales:1) Gaiety teaIn celebration of June’s Pride in London, We Are Tea has partnered with creative agency Coley Porter Bell to design a Limited Edition range of teas called Gaiety with all profits going towards LGBT charity partners, the Albert Kennedy Trust and Opening Doors London. The limited edition range is available from wearetea.com. It features the Everyday English Breakfast, Builders and Super Berry teas in black caddies, which can also be personalised. 6) SpotdecoThe Spotdeco Charity Begins at Home initiative starts on 1st July in London, and is expected to roll out across the UK in October. Customers will see a pop-up window appear when they click to buy, giving them a choice of five social and environmental projects that span London to provide something local to everyone. Spotdeco will distribute 5% of sales between 1st July and 30th September into the five projects, which include a beekeeping scheme in Kennington, and an edible playground (pictured).
… Says Foster will do an excellent jobMANAGING Director of the Nand Persaud Group of Companies, Mohendra Persaud, has called for good leadership in Berbice cricket.To this end, Persaud fully supports well-known sports personality and community leader Hilbert Foster as the preferred presidential candidate for Sunday’s Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) elections.“Cricket in Berbice is at a virtual standstill; things are haywire and lost at the moment. Cricket is a national game that runs deep within the society and various communities.”Persaud continued that, “What is happening now is degrading, too much politics. It needs quick and urgent rehabilitation. A man like Foster, with his proven track record, can stop the slid, excavate the rot and bring Berbice cricket back to where it used to be.Things need to be done differently. The world over things are done differently. The cricket needs serious upgrading to make a difference and bring persons back to the sport.”He said that Foster’s reputation and achievements with the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (MS) are well known. They have Guyana’s most comprehensive Cricket Developmental and Community Enhancement Programme with teams at all levels and divisions. The club is the only one in Guyana with a female cricket programme.Persaud stated: “Our company is a reputable one, and Foster’s dealings with us have being above board. We are both pacesetters and leaders. I have no hesitation in throwing our support behind Foster for presidency of the BCB.” The company once sponsored the Port Mourant Cricket Club for a number of years, but withdrew because of some upheavals. Accountability was one of the problems.The company’s sponsorship goes far and wide including the Karibee Boys and Karibee Girls softball cricket teams, horse racing, football, basketball, softball cricket among numerous others.He is willing to throw his support and the reputation of the company back into the fray as long as things change and there is accountability.
By Julien PretotMONT AIGOUAL, France (Reuters) – Kazakh Alexey Lutsenko claimed his maiden victory on the Tour de France when he won the sixth stage, a 191-km trek from Le Teil yesterday as the top guns again delayed the fight for the general classification.Astana rider Lutsenko, a former Under-23 world champion, prevailed from an eight-man breakaway at the top of Mont Aigoual to add to his 2017 Vuelta stage win.Spain’s Jesus Herrada took second place, 55 seconds behind with Belgian Greg van Avermaet in third, 2:15 off the pace.Briton Adam Yates retained the overall leader’s yellow jersey after staying tucked in the main peloton, which crossed the line with a deficit of 2:53. “We talked about it in the team bus this morning and we agreed that it was a stage that suited me,” said Lutsenko, who broke clear in the punishing ascent to the Col de la Lusette, a 11.7km climb at an average gradient of 7.3%.Behind him, the main favourites did not use the ascent to test each other, leaving defending champion Egan Bernal’s Ineos team to set a moderate pace.“We knew that this climb was tricky, it was a pretty bad surface. I think we climbed at our own speed and saved energy, we just tried to stay safe,” said Ineos domestique Michal Kwiatkowski. “Everyone is keeping his powder dry and is saving energy for the next days,” said Yates, who was never threatened throughout the stage.Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, who is third overall, suffered an untimely puncture in the climb up to the Col de la Lusette but managed to regain his place in the peloton easily, thanks to the bunch’s slow pace.The only sparkle came in the final metres, when Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe produced a brief attack to regain one second after losing the yellow jersey to Yates, following a 20-second penalty for illegal feeding on Wednesday. Today’s seventh stage is a 168-km ride from Millau to Lavaur, which is expected to favour the sprint specialists.
Vice President Mike Pence was recently named the head of the Trump Administration’s coronavirus response.On Friday, Pence visited Palm Beach County to talk about the coronavirus at a news conference with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.The vice president said that according to our health experts, the threat of the coronavirus spreading in the United States remains low.WATCH NEWS CONFERENCE: There have been 61 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the U.S.Gov. DeSantis said there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Florida, but the state is ready to respond.