New Director of Corporate Partnerships at Cancer Research UK Howard Lake | 1 October 2006 | News Cancer Research UK have recently announced the appointment of its first Director of Corporate Partnerships. Paul Farthing will take on the newly created role with immediate effect. Farthing has been with Cancer Research UK since October 2005 as director of legacy fundraising. He will combine his previous role with the new one, taking up the new title legacy fundraising and corporate partnerships director. Tagged with: Recruitment / people AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Advertisement 20 total views, 1 views today 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.
Greek dry bulk shipping company Diana Shipping has secured a charter contract for one of its Panamaxes at a higher charter rate.Under the agreement with Seoul-based Unico Logistics, Diana Shipping’s dry bulker m/v Maera was hired at a gross charter rate of USD 11,900 per day for a period of nine to eleven months.The 75,403 dwt ship’s charter is expected to commence on September 19, 2017.Diana Shipping informed that it expects to generate some USD 3.21 million of gross revenue for the minimum scheduled period of the time charter.The 2013-built m/v Maera was previously chartered to Rotterdam’s Transgrain Shipping at a gross charter rate of USD 8,500 per day for a period of sixty-eight days.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena — Congressman Jack Bergman participated in a site visit at Decorative Panels International off the shores of Lake Huron on Wednesday afternoon.Just yesterday, President Donald Trump signed the America’s Water Infrastructure Act into law, a move that Bergman applauds and has several implications with the 1st Congressional District. The passing of the bill will allow funding for a new Poe-sized lock in Sault Ste. Marie which has been one of the biggest priority for the former Lieutenant General since he came into office.It also continues to advance a number of moves in dealing with the eradication of invasive species, monitoring contaminates like PFAS, and ending toxic algal blooms.“President Trump and everybody realizes that this is the right way to go for America, and it’s great for Michigan great for the Great Lakes,” said Bergman.Funding for the new lock still needs to be appropriated by Congress. The estimated cost sits just under a billion dollars. Bergman noted that this piece of critical infrastructure relies on multiple parties including national security like the Army Corp of Engineers to help carry, complete, and operate a structure like a new lock. While a new lock looks to encourage more industry and commerce in the Great Lakes region, Northeastern Michiganders have taken note on the spread of PFAS and invasive species facing the waters on the sunrise side.“The quality of the water that we drink, that we utilize has got to be number one,” said Bergman. “There is money in the water infrastructure bill to make sure it’s monitored and kept safe. Number two, invasive species… if we don’t control whether it’s cormorants or zebra mussels, [and] all of those things the health of our waters will cut into our economy.”With election season in full swing, Bergman will be traveling throughout the 1st district up until election day. Meanwhile other Republican candidates will rally in Alpena on Friday at the new Alpena County GOP headquarters on Chisholm Street. Senate Candidate John James who is up against current Senator Debbie Stabenow will be in attendance. Current State Representative Sue Allor and current State Senator Jim Stamas will also attend. The event takes place from 9:00 A.M. until 10:00 A.M. at 1201 W. Chisholm St.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena, America’s Water Infrastructure Act, Asian Carp, CONGRESS, Donald Trump, GOP, Great Lakes, Invasive Species, Jack Bergman, Lock, PFAS, Republicans, Sault Ste. Marie, Soo Lock, Upper Peninsula, Zebra MusselContinue ReadingPrevious What’s Trending on October 24Next Anti-bullying Relentless Tour comes to Alpena
Davante Adams knows his worth.The Packers wide receiver is having a breakout season through the team’s first 11 games and voiced that he believes he is the best player at his position in the league. But Adams still doesn’t believe he’s solidified his position among fellow receivers Antonio Brown, Julio Jones and Odell Beckham Jr.”I feel like if you ask people,” Adams said, “certain people will say that I’m a top receiver. But if you ask people to name their top receivers, they won’t mention me. So that’s where the disrespect is coming from. I don’t think they say, ‘Davante Adams sucks.’ But they think that top five, they put the same celebrities in there every time.” “I think I’m the best receiver in the NFL. I do,” Adams said earlier this week, via Ryan Wood of Packers News. “I just want to get the respect that I deserve.”Adams ranks sixth in league catches with 77, eighth in receiving yards with 1,022 and fourth in receiving touchdowns with 10. He’s on pace to break the franchise’s single-season marks, as he’s within reach of Sterling Sharpe’s 112 receptions in 1993, Sharpe’s 18 touchdown catches in 1994 and Jordy Nelson’s 1,519 yards in 2014. Related News Packers injury update: Mike Daniels, Trevor Davis placed on injured reserve In order to insert himself in the conversation, Adams will spend the remainder of the season building on his numbers and establishing more consistent production.”I think I just need to put together a resume that reflects what I’m saying,” Adams said. “It’s not fair for me at this point to say this, or to stand on the podium and scream out to the world I’m the best, but I feel like I’m the best receiver at this point in my career. Where I’m at with my abilities, I feel like I am the best.”I just have to continue doing what I’m doing. With that comes more recognition.” Packers WR Randall Cobb is ready to return to action this week vs. Cardinals