Beverly Hills, CA (Sharewellnewswire.com) November 7, 2012 – Jason Sugarman was just honored and holds the commission of Colonel in the State of Kentucky. He is an 8 year member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonel’s. Jason Sugarman of Beverly Hills, California was originally presented with membership in 2006 in conjunction with his work with the charity organization “Cabbage Patch Kids”. He has been active with charity causes in Kentucky for a number of years supportingorganizations that equip and empower at-risk children, youth, and their families. Jason also enjoys spending time in the Common Wealth of Kentucky playing at the home of the Ryder Cup, the famous Valhalla Golf Club. Jason Sugarman is grateful to be part of such a historic and honored order.
These days kids love to spend a lot of their free time in front of computers, video games or television sets instead of indulging themselves in some physical or mental activity. This in turn makes them suffer from health problems related to a sedentary lifestyle such as obesity, high blood pressure, etc at a very early age. Due to this, many parents are opting to send their kids to clubs where they can learn something worthwhile. Enrolling your kid in a club is probably the best thing you can do to channelize his energy during the vulnerable growing years and help him gain some perspective on what he loves to do.
Most of the clubs focus on children between the age-group of 6 to 18 years and make them participate in recreational, educational, and social programs. The immediate benefits for your kids participating in such programs are:
The single most important thing any organizer of a charity or fundraising event needs to pay attention to is their donors.
It’s simple: the donors are the ones making the contributions, and contributions are what drives your organization. Without donors and donations, your organization won’t last long enough to see its mission come to fruition.
That’s why doubling your marketing efforts within your campaign is crucial to the success of your next event, all the while keeping those donors at the top of your mind.
When I say “double your marketing efforts,” I’m not talking about the traditional marketing avenues like print, ad and TV (if you have that type of budget). The extra marketing effort should be in addition to the traditional marketing your organization does.
Here are a few examples of what I mean:
1. When You Hold An Event, Send The Donor Home With A Reminder
GlobalMissionforChildren.org (“GMFC”) announces Good Search to its donor’s, potential donors or anyone that wants to help the forgotten children around the world without taking a penny out of their pockets.
The concept behind Good Search is very simple. They are using Yahoo’s search engine and customized it to better the world. They are an ever increasingly popular search engine with a cause. The search engine powered by Yahoo! Good Search donates 50% of its revenue, approximately a penny per search, to the charities designated by its users. You use it exactly as you would any other search engine and the pennies really add up – just 1000 people searching four times a day will earn around $14,600 in a year. It doesn’t cost the users a thing!
DONATING ONE SEARCH OR ONE PURCHASE AT A TIME WITHOUT TAKING A DIME OUT OF YOUR POCKET! Supporters of www.GlobalMissionforChildren.org are using Good Search and Good Shop to raising money with every search of the Internet and every purchase on-line.
New York (Sharewellnewswire.com) September 13, 2012 – A new report released today by UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, shows that the number of under-five deaths worldwide has declined from nearly 12 million in 1990 to 6.9 million in 2011. ‘Levels & Trends in Child Mortality’ is based on estimates developed by the UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation and highlights enormous global progress in ending preventable child deaths worldwide. Yet, much more is required to bring these numbers to zero, chief among which is ensuring universal access to safe drinking water, improved sanitation, and hygiene promotion among the world’s poorest people and communities.
Dr. David Winder, CEO of WaterAid in America, speaking about the new UNICEF ‘Levels & Trends in Child Mortality’ Report stated: