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Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Experienced public servant Shane Lucas has been appointed chief executive of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, the Australian state’s body for helping those affected by gambling-related harms. Topics: People Sports betting Strategy Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation names new CEO Tags: Mobile Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Oceania Australia Email Address 18th March 2019 | By contenteditor People Experienced public servant Shane Lucas has been appointed chief executive of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, the Australian state’s body for helping those affected by gambling-related harms.Lucas has been appointed to the role by the state’s Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation Marlene Kairous following an extensive executive search process run from November 2018 to February 2019.He has previously held a number of executive and senior management roles in the non-government, government and private sectors, most recently serving as a full-time member of the Australian government’s Administrative Appeals Tribunal.He has also worked as CEO of education charity the Early Learning Association Australia between 2013 and 2017, and sat on the advisory board of Deakin University’s Master of Public Policy Programme.“Mr Lucas has a strong track record of program delivery, establishing innovative partnerships and developing strong stakeholder relationships in a career at the highest levels of the public and private sectors,” Kairouz commented.“We look forward to working with Mr Lucas to further strengthen and enhance the Government’s approach to reducing and preventing gambling harm in Victoria – his appointment is a great outcome for the Foundation.”He began his new role today (March 18), replacing Janet Dore, who has served as Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s interim chief executive since October last year. Dore took up the role following the departure of Louise Glanville, who left to become managing director of Victoria Legal Aid. She will continue to work in the role until the end of March to ensure a smooth transition.“We’d also like to thank Janet Dore for her dedicated leadership of the Foundation over the past five months, with her work ensuring that Mr Lucas is best able to hit the ground running from day one,” Kairouz added.
Mobile sports betting, which launched in January of this year, was by far the main source of income, with revenue here amounting to $3.8m, up 65.2% from $2.3m in September. Email Address Mobile drives NH sports betting revenue up to $4.2m in October 24th November 2020 | By Robert Fletcher GGR for the market, from DraftKings’ offerings in the state, was up 45.2% from $2.3m in September, while the state’s handle also increased 13.8% to $47.1m. Retail handle amounted to $6.8m, which was 70.6% higher than $4.8m wagered in the previous month. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Finance Sports betting Players also wagered $40.2m via mobile, an increase of 9.8% from September and representing 85.4% of the total amount bet during the month. Finance The New Hampshire Lottery generated $4.2m in gross gaming revenue (GGR) from sports betting in October, as the state reported month-on-month growth across both mobile and retail channels. Read the full story on iGB North America. Regions: New Hampshire In terms of retail, which did not launch until August when DraftKings opened a sportsbook in partnerhsip with Eureka Casino-owned venue The Brook, revenue reached $450,149, compared to a loss of $29,902 in September AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter
We report on the Lions’ official Maori welcome in Waitangi and pick a potential starting XV for the second game against the Blues Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is gift – that is why we call it the present.So said our guide at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. And today really was a gift, watching 300 Maori warriors officially welcome the 2017 British & Irish Lions to New Zealand.The Lions would no doubt be happy to consign yesterday’s underwhelming 13-7 win over NZ Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei to history but today’s spectacle an hour north is something the entire touring party will long treasure.Even watching from the sidelines as a member of the media you felt part of something truly special. The traditions and passion involved in Maori ceremonies always engage the audience, but the sheer numbers involved at Waitangi and the sense of occasion raised the bar. The weather delivered too, blue sky and sunshine a stark contrast to the teeming rain of 24 hours earlier. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The challenge: Sam Warburton faces the Maori warriors in Waitangi. Photo: Getty Images “We had quite a few Maori welcomes for the 2011 World Cup and Wales toured here last summer, but that was like nothing I’ve experienced before. It was brilliant,” said Lions captain Sam Warburton. “The day and the setting made it even more special. Off the field, that’s one of the best experiences I’ve had through rugby.”The Lions made an impact too, performing their four tour songs – Calon Lan, Highland Cathedral, Jerusalem and The Fields of Athenry – in reply to the Maori welcome. “The choir delivered,” smiled Warburton.SIGN OF RESPECTLions tour manager John Spencer spoke of the privilege of experiencing such a welcome and of showing “respect and friendship” to the Maori people. The crowd at Toll Stadium on Saturday night didn’t show quite the same level of respect to the Lions!Welcome ceremony: Maori warriors face the Lions at Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Photo: Getty Images“This is the worst Lions team ever.” “Why isn’t Susan Boyle playing at full-back?” “You’re worse than the 2005 Lions.”Those are just three examples of things fans shouted from the seats behind the press box as the Lions struggled to see off the Barbarians side. It takes a lot to earn the respect of New Zealanders when it comes to rugby and the Lions have a long way to go to achieve that particular goal set by coach Warren Gatland. ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENTThe issues in terms of jet lag and a lack of preparation time are well documented but their first opponents were a scratch side too, only training together for a week before running out in front of an expectant crowd in Whangarei.Steady: The scrum was a fairly even contest on Saturday night. Photo: Getty ImagesThe tourists will have been disappointed not to have dominated the opener physically, failing to assert themselves at the set-piece or the contact area, and while their intent in attack was clear – playing fast and wide – they lacked accuracy. The All Blacks are known for their ruthless edge so the Lions must become clinical in the coming weeks if they are to have a chance in the Test series.INTO THE BLUESNext up are Tana Umaga’s Blues. The Auckland-based franchise have been inconsistent in Super Rugby this season; they have won half of their 14 games to date, losing six and drawing one, and are the worst performing Kiwi team.Gatland has already talked of the threat the Blues pose physically, so what team should he pick for the game at Eden Park on Wednesday? It will be a completely different starting XV and here’s a potential line-up for game two…Liam Williams; George North, Elliot Daly, Robbie Henshaw, Jack Nowell; Dan Biggar, Conor Murray; Jack McGrath, Ken Owens, Dan Cole, Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes, Peter O’Mahony (capt), Sean O’Brien, CJ Stander.Double time: Will Conor Murray and Dan Biggar team up at half-back? Photo: InphoFirst, with his key leadership figures all playing against the Barbarians, it looks like a choice between Owens and O’Mahony as captain. We’re tipping the Irishman to edge it as Owens focuses on his return from injury.FOR THE LATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS, CLICK HEREThere are familiar combinations up front with the all-Irish back row and English/Saracens engine room, while half-backs Murray and Biggar have been rooming together. In midfield the arcing break and kicking game of Daly, the only replacement not to make it onto the field on Saturday, would complement the power of Henshaw. Williams is one of the best operators under the high ball in the squad – an area where the Lions struggled in the first game – while Nowell and North are danger men out wide.We’ll see how close (or wrong!) we are when Gatland names his team to play the Blues tomorrow, but whoever runs out at Eden Park knows there needs to be a significant improvement in performance.
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS A buyers’ guide to the best boots for the match-winning kickers – The colour scheme might be a bit out there for some, although the Battenburg styling will appeal to those who like to stand outBuy Now from Amazon from £22.49Buy Now from ProDirectRugby for £40Buy Now from Puma for £70Adidas Malice Elite SG Boots(Adidas)A boot for speedy backs that won’t break the bank. Asymmetrical laces make more space for a clean contact and a series of raised dots on the upper enhance ball control for kickers.The stud pattern combines metal and plastic studs offering plenty of traction year-round without causing discomfort on hard pitches. The upper is synthetic and keeps feet firmly in place to allow quick changes of direction.+ A boot that can be used year-round all for a very reasonable price+ An enlarged contact patch makes kicking simple and consistent– The mix of orange, purple, and yellow may be a bit much for someBuy Now from Amazon from £42Asics Menace 3 S SG Boots(Asics)Loud, proud, and deadly. These striking peach and gold boots will have you feeling like a pro before you have even stepped foot on the pitch. The nylon and microfibre upper is exceptionally light but strong enough to last for match after match after match.A stiff sole plate means that all of your sprinting power is directed straight through the ground so you can reach your max speed as you flash through the line. These double as football boots so unsurprisingly the contact zone is perfect for kicking.+ Light as air but with a stiff sole to allow you to be agile and quick+ Six-stud design gives you enough traction without added heft– Not for forwards. Everything that is good about these boots is what makes them not a good choice for a forwardBuy Now from Lovell Rugby for £80Buy Now from ProDirectRugby for £101Buy Now from Amazon from £155Nike Mercurial Superfly Elite DF SG Boots(Nike)The Mercurial Superfly Elite is an example of where boots for backs are heading. The knit upper is exceptionally lightweight; it is basically just a slightly over-engineered sock. That means two things – unrivalled comfort and unrivalled agility.No matter what boot you were wearing before, these will be a monumental step up. Add plenty of traction, thanks to the combination of stud types, and a perfect kicking surface, designed for a football, and these boots are ideal for a kicker looking to break open the game.+ Built for football, these boots are ideal if you plan on making kicking a part of your game+ These soft-ground boots have a stud pattern that should allow for year-round use– I don’t have to tell you that £200+ for boots is extraordinarily expensiveBuy Now from Lovell Rugby for £260Buy Now from Sports Direct for £138.50Buy Now from ProDirectRugby for £260Nike Phantom Vision 2 Pro DF Mens FG Boots(Nike)These boots will split the readers. Some will think they are eyesores, others, will agree with me and think they look fantastic.They are designed for football, which means the kicking consistency is excellent. That contact zone is enhanced by the Ghost Lace System, which conceals the laces. Sadly, this also removes any excuses if you do shank one off the kicking tee. The inner bootie adds excellent comfort and a tight fit to enhance agility and speed.+ Fully concealed laces create an enormous contact area for kicking+ The mesh and Nikeskin upper make for an incredibly light boot– I love it but the styling is admittedly polarisingBuy Now from Lovell Rugby for £90Buy Now from ProDirectRugby for £70Buy Now from Sports Direct for £90That completes our round-up of the best boots for kickers in 2020. Best Rugby Boots for Kickers 2021You are lining up to kick at goal for the match-winning points. At that point there is nothing more crucial than what is on your feet. If you don’t have confidence in your footwear, you will struggle to win the match.The most important factor is grip, if you can’t rely on your planted foot, then the contact zone is irrelevant. Most soft-ground boots aimed at backs feature a combination of plastic studs and metal ones, these offer the perfect amount of grip in even the worst of conditions.The contact zone is the area that propels the ball forwards. For consistency you want this clear of any laces, stitching or unnecessary detailing. You may consider a football boot, especially on a solid surface, as they tend to have consistent and large contact zones.If kicking isn’t an important part of your game, look at our guides for the best boots for forwards and best boots for backs. Otherwise, this guide will help you find the boots to take your kicking to the next level.Best Rugby Boots for KickersGilbert Kaizen 1.0 SG Boots(Gilbert)Designed for speed and agility, these are ideal for fleet-footed outside backs. A knitted upper, brought over from football boots, hugs the foot without adding more than the bare essentials in weight. Perfect for some dazzling footwork and a sprint into the open field.The offset laces mean that, when your best option is to kick, you can do it with confidence thanks to an unbroken kicking zone.+ Very lightweight but still offering a solid and secure fit+ A raised heel ensures you are always in the most powerful position when you need to surge by the last defender– The knitted upper and lightweight construction means you can expect a few bruised toes, even if you avoid rucks as much as possibleBuy Now from Lovell Rugby for £45Buy Now from ProDirectRugby for £40Buy Now from Amazon from £83.84Adidas Predator XP FG Boots(Adidas)As a kid, the Predator was the boot you had to have if you were playing football. That boot has evolved to this. The Predator XP has a knit upper to provide breathability but that is combined with foot security so you can dart left and right and know that your foot will be held in place.Asymmetrical laces increase the contact patch so you can be confident of a consistent outcome when kicking.+ Extra padding around the ankle cuff will protect your ankle joint from any impact+ Lightweight and comfortable but with a secure fit to allow for fast footwork– The firm ground studs probably won’t offer enough traction in the midwinter so you will need a second pair for soft groundBuy Now from Sports Direct for £120Buy Now from ProDirectRugby for £127Buy Now from Lovell Rugby for £170Adidas X.Ghosted 1 FG Boots(Adidas)Ideal for speedy backs who steer clear of the rough stuff or prioritise accurate kicking over the odd bruise. Exceptionally lightweight construction and sock like comfort will leave you feeling like you’re not wearing any shoes at all.A carbon-fibre insert under the foot means that all power is sent straight through the turf to fire you forward rather than lost in a bendy sole. There is plenty of space on the toe and instep for consistent and accurate kicking, whether at goal or sliding through a grubber.+ Exceptionally lightweight but more than comfortable enough to wear for hours on end+ Ideal for kickers who want a clear contact patch between boot and ball– Right at the top end of the budget for most and, unless you live somewhere warm and dry, unusable in the winter monthsBuy Now from Adidas for £179.95Buy Now from Sports Direct for £179.99Buy Now from Lovell Rugby for £180Puma Future 5.3 Netfit FG/AG Boots(Puma)The Future is aptly named, this is what rugby boots will become. Part sock and part boot, the Future is super lightweight but with a lacing system that keeps the foot firmly locked down.That means despite the flimsy looking exterior they will allow you to dance around with as much confidence as any ‘normal’ looking boot. Unsurprisingly, for a football boot, the contact area is ideal for kickers.+ Perfect for powering through the line or dancing past a defender, thanks to excellent foot security+ Great on hard surfaces and synthetic ground, this offer usage in all but the worst conditions Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Please follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Submit an Event Listing Al término de su reunión, el Rvdmo. Michael B. Curry, obispo presiente y primado de la Iglesia Episcopal ofrece una reflexión sobre las decisiones y debates de los primados de la Comunión Anglicana.Un vídeo de las palabras del obispo primado Curry se encuentran aquí.Los primados se reunieron en la catedral de Cantórbery, Inglaterra, del 2 al 6 de octubre.Información sobre la Reunión de los Primados se encuentra aquí.Información sobre la Comunión Anglicana se encuentra aquí.Lo que sigue es el texto de la reflexión del Obispo Primado en la Reunión de los Primados de la Comunión Anglicana: Estoy aquí en la catedral de Cantórbery, la iglesia madre de la Comunión Anglicana, donde el arzobispo de Cantórbery ha reunido y congregado a los primados de la Comunión. Acabamos de concluir lo que fue una significativa, una hermosa y, ciertamente, una santa reunión de los primados de nuestra Comunión. Concluimos nuestro tiempo juntos lavándonos los pies unos a otros, siguiendo la enseñanza y el ejemplo de nuestro Señor y Salvador, Jesucristo.Esto no fue sólo un encuentro. Esto no fue sólo una reunión. Esto fue, como un amigo mío suele decir, una santa convocación. Nos congregamos en el nombre de nuestro Señor Jesucristo, e hicimos nuestro trabajo juntos en acuerdo y desacuerdo, siguiendo su espíritu y en su espíritu. Al principio, comenzamos con un retiro dirigido por el arzobispo de Cantórbery con meditaciones y largos períodos de silencio donde oramos porque el espíritu de Dios morara en nosotros y nos condujera.Poco después, entramos en un tiempo de explorar asuntos de gran interés para la Iglesia, asuntos internos, preparación para la [Conferencia de] Lambeth 2020 y la reunión de los obispos de nuestra Comunión, el debate de cómo se desenvolvería y algunos planes preliminares.Continuamos a lo largo de una jornada debatiendo, con alguna extensión y con alguna profundidad y genuina sinceridad y caridad cristiana, las decisiones de nuestros hermanos y hermanas de la Iglesia Episcopal Escocesa de adoptar medidas para que miembros del mismo sexo recibieran la bendición del matrimonio.Luego proseguimos y entramos a discutir durante los próximos días los modos en que la Iglesia puede seguir a Jesucristo en el mundo como su testigo. Debatimos extensamente la realidad y la necesidad de los anglicanos a través del mundo de vivir realmente como discípulos del Señor Jesucristo, siguiendo sus pisadas y viviendo sus enseñanzas y su espíritu. Debatimos los modos prácticos de ayudar a que nuestra Iglesia llegue a estar más centrada en el discipulado y que genuinamente tome en serio la Gran Comisión de hacer discípulos de todas las naciones. Eso entonces nos llevó a una larga y extensa conversación acerca de la evangelización en y por la Comunión Anglicana en el mundo, invitando a otros a esa relación con Cristo, compartiendo nuestros relatos y nuestras trayectorias con nuestro Dios.Pasamos luego a debatir el medioambiente en que vivimos —el mundo creado de Dios— y a escuchar las historias del impacto del cambio climático en las vidas de nuestros hermanos anglicanos y de [todos] los seres humanos a través del mundo, especialmente en el mundo en desarrollo. Oímos historias de carestía de alimentos. Oímos historias de climas implacables que ahora son un peligro y que les impiden a las personas tener la clase de vida abundante a que todos estamos destinados.En medio de este período, tuvo lugar la masacre de Las Vegas y debo decirles que mis hermanos primados se reunieron en torno a mí y oraron. Se reunieron en torno a mí y en torno a ustedes. Oramos y redactamos una declaración, y anhelamos el día en que en nuestro país no veamos muertes por armas de fuego.Después, continuamos dedicados al mundo con mucha mayor profundidad. Abordamos los problemas de migración e inmigración, de trata de seres humanos, y oímos testimonios de todo el ámbito de la Comunión Anglicana de cómo la Iglesia está realmente intentando hacer el mundo de Dios humano y habitable para todos los hijos de Dios.Seguimos luego debatiendo muchas cosas que tienen que ver con la vida diaria del mundo. Pasamos la mayor parte de nuestro tiempo, para ser muy sincero, no dedicados a hablar de las cosas internas de la Iglesia, sino de las cosas externas, donde la Iglesia puede aportar su ministerio que conlleva seguir a Jesús.Esta fue una reunión donde, en las palabras del difundo arzobispo William Temple, en verdad sí reflejamos a la Iglesia siendo la Iglesia. William Temple dijo una vez que la Iglesia es la única sociedad que no existe para beneficio de sus propios miembros; existe para beneficio del mundo.Y, bien puede ser que, al tiempo que el primado de Jerusalén y del Oriente Medio y Chipre concluía su presentación de las relaciones interreligiosas, esta oración sea nuestra oración y una oración para todos nosotros:Que cuiden al bebé de Belén como si fuera propio. Que el muchacho de Nazaret sea para ustedes un amigo. Que el hombre de Galilea haga llegar su mano sanadora. Que el Cristo del Calvario preste su coraje. Que el Señor Resucitado envíe su promesa y sus santos ángeles les defiendan [a ustedes] hasta el fin.Desde la catedral de Cantórbery, Dios les bendiga, Dios les guarde. Que Dios nos sostenga a todos en esas todopoderosas manos de amor.Rvdmo. Michael B. CurryObispo Presidente y PrimadoDe la Iglesia Episcopal AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Rector Washington, DC Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Mama Mia TAGSKelly ParkOrange County Parks and Recreation Previous articleHow do you escape a sinking vehicle?Next article10 New Florida Laws That Went into Effect This Month Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Of course, the overdo burning never ends………. July 18, 2019 at 11:21 pm 1 COMMENT Please enter your name here Reply In an effort to prevent wildfires while maintaining natural ecological systems, land managers with the Orange County Parks and Recreation Division plan to perform a prescribed burn on 10 acres today, Tuesday, July 16, weather permitting, at Kelly Park, 400 E. Kelly Park Rd., Apopka. The park will remain open.County lands are managed as natural areas and periodic fires are needed to keep the systems in good condition. Fire is a natural and important ecological force, which has shaped these properties over time. Plants and animals that live in these systems are adapted to and depend upon periodic fires for their continued survival.Benefits of prescribed burning include the removal of accumulated fuels; the increase of wildlife and wildflowers; and the restoration of scenic vistas as undergrowth is reduced.Land managers need a narrow range of weather conditions outlined in park-specific fire prescriptions in order to burn. These prescriptions consider such things as ground moisture, humidity, wind speed, wind direction and the ability of the atmosphere to carry smoke harmlessly away from the area. The Florida Forest Service must agree with fire prescriptions and issue permits to allow prescribed fire. The Anatomy of Fear
Church Army has appointed Edna Darko-Sarkwa as its new Head of Fundraising.Church Army currently receives about £1.6 million annually to support its activities including around 300 Church Army evangelists.Edna has worked in the charity sector for the last four years as a freelance in fundraising and marketing management roles. Her most recent work was with the British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK as National Campaigns Manager. Before that, she held various senior roles working for 4Children, BackCare and USPG. Advertisement James Archer, Church Army’s Central Services Director said: “Church Army would love to be able to fund more evangelists to work among those that the church finds hard to reach but to do so we need to increase our donation income. Edna brings a wealth of fundraising experience to this challenging role.”As well as a new head of fundraising, Church Army also recently appointed Mark Russell as Chief Executive. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Management Recruitment / people Howard Lake | 23 October 2006 | News 17 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis New head of fundraising at Church Army 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.
Small charities should collaborate to stay afloat says FSI Melanie May | 15 June 2016 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis9 83 total views, 1 views today One in ten small UK charities see closure as likely, yet less than 10 per cent are collaborating with other charities to pool resources and deliver services according to figures from The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI), the charity behind Small Charity Week, which is taking place this week.The findings are revealed in Collaboration: more than the sum of the parts, a report launched by the FSI today in the House of Lords as part of the week’s Policy Day events.The report shows that declining funds (26%) combined with a rise in workload (32%) means small charities lack the fundamental resources to stay open, yet despite 66 per cent of respondents claiming to collaborate with other small charities, the report shows that 90 per cent of these are referring to purely networking and not a meaningful partnership, such as a merger (3%) or a joint venture (6%).It suggests that the key to unlocking the solutions to the social problems today may depend on better collaboration, with the research showing that through collaboration, small charities can deliver more services whilst spending less time delivering them. Eighty nine per cent of those who report to be in a strategic alliance spend less time or an equal amount of time working to deliver the proportion of services covered, according to the FSI.Pauline Broomhead, CEO at the FSI said:“The results from the research indicate, quite strongly, that small charities don’t collaborate enough in any meaningful way. This is a real loss for the sector as there is no doubt that small charities are extremely good at coming up with solutions to some of the most serious social problems facing the world today. In isolation, they may be too small to take a great idea or a great solution to a wider beneficiary audience but partnering up with another organisation can set the wheels in motion.” Advertisement Tagged with: Research / statistics small charities 84 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis9 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.