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Motorola announced the expansion of Moto Hubs in the southern region with the opening of experiential retail stores in Chennai, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lenovo has set up its first Moto Hub here becoming the first such store in South shlf1314.themes,there are some that are trying to do something good while they’re at it – and doubling up as hubs for social awareness Not only do these cafés serve delicious items for foodies but also seek to stir up one’s conscience These have also been focal points to create awareness support many social causes andevenfight social stigma Here are eight such cafés that are redefining the food industry with their initiative and courage These humbling experiences simply cater to the soul and not just your tummy Sheroes Hangout Café Agra: Café run by acid attack survivors (Source: sheroeshangoutcom) The historic city of Agra that ishosttothe Taj Mahal and is the hub of tourism for both national and international tourist also boasts ofthis beautiful café Sheroes is run by women who have fought back for life and survived heinous acid attacks The café management believes their staffs are “courageous fighters who walk with scars” The café is a step to empower these fighters A readers’ cafe that conducts regular workshops is also a community radio hub and exhibits works crafted by these powerful women Located very close to the Taj Mahal and launched in 2014 it is quite popular among tourists The café runs on a pay-as-you-wish concept and offers free Wi-Fi It also has a library thatgets books through contributions Not just for the tit-bits or beverages head to this café to know the stories about these fighters and to imbibe their spirit of never to give up The world’s first café chain run by female acid attack survivors hopes to provide opportunity to these women to be back in the mainstream society The chain is also planning to spread into other parts of the country They have other outlets in Lucknow and Udaipur as of now KunZum Travel Café New Delhi: Travel inspired café where you pay-as-you-wish (Source: Kunzumcom) This place in South Delhi’s Hauz Khas Village tries to capture the essence and joy of travelling Just by visiting this café and seeing the amazing pictures that are on display on its wall one would feel the ardent desire to just pick a backpack and to start a voyage With an aim to let fellow travel enthusiasts meet in real life and not only virtually over some social media site the café was set up in 2010 It offers free Internet and staple food and beverages; and patrons can pay astheywish There are books and photographs about beautiful places around the world toact as inspiration as visitorsswaptravel stories with others There are also regular lectures and live music sessions So head to this café if you are planning to take a trip to anywhere in the world there are enough veteran travellers who would be happy to share their learnings with you Seva Café Bengaluru – Restaurant run by volunteers and works on “pay forward” basis Imagine a café where the menu booklet has no prices of items written on it and bill reads Rs0 with only a footnote: “Your meal was a gift from someone who came before you To keep the chain of gifts alive we invite you to pay it forward for those dine after you” Here volunteers cook and serve meals as a gift and guests are invited to make a contribution from the heart to keep the circle of giving going The café has other branches in Ahmedabad Mumbai and Pune The volunteers also carry out these ventures in different cities and offer ‘seva’ to provide meals to organisations with needs Anyone can join them and participate in their humble effort and experience joy (Source: Reuters file photo) Tihar Jail food court New Delhi – Canteen run by prison inmates Tihar Food Court in New Delhi a rehabilitation effort started by the Tihar prison is sited half-a-kilometre away from prisoners’ dormitories In South Asia’s largest prison complex the inhabitantshave been given an opportunity to transform their lives in a better way To be eligible to leave prison and work in the restaurant inmates must have kept up an “unblemished record” through at least 12 years of imprisonment and have a high school education Prisoners eligible to be released within two years are picked for the job to minimise their temptation to escape They travel to work by cycle or on foot as authorities “trust them enough” not to need a security escort (Source: Pappadava restaurant Kochi/ Facebook) The ‘Giving Tree’ Pappadavada Kerala – A free community fridge for the poor and hungry Millions of people in shlf1314 die of chronic hunger and hunger-related diseases every year In an attempt to contribute to society and feed the needy Minu Pauline — owner of Pappadavada a restaurant chain in Ernakulam Kerala — has installed a fridge accessible 24×7 where the restaurant keeps 50 food packets every day and people willing to donate excess food are welcome to do so as well The restaurant requests people to mark date of preparation of the food on the packets they donate to check and take out the food that expires Reportedly the restaurant bears the electricity bill for the fridge and has decided to clean it twice a week It has also installed a CCTV camera for security So head there for the authentic Kerala cuisine and help others get food too (Source: ambafrance-inorg) Café Toto Kolkata – French café that employees people from underprivileged background With support from the Kolkata French consulate this café in the southern part of the city is run in collaboration between NGO Tomorrow’s Foundation and the French NGO Life Project 4 Youth Trained by French volunteers young adults from deprived backgrounds serve up delectable European fare at the one-of-a-kind restaurant-school Café Toto Aged between 18and24 years in a one-year course divided into three sections spanning five days a week these luck ones get to learn English IT skills communication personal skills and a micro-economic activity which – in Toto’s case – is cooking The café that can host only 20 people at a time is open two to three days a week for lunch; but theyevenrun home delivery services (Source: Cat Cafe Studio/ Facebook) Cat Studio Café Mumbai – A cat-friendly café that’s home to rescue cats The Cat Café Studio is a shelter for rescued cats and kittens The animal lovers who run the café ensure that all of the rescued cats are healthy de-wormed de-fleadandlitter-trained They also wish that the rescued cats are adopted and taken to loving homes The adoptions are completely free They accept donations in cat food treats medicines and other necessary things (source: Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal/File) Puppychino New Delhi – shlf1314’s first dog-friendly café Puppychino located in south Delhi is said to beshlf1314’s first dog café where canines and humans can socialise together An offbeat restaurant for dog lovers fits snugly among the concept showrooms housed in tall buildings Inside the café the walls are cool and pale the furniture minimalistic and there’s synergy in design that caters to two sets of clientele — that come on four feet as well astwo The enclosure where around 10 dogs can romp at a time is uncluttered but for two benches Two sisters in their twenties started Puppychino because they were guilty of leaving their own dogs behind when they went out For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News

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Leeds alumni pledge £11,000 in one night

first_img Tagged with: alumni Individual giving matched giving Telephone fundraising 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. Howard Lake | 28 October 2009 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The University of Leeds is in Tier 3 of the scheme, receiving £1 in matched funding for every £3 donated inclusive of Gift Aid, up to a potential total match of £2.75 million. The formula means that every £3 donated by alumni can be worth up to £5 with Gift Aid and the government match.Adrian Salmon, Annual Fund Manager at the University of Leeds, said: “We’re delighted with the response from alumni to the Big Match. Our telephone fundraising team is made up of current Leeds students and is over 70 strong this year. For two thirds of the team, it’s their first experience of telephone fundraising.“They’re hugely enjoying not just the generosity from our alumni, but the sense they now have of a real connection with former generations of Leeds students, many of whom have led fascinating lives since graduation. Our telephone campaigns really help us build a wider Leeds community, as well as providing invaluable financial support for current Leeds students”.The team is also tweeting live from the calling room each night. Salmon believes that they could be the first charity in the UK to ‘live tweet’ a telephone campaign.“We hear so many fascinating stories over the phone each night and Twitter is a great way of sharing them quickly,” said Salmon.“We’ve heard about legendary student pranks, great fundraising our own alumni have done for other charities, and of course it’s also a way for us to thank our alumni for their generosity in real time. Telephone campaigns like this can be treated as invisible fundraising, but we think they offer a wonderful opportunity for our alumni to be able to share in the energy and enthusiasm of their University and their peers” The University of Leeds’ Big Match campaign has generated nearly £25,000 in pledges from alumni in just over a week, with £11,000 of that being raised on one night (26 October).‘The Big Match’ is Leeds’ promotion of HEFCE’s Matched Funding Scheme for Universities, designed to help English universities boost alumni participation in philanthropic giving.A total of £200 million has been allocated for matching until July 2011, which universities receive at a 1:1, 1:2 or 1:3 ratio, depending on their fundraising experience, and up to a preset cap. Advertisement Leeds alumni pledge £11,000 in one night  29 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img

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