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first_img Charities are missing out on fundraising opportunities because they are noteffectively targeting ethnic minority communities, according to a reportcommissioned by the London Development Agency (LDA). The report, entitled “Reaching Multicultural Britain”, also highlights the need for charities to do more to enable them to recruit staff from diverse communities. The report by Milestone Research for the Mayor’s agency for business and jobs surveyed some of the UK’s leading charities to look at how they could improve relationships with ethnic minority communities, especially in areas such as fundraising.It features details of some charities which have been successful in this area. Case studies show how Shelter, Help The Aged and Macmillan Cancer Relief have all developed successful partnerships with various ethnic minority communities. Advertisement Shelter for example has been successful in not only recruiting but also retaining and developing ethnic minority fundraisersin the mainstream voluntary sector. It did this by introducing procedures that include:advertising vacancies widely, including, where appropriate, in black andethnic minority publications.supplying information in different formats, which is indicated on the jobadvertisements.all applicants are asked to complete a monitoring form to ensure that theycan monitor their success and make any necessary improvements in attractinga diverse range of candidates.periodic reviews of their recruitment methods to make sure people areshortlisted, interviewed and appointed fairly, consistently and solely onthe requirements of the job.all members of staff attend an equal opportunities training course.all managers attend recruitment and selection training to ensure that jobapplicants are treated equally and with respect.Shelter’s Senior Management Team recognise the importance of a diverseorganisation and have made this a strategic goal. They have established a Diversity Group to look at issues specifically relating to this area and are currently in the process of recruiting a Diversity Manager.However the LDA report recommends that the voluntary sector as a whole needs to improve links with the UK’s ethnic minority communities, not least because they are estimated to have a total disposable income of over £13 billion. Manny Lewis, Deputy Chief Executive of the LDA, said: “This research is a useful contribution to the debate on how charities can improve their links with ethnic minority communities, particularly in London. The case studies in this report show how charities can benefit from accessing untappedfunding, but also in finding people for key fundraising jobs.”The report recommends that charities: encourage directors and personnel officers to work more closely togetherto look at their monitoring and recruitment processes and put in placeappropriate strategies to promote job vacancies within diverse communities. use the ethnic minority press more to publicise their vacancies withinlocal, regional and national ethnic minority and voluntary sector networks and with ethnic minority business and professional networks.share good practice in the recruitment and training of staff, taking intoaccount ethnic diversity.consider developing fundraising partnerships with individual ethnicminority organisations – through joint campaigns using models such as theHelp the Aged/HelpAge India and Macmillan Cancer Relief/Cancer Black Carepartnership campaigns.encourage community and volunteer fundraisers to form links with localethnic minority community fundraisers and with local community and voluntaryorganisations to promote joint fund-raising events and activities.The report ‘Reaching Multicultural Britain’ can be downloaded from the LDA’s Web site in Microsoft Word format (505 Kb).  27 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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.center_img Fundraisers are not targeting ethnic minority communities effectively Howard Lake | 13 August 2003 | News Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Individual giving Prospect research Recruitment / people Research / statisticslast_img read more

first_imgFollow scores from the 2019 Memorial Tournament below with our live leaderboard.Memorial Tournament leaderboard: Live scores from Round 4LeaderboardThe Memorial Tournament29 May – 1 June 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Patrick CantlayUSA-19686968642692Adam ScottAustralia-17716666682713Martin KaymerGermany-15676866722734Kevin StreelmanUSA-13726869662755Marc LeishmanAustralia-12677169692766Hideki MatsuyamaJapan-11717064722777Jordan SpiethUSA-10667069732787Jason DufnerUSA-10726968692789Emiliano GrilloArgentina-9696871712799Billy HorschelUSA-9717070682799Bud CauleyUSA-9677070722799Tiger WoodsUSA-97072706727913Justin RoseEngland-87563717128014Michael ThompsonUSA-77171716828114Xander SchauffeleUSA-76970727028114Rickie FowlerUSA-76968727228117Andrew PutnamUSA-66870747028217Byeong Hun AnSouth Korea-67272706828217Kiradech AphibarnratThailand-67071717028217Peter MalnatiUSA-67272696928217Troy MerrittUSA-66966747328222Bryson DeChambeauUSA-57470736628322Nick WatneyUSA-57468697228322Ryan ArmourUSA-57171717028322Steve StrickerUSA-56976677128322Aaron BaddeleyAustralia-57270687328327Brian HarmanUSA-47169717328427Russell KnoxScotland-46873727128427Joaquin NiemannChile-47271687328427Rory SabbatiniSouth Africa-47371707028427Austin CookUSA-47167767028427Danny WillettEngland-46969727428433Jim FurykUSA-37269756928533Tyrrell HattonEngland-37172727028533Ryan MooreUSA-36575757028533Brian StuardUSA-37865717128537Kyoung-Hoon LeeSouth Korea-26867727928637Henrik StensonSweden-27070757128637HaoTong LiChina-26972747128637Max HomaUSA-27072747028641Brendan SteeleUSA-17173756828741Matt JonesAustralia-17567697628741Kevin KisnerUSA-17567737228741Rafa Cabrera BelloSpain-17271747028741Alex NorenSweden-17370697528741David LingmerthSweden-17174717128741Si Woo KimSouth Korea-16970767228748Keith MitchellUSAPar7369707628848Vaughn TaylorUSAPar6772727728848Scott StallingsUSAPar6974737228848David LipskyUSAPar7070767228852Adam HadwinCanada+17273737128952J.T. PostonUSA+17273717328952Anirban LahiriIndia+16776757128952Lucas GloverUSA+17272697628952Gary WoodlandUSA+16971747528957Sam RyderUSA+26971747629057Sungjae ImSouth Korea+27270757329057Luke DonaldEngland+27273658029057Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa+27370717629057Pat PerezUSA+27570717429062Joost LuitenNetherlands+37371747329162Jason KokrakUSA+37173727529162Shubhankar SharmaIndia+37371697829165Adam SchenkUSA+47174727529265Corey ConnersCanada+47269747729265Abraham AncerMexico+47271757429268Joel DahmenUSA+57270777429368Matthew FitzpatrickEngland+57371747529368Norman XiongUSA+57273767229371K.J. ChoiSouth Korea+97667777729771Boo WeekleyUSA+97471797329773Ted Potter JrUSA+1270737780300Click here or refresh if you can’t view the leaderboard. MORE: Watch the Memorial Tournament live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)For Woods, ranked fifth in the world, and most other top players, this will be the final tournament before the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach with only the Canadian Open between this weekend and golf’s third major of 2019. As such, the competitive field features seven of the world’s top 10 golfers, including 2018 champion Bryson DeChambeau.Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson are among other notables competing.PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka and runner-up Dustin Johnson, the two top-ranked golfers in the world, will not be participating in the tournament. Tiger Woods is on the rebound in his first tournament since missing the cut at the 2019 PGA Championship, a surprise fall from grace that abruptly ended his Masters honeymoon.The Memorial Championship, an annual stop on Woods’ PGA Tour schedule, is as good a tournament as any to get the 15-time major champion back on track. He has won the Jack Nicklaus-founded tournament a record five times. And a familiarity with Muirfield Village Golf Club, the host course for the tournament since 1976, also plays in his favor, even though Woods hasn’t finished in the top 20 since his last victory in 2012.last_img read more