SUPPORT OUR JOURNALISM: Please consider donating to keep our website running and free for all – thank you!A knitted version of Sandringham House has raised a five figure sum for the National Health Service during its summer display at The Queen’s Norfolk home.The woolen version of the much loved royal residence has been on display …

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According to the recent report by IMARC Group, titled “Green Packaging Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026,” the global green packaging market size reached around US$ 232.8 Billion in 2020.  Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the global green packaging market to exhibit moderate growth during 2021-2026.Green packaging, also known as sustainable packaging, refers to …

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With more doses, Uganda takes vaccination drive to markets  The Boston Globesource

Sign up for alerts from The Irish Times Just click on “Allow Notifications” on the message appearing on your browser to activate them. We will send you a quick reminder in the future, in case you change your mind. The charities group The Wheel is seeking new legislation to rebalance the duty of care, as …

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Seven Australian organisations will benefit from Sony Music Group’s $100 million Global Social Justice Fund. Seven Australian organisations will benefit from Sony Music Group’s $100 million Global Social Justice Fund, part of the music giant’s commitment to support social justice and anti-racist initiatives around the globe.Sony Music announced the fund in June of 2020, and, …

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Texas A&M researchers receive $2 million grant to develop more efficient plastic waste strategy  KBTXsource

30 September 2021 by Stephen Delahunty Social media and technology company Facebook is being urged to take safeguarding concerns seriously following the launch of its new fundraising software. Facebook is in the process of rolling out new products throughout the rest of September and October that could increase a charity’s capabilities on the platform’s advert manager. The …

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Province continues to work toward approval for Boat Harbour cleanup  CBC.casource

Online fundraising complaints up by 252% during the pandemic  UK Fundraisingsource

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