Posts Tagged ‘charity’

Inspiring Idea

1st March 2013 by JimmyMBE 1 Comment

GoGetFunding Project.. I like ideas that provide opportunities which give to others, this one recent idea though has a greater twist and it started a couple of days ago when a friend gave me a link to ‘KIVA’ – the site which links prospective funders with micro businesses in areas around the world, facilitating micro […]

Absolutely Brilliant

30th January 2013 by JimmyMBE No Comments

I have only been a member of Rotary since the start of 2005, although my parents encouraged me to live a life of ‘service above self’ in the community since the mid 1960’s. I have had the privilege of being involved in a ‘Rotary Foundation’ funded program, GSE as a team leader (GSE=Group Study Exchange) […]

Direct Delivery

21st July 2010 by JimmyMBE No Comments

In an attempt to continue the flow of double headings, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to praise and thank the folk at Southampton University and The Smallpeice Trust, who were running a ‘Supercomputing in Engineering’ course for senior school students. The Smallpeice Trust is an ‘Engineering / Education’ charity which promotes all aspects of engineering […]

Be honest and up front

4th January 2009 by JimmyMBE No Comments

This particular issue has been with me for 40 years, since I first got involved in doing voluntary work. In the current economic climate you can still give as much and even give more without it hitting you financially – Ooooooh! I can hear you thinking – this sounds intriguing, well it is very simple […]