Headlines Tagged with Philanthropy/Funding — 6,248 headlines found
The Department of Health is awarding $221,194.85 in grants to reduce tobacco use in the state, it was announced in a news release. The tobacco disparities grants are aimed at reducing tobacco use among populations disproportionately affected with higher
Aug 29, 2016 Pierre (SD) Capital Journal
added Aug 29, 2016 21:30
[Austria] Warum die Salzburger Festspiele ohne jährliche 600.000 Euro eines Tabakkonzerns auskommen müssen [Why the Salzburg Festival have to do without annual 600,000 euros a tobacco company.]
Japan Tobacco International, a leading global tobacco company and owner of the former Austria Tabak is no longer. As a sponsor of the festival anyway. Last year, JTI was the last time there - with at least 600,000 Euro per year. Pereira had brought the gr
Aug 26, 2016 Die Presse (at)
added Aug 29, 2016 16:18
It's not just the troops getting free cigars. Newman and other companies donate thousands more to charities each year for silent auctions, golf tournaments and other fundraisers. "We're good citizens, and now the FDA says, 'No, no, no. No more charity,'
Aug 29, 2016 Tampa Bay (FL) Times
added Aug 29, 2016 14:51
Lambert...sold his tobacco farm to the federal government. “The tobacco settlement was a rip-off. They ripped us up one side and down the other.”..Clinton’s advisers say her plan to save coal country is informed by the lessons of the tobacco programs.
Aug 29, 2016 New York Times
added Aug 29, 2016 13:16
The gathering – another way Gower seeks to bring parishioners together to enjoy food, fun, and fellowship while raising funds for the Roman Catholic parish – was billed as “Steak, Cards, and Cigars.”
Aug 18, 2016 Johnston (RI) Sunrise
added Aug 28, 2016 19:53
The $2 million, 5,000-square-foot structure...planning to switch to 24/7 hours on Fridays and Saturdays....“Blue Smokers Matter” initiative. On Wednesday nights, first responders will be given hot dogs and hamburgers and can hang out at the store.
Aug 18, 2016 Bee Group Newspapers (Buffalo NY)
added Aug 28, 2016 19:46
Paying smokers to quit and giving them more money the longer they avoid cigarettes might help get more people to kick the habit than cessation advice on its own, a recent study suggests. To test the power of money to combat addiction, researchers in Swi
Aug 25, 2016 Reuters
added Aug 25, 2016 20:10
researchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM) will explore the effects of the combination of tobacco smoke and opiates on the tissue damage that occurs in many patients infected with HIV.
Aug 24, 2016 EurekAlert
added Aug 24, 2016 17:20
Conclusions In low-income smokers who did not receive face-to-face or telephone smoking cessation counseling, large financial incentives increased long-term rates of smoking cessation. (Financial incentives for smoking cessation in low-income smokers;
Aug 23, 2016 Journal of the American College of Cardiology
added Aug 23, 2016 22:24
The report also found that the number of people successfully quitting fell by 15% to 195,170. The statistics follow the news earlier this year that clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are cutting back on smoking cessation services as a result of public
Aug 22, 2016 Nursing in practice (uk)
added Aug 23, 2016 13:10