Bakers and businesses can register now to join in with the National Doughnut Week fundraising fun this May.Sponsored by CSM Bakery Solutions, the week raises funds for The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. Last year, National Doughnut Week raised £33,679 for the charity with the help of hundreds of independent bakers, cafes and shops.Independent Hertfordshire bakery Simmons Bakers raised over £900 for the charity last year.“We produced an extra range of hand-finished luxury doughnuts, and sold over 3,500 doughnuts, donating 25p each,” said the business. “It was a fantastic way for us to offer support in the way we know best – sweet treats! We are honoured to have been able to contribute to such a worthy cause and will continue to do so each year.”And Welsh business Jenkins Bakeries said its retail staff and bakery teams looked forward to the seasonal event.“Not only is it a great opportunity to showcase our range of doughnuts but also to support The Children’s Trust. We look forward to supporting again in 2019.”Bakers who register to get involved will receive a pack of promotional materials from CSM with everything they need to make the most of the occasion and raise as much money as possible through sales of doughnuts.To register for National Doughnut Week 2019 visit www.nationaldoughnutweek.org.National Doughnut Week has been running for 28 years, after being launched in 1991 by independent baker, Christopher Freeman.
Share in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Servicing February 11, 2018 680 Views Stern & Eisenberg, a regional law firm servicing ten states and the District of Columbia with a team of over 50 attorneys and 200 staff announced the hiring of Elizabeth Potter in the role of Business Development Director and the promotion of Angela Wilson to the role of Client Relations Manager.Potter and Wilson will serve critical functions in the firm’s expanded Value Department, headed by Chief Value Officer Kathy Brady. Potter, who recently served as SVP of Business Development and Member Relations for the American Legal & Financial Network (ALFN), a national, legal-based trade association in the mortgage default industry, will spearhead the firm’s business development across all practices, business lines, and regions stretching from New York to Georgia.“We’re thrilled with the team we have in place,” said Brady. “Liz is an industry veteran and has seamlessly stepped into her role representing the firm and we’re excited about the business opportunities she will help us cultivate.”Brady continued, “Our existing clients are in great hands with Angela [Wilson]. She’s worked in several roles within the firm and is well versed in the issues and pain points of our clients and I know she’ll be able to swiftly and effectively manage the day-to-day needs of our clients in the hands-on and high-touch way they’ve come to expect from Stern & Eisenberg.”Wilson in her new role will lead and handle client relations issues and escalations, drive client strategies that continuously improve firm efficiencies, education and communication efforts for existing clients. Stern & Eisenberg Expands Team HOUSING MCrowd mortgage stern & Eisenberg 2018-02-11 Nicole Casperson