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Приложение 2 ОБРАЗЦЫ ДОКУМЕНТОВ ДЛЯ СВЯЗЕЙ С ОБЩЕСТВЕННОСТЬЮ НА АНГЛиЙСК0М ЯЗЫКЕ ПРЕСС-РЕЛИЗ
PENNSYLVANIAS INSURED AND UNINSURED: WHO ARE THEY
П РИГЛАШЕНИЯ CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
T HE CITY COUNCIL
IN CELEBRATION OF THE 25™ ANNIVERSARY OF THE MIRACLE LTD
John Carter Production Manager Goover Ltd 24, Loop str. Leeds 12 March 200...
ПИСЬМО ПОТЕНЦИАЛЬНЫМ СПОНСОРАМ
Данилина Документы в связях с в обществ.. С общественностью составление документов теория и практика
PRoject — ведущее PR-агентство в России и СНГ, работающее на рынке с 1996 г. PRojectпредоставляет услуги более чем 50 коммерческим и некоммерческим предприятиям. Клиентская база Агентства включает в себя такие известные транснациональные компании, как.... и другие.
Агентство, центральный офис которого в Москве насчитывает более ста сотрудников, предоставляет своим клиентам полный спектр коммуникационных услуг. PRojectимеет постоянные представительства в 15 городах СНГ, в том числе в Санкт-Петербурге, Киеве и Алма-Ате, где действуют дочерние компании Агентства. Большинство наших клиентов работают со специально сформированными командами сотрудников, однако при этом они имеют постоянный доступ к региональным ресурсам и интеллектуальному капиталу компании.
В настоящее время список клиентов PRojectвключает:
ПРЕДВАРИТЕЛЬНАЯ СМЕТА РАСХОДОВ
Агентство возьмет на себя осуществление всего комплекса коммуникационных услуг, включая позиционирование BeFit, работу с бизнес-партнерами и работу со СМИ, за 20 000 долларов в месяц (без НДС). Накладные расходы по всем обозначенным направлениям оплачиваются отдельно.
Если Клиент примет предложенную программу не полностью, выбрав одно или несколько направлений, бюджет будет обсуждаться отдельно.
ОБРАЗЦЫ ДОКУМЕНТОВ ДЛЯ СВЯЗЕЙ С ОБЩЕСТВЕННОСТЬЮ НА АНГЛиЙСК0М ЯЗЫКЕ
INTERCITY EAST COAST
12, Green str., London, tel. (000) 999-999-88, fax (000) 999-999-87,
e-mail intercityec@mail. uk
Contact: Jane Spring 44 44 444 (Office)
33 33 333 (Home)
For immediate release
The Great North Run Speeds Ahead
One of the fastest trains in the country was officially called Great North Run in Newcastle on Friday 12 April, as InterCity East Coast announced plans to once again subsponsor the North-East's premier athletic event.
Mike McLeod, winner of the first Great North Run, unveiled a specially-cast red and silver nameplate on the side of an InterCity 255 train, which travels the high speed rout between London and Scotland daily.
«Our trains complete their own Great North Run every day, travelling hundreds of miles to link the North-East with London and Scotland,» said Brian Burdsall, Managing Director of InterCity East Coast. «We are delighted to be able to support this major event in the British Athletics calendar.»
The annual event in Newcastle attracts a field of world-renowned international runners, club athletes and fun-runners.
13 April 200...
International Society for Krishna Consciousness
Founder Acarya His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
THE HARE KRISHNA MOVEMENT IN AMERICA ORIGINATED FROM THE OLDEST RELIGION IN INDIA
When A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (Srila Prabhupada) entered the ports of New York City on September 17,1965, few Americans took notice-but he was not merely another immigrant. He was on a mission to introduce an ancient religion, which originated in India, into main-stream America.
His mission succeeded, and before his passing on November 14,1977, he saw the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) grow into a worldwide confederation with over 300 temples and communities.
Srila Prabhupada's Hare Krishna movement js an authentic modern expression of the Bhagavad-gita, the spiritual teaching spoken by the Deity, Lord Krishna over 5,000 years ago. This ancient scripture docu-
ments the conversation Lord Krishna had with his intimate friend and dis-
ciple Arjuna, just before the battle of Kurukshetra.
The understanding of Lord Krishna's philosophy was revitalized in the latter part of the 15th century, when the long predicted birth of Sri Chai-tanya, the incarnation of Krishna, occurred in 1486.
Sri Chaitanya introduced an expansive spiritual movement, which
swept India and gained a following of millions. Through the work of his
closet disciples, hundreds of volumes on the philosophy of Krishna con
sciousness were complied. ISKCON is a continuation of the movement
Sri Chaitanya began.
In ancient times people discriminated against low caste persons and non-Hindus, not allowing them to participate in many religious activities. Sri Chaitanya ignored the social prejudices of that time, allowing all to become spiritually enlightened through the chanting of Hare Krishna.
He introduced the easiest means to attain self-realization in this age by
chanting God's holy names: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna,
Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare. I
The Krishna movement waned in the years which followed. Then in the late 19th century Bhaktivinoda Thakura, a representative in the line of succession coming from Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, established a religious society to revive interest in the teaching of Sri Chaitanya and Lord Krishna. His son, Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami, continued
his work by establishing an institution, the Guadiya Math, to spread Krishna consciousness throughout India.
Bhaktisiddhanta met Srila Prabhupada in 1922. At their first meeting he asked Prabhupada to spread the teaching of Lord Krishna to the English speaking world. After Bhaktisiddhanta, who became Srila Prabhupada's spiritual master, gave him this mission, Prabhupada spent the next 43 years preparing for his travel to America.
When Srila Prabhupada finally arrived in New York in 1965, he was
69 years old. Most men his age retire and live leisurely - not Prabhupada
- this was the beginning of his mission in life. From that time forward, most of Prabhupada's greatest achievements in life occurred.
While in America he translated two of India's prominent ancient Vedic works of literature, the Bhagavad-gita and Srimad-Bhagavatam.
Srila Prabhupada taught his followers that they must revive humanity's inherent natural spiritual principles. To do so, members follow four basic regulations: no eating meat, fish or eggs; no gambling; no illicit sex; and no intoxication of any kind, including tobacco, coffee and tea. ISKCON members believe indulgence in these activities disrupts physical, mental and spiritual well-being, and increases anxiety and conflict in society.
In the final 12 years of Srila Prabhupada's life, he expanded his Krishna consciousness movement throughout the world. He translated a wide array of Vedic literature and more than 70 books, which are distributed through the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust (BBT).
His books have been noted by many distinguished scholars and are often used in college and university Indian philosophy and religion courses. BBT has become the leading publisher and distributor of Indian literature in the West.
For more information, please contact ISKCON Communications at
PENNSYLVANIA'S INSURED AND UNINSURED: WHO ARE THEY?
Pennsylvania has one of the highest rates of people with health insurance-about 90 percent of the state's residents-in the country. About 11 million of the state's 12 million residents have health care coverage.
According to a study completed for the Commonwealth's Health Care Cost Containment Council, the high
rate of insured in Pennsylvania is due» in part, to Blue Cross and Blue Shield, which provide health care cov-
erage to 5.9 million of the state's 7.3 million Pennsylvanians younger than 65 who have private insurance,
Another 3.2 million are covered fey Medicare (most older than 65) and Medicaid,
Of the state's insured during 1991:
• 7.3 million younger than 65 have private health insurance.
* 5.9 million have Blue Cross and Blue Shield coverage.
14Л million have Blue Cross and Blue Shield large employer group coverage.
♦ 1.1 million have Blue Cross and Blue Shield small employer group coverage.
• 225,000 buy Blue Cross and Blue Shield coverage directly for themselves.
* 1.9 million, mostly older than 65, are covered by Medicare.
♦ L4 million arc covered by private Medicare supplemental insurance.
♦ 905.000 are covered by Medicare supplemental insurance from Blue Cross and Blue Shield, including
650,000 who purchase 65-Spectal themselves and 255,000 retirees with employer-paid coverage.
*\Amillion are covered by Medicaid.
Although Pennsylvania has one of the lowest rates of uninsured in the nation, one out of ten Pennsylvanians
is financially at risk eitfier because of lack of health insurance or coverage that is inadequate. Currently, many I
Pennsylvania citi2m* have no primary care source such as a family physician and ultimately resort to hospital
emergency room care. They are unable to pay for doctor visits, diagnostic tests or needed prescriptions. The cost I
of the uninsured is ultimately shifted to those who can pay. For example, Pennsylvania businesses currently carry
the burden of the cost of health care for tb» uninsured at an annual estimated price tag of $356 million, accord-
ing to Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council reports.
Of the state's uninsured:
* 1.3 million Pennsylvania residents are uninsured.
6S.5 percent of Pennsylvania's uninsured are adults; more than 50 percent of those adults work full- or
28.7 percent of the state's uninsured are children (younger than 18).
Two-thirds of all Pennsylvanians not covered by any health insurance are working or are the dependents
of working people.
* 43 percent of the state's uninsured are 18-34 years old.
• More than 70 percent of the uninsured in Pennsylvania are considered low-income, which is defined as
falling below 150 percent of me poverty income level, or about $20,925 annually for a family of four.
* Id Pennsylvania, a family at 100 percent of the federal poverty level ($ 13,950 for a family of four) is not
eligible for primary care under the Medical Assistance program.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans of Pennsylvania are non-profit companies formed in the late 1930s with
a social mission to make health care coverage accessible to all Pennsylvania», regardless of age, occupation or
medical condition. The Plans continue to develop new programs of coverage designed to make health care cov-
erage more affordable, thus reducing ^ state's rate of uninsured citizens.
I Source for uninsured daia: Employee Benefit Research Institute; Source* of Health Jmuranee and Characterises of the Uatnnmd.
To offer youth a meaningful experience and exposure to issues of cultural
diversity and career exploration.
The Hire-A-Youth program is sponsoring a Career Exploration Fair, The Fair
will also include a full-day series of workshops to:
• Help youth explore how their culture affects their interactions
in the workplace.
• Heighten youth's awareness of their cultural identity.
• Teach youth more about the cultures of others. I
Up to 1,000 youth are expected to participate in a series of interactive
workshops covering such topics as:
Communicating Across Cultures
Can We Get Along? Strategies for the Future j • Self-esteem and Culturai Identity
* Reducing Stereotypes and Prejudices
There also will be 100 employers from throughout the county providing information to youth on career opportunities within various industries.
The Hire-A-Youth program is a partnership of the San Diego Consortium &
Private Industry Council and the Employment Development Department.
This year's Hire-A-Youth program will provide summer job opportunities to
9,250 youth. The Coalition for Equality is also taking an active role in support
of this important day for the youth of San Diego. |
Date and location
This event will be held on Tuesday, September 1, 1992, at the San Diego Convention Center. Registration will begin at 7 a.m. wilh the first workshops at 9:00 a.m. The Career Exploration Fair will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A partnership program of the San Diego Consortium & Private Industry Council
I and the Employment Development Department
1551 Fourth Avenue, Suite 600 * San Diego, CA 92101
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
has pleasure in inviting you to a presentation of
New ELT Publications
at the IATEFL Conference
In the Albert Hall, The Grand Hotel, King's Road, Brighton BN12FW
On Thursday, 3-d April
7.00 p.m. —8.30 p.m.
RSVP: Mary Brown, Cambridge University Press, The Edinbourg Building, Cambridge, CB22RU Tel. (01223) .... Fax: (01223)... E-mail...
Please bring this invitation with you
THE CITY COUNCIL
HAS THE HONOUR TO INVITE YOU TO A RECEPTION AT THE CITY HALL Wednesday AUGUST 14™ AT 7.00 p. m. SHARP
On the occasion of
TENTH INTERNATIONAL EURALEX CONGRESS
A light buffet will be served at the reception
Please enter through the Main Entrance facing Radhuspladsen (City Hall Square) and present this card, which is strictly personal.
IN CELEBRATION OF THE 25™ ANNIVERSARY OF THE MIRACLE LTD
The President of the Miracle Ltd
Mr. Sergey Krasnov
requests the pleasure of your company
at a Reception
on Wednesday, May 7
at 7.00 p.m.
Regrets only 222-44-...
Central Square, 16
Please present the invitation Dress: formal
TECHNOLOGY IN STEEL INDUSTRY CONFERENCE 23 Green Street, Manchester
24, Loop str.
Leeds 12 March 200...
Dear Mr Carter
We have pleasure in inviting you to our annual conference. This year it will be taking place at the Conference Centre, Manchester from 24 to 29 May.
We enclose details of the conference, accommodation arrangements and a provisional programme.
We would be very grateful if you could make a section presentation.
We would appreciate it if you could confirm your participation at your earliest convenience.
Peter Littlewoods Conference Organiser
Dear Mr. Johnson,
Thank you very much for your gift of $700 to Springfield Neighborhood Center. Your gift will help support afterschool care; marital, peer, and addiction counseling; housing, legal, and medical information; courses in independent living skills; and advocacy programs for the nearly 2,000 individuals we anticipate serving during the coming year.
You have invested in an important and effective community resource. On behalf of the board and staff, we appreciate your support of the Center's work. Sincerely,
ПИСЬМО ПОТЕНЦИАЛЬНЫМ СПОНСОРАМ
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson,
Most of us would agree that no child in this land of plenty should go to bed hungry at night.
Most of us do not agree, however, on the causes of and solutions to the reality of hungry children in our midst.
In the meantime, while we discuss, while we debate, while we disagree, children continue to wake up hungry, attend school hungry, and fall asleep hungry.
Help the Children believes that we need to keep searching for root causes and for effective long-term solutions to poverty, but that we cannot allow children to be hungry TODAY.
One hundred percent of all donations to Help the Children goes directly to children, either through food shelf disbursements or through school breakfast programs.
If you are concerned for the hungry child TODAY, please join in our work by sending a check in the enclosed envelope. With your efforts, our efforts, and the efforts of those who continue to look for long-term solutions, we can put an end to hunger for the little ones.
ОТВЕТ НА ЖАЛОБУ
Dear Daniel Turman:
We sincerely regret the damage your package received during handling by Transatlantic Express, Inc. We realize your deliveries are important to you, and you have every right to expect them to arrive in good condition.
As happens in almost every endeavor, particularly when huge volumes of materials must be handled undertime pressure and the employment of mechanized equipment, occasional accidents occur. Even so, we consider this one mishap too many.
Be assured that we are constantly improving our processing and handling methods to avoid incidents such as this.
Please accept our apologies.