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a basis agreed to by all parties for reaching a mutual understanding

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With integration between Convio Common Ground and Constant Contact's email solution, nonprofits will have access to a fully integrated system from two industry leaders that allows them to use email to reach people and leverage cloud-computing to manage relationships both online and offline," said Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN).
Premier Jay Weatherill and Social Housing Minister Tony Piccolo today announced a third Common Ground homelessness service would be built in the city.
It is rare for skilled, experienced, knowledgeable American leaders to meet one another in direct and factual dialogue on Entitlement Reform, one of the most contentious and complex issues of all," observed Judith Kudlow, co-founder of the Common Ground Committee.
WealthConnect and Common Ground key features include: Direct Access: WealthEngine results are pulled into Common Ground without the need for data entry or logging into FindWealth Online; Quick View, where Common Ground users can view comprehensive prospect profiles, including details on household composition, Circle of Friends, wealth and giving patterns; Adjust Giving Capacity to see if a proposal's ask amount should be adjusted over time due to changes in a prospect's wealth by factoring in the organization's records on charitable donations, income and other hard assets; and, Profile Storage which quickly generate reports from FindWealth Online to upload into Common Ground for easy access, editing and distribution.
Keehan was selected because of "her extraordinary contributions to creating common ground between church leaders and government officials, organized labor and Catholic health care providers, the rich and the poor," according to the citation presented to her in a brief ceremony on the campus of The Catholic University of America in Washington.
Scott Appleby, who shares what he has learned from his six-year involvement with the Catholic Common Ground Initiative and comments on the fallout from the sexual-abuse crisis.
Through an interactive process, a common ground will emerge that reflects the will of the entire Congress.
In Common Ground we're brought down by our inability to be as good, in our social selves, as we think we are Everything is spun out of a dense web of human character and motivation .
The continued development and expansion of Common Ground is helping us rapidly meet milestones in our ability to reach and inspire donors and engage in relationships with other supporters.
Common Ground was joined by Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and other partners at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Cedarwoods.
For each case purchased, a $5 donation will be made to support COMMON's non-profit organization - the Common Ground Foundation.
If there is a point of common ground today in our ecclesial and civil worlds it is that we are divided.
chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, said Republicans want to work with President Obama to find common ground on tax reform but declined to state a specific timeframe.
Suggestions that the Catholic Common Ground Initiative would not long survive the death of its founder were rebutted March 10, 1997, following the first Common Ground conference here.
Social Housing Minister Zoe Bettison said State Government has provided more than $2 million to Common Ground Adelaide for the properties on Crowther Street and Shannon Place.