Following this announcement, I spoke to the chairman of The Beacon Football League, Brian Lester, about the realities of football at the grass-roots
WRU chief Roger Lewis (left), Stephen Jones (centre) and chairman David Pickering announcing pounds 1m has been made available by the Union to develop grass-roots
But they need financial suppy that pushes lubs cannot make the moneey that pushes our game forward at grass-roots
David Bollier, an independent consultant commissioned in 1995 by Ralph Nader's chief of staff, John Richard, to report on the state of the campaign finance reform movement, says the group's grass-roots
presence is more "facade" than fact.
The series of grass-roots
forums culminated in January 1998 in the National Future Forum, attended by a core group of delegates each state society had selected.
win-win spirit seemed to disarm a normally bellicose Congress and inspire elected representatives to work harder on solutions of their own.
The opportunity is to recognize that associations can engage in grass-roots
communication in other nations as they do in the United States, creating allegiances at the local level.
Council chairman Angus Donaldson said, "These grass-roots
heroes should be proud of their efforts as they are a shining example to us all.
A panel of experienced grass-roots
organizers will join the NLC Board of Directors later this week for a discussion about how to build an effective field operation to achieve lobbying goals.
The Democratic Party must invest in grass-roots
organizing, going door-to-door, re-engaging voters, one voter at a time, and doing it year-round, not just when elections are near.
That's why I like San Francisco, because it's a grass-roots
But New Jersey's agents are not unique in their activism; independent agents in a number of other states have mounted similarly successful grass-roots
efforts to push for everything from tort reform and insurance regulation overhaul, to election of favored candidates for judicial posts.