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Product Red

, stylized as RED, is a licensed brand that seeks to engage the private sector in raising awareness and funds to help eliminate HIV/AIDS in eight African countries. It is licensed to partner companies including American Express, Apple Inc.. The Coca-Cola Company, Converse, Electronic Arts,Primark, Buckaroo, Penguin Classics, Armani, Hallmark, SAP, Beats Electronics, Supercell; the concept was founded in 2006 by U2 frontman and activist Bono, together with Bobby Shriver of the ONE Campaign and DATA. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is the recipient of Product Red's money; as part of a new business model, each partner company creates a product with the Product Red logo. In return for the opportunity to increase revenue through the Product Red license, up to 50% of profits gained by each partner is donated to the Global Fund; as Product Red is owned by Red, a portion of the contributions received from the partner brands is assigned as profit. Such an amalgamation of humanitarian aid and for-profit businesses is one example of "ethical consumerism".

In 2012, ONE acquired as a division of ONE. Both organizations were co-founded by Bobby Shriver. Created in 2002, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria supports large-scale prevention and care programs for these three infectious diseases. Today, 20 percent of all international funding for HIV/AIDS-related programs, 69 percent for tuberculosis, 65 percent for malaria worldwide comes from the Global Fund; the concept of “performance-based funding” is central to the organization and only those grant recipients who can demonstrate measurable and effective results from the monies received will be able to receive continued financing. All of the funds generated by Red partners and events goes to Global Fund programs that provide medical care and support services for people affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa. No overhead is taken by the Global Fund. Red is the largest private sector donor to the Global Fund, has generated over $600 million for HIV programs in Africa as of July 2019. In November 2013, Jony Ive and Marc Newson hosted an auction at Sotheby's to raise millions for the fund.

The event was attended by major celebrities including Bono, The Edge, Hayden Panettiere, Courtney Love. Products include: Bugaboo International. A design company that makes pushchairs for toddlers. Bugaboo contributes 1% of its total revenue to The Global Fund. American Express Red card. Launched in 2006. 1% of spending is donated to the Global Fund. Gap sells a line of merchandise including T-shirts, scarves, jewelry and purses. Gap donates 50% of all Product Red profits directly to the Global Fund. Converse is selling a shoe made from African mud cloth. Giorgio Armani has announced a line of Emporio Armani products that include clothes, jewelry and accessories. Motorola has announced special editions of their SLVR, KRZR and RAZR mobile phones, with a 50% profit of each purchase going to the Global Fund. Canon released a version of their SD990 camera along with a leather case in 2008/2009. Only 500 were produced; the Independent newspaper is in partnership with Product Red. The Hotel Café tour is presented by Product Red.

Apple Inc. released. Subsequently, they have released several Product Red accessories. On 29 October 2013, Apple created and donated a one-of-a-kind Mac Pro computer, auctioned by Sotheby's at the Auction on 23 November 2013 for $977,000. A one-of-a-kind pair of solid gold Apple EarPods were auctioned for $461,000. Apple sells a RED iPhone XR and claims to have donated more than $160 million to the Global Fund; the red iPhone 11 is part of Product Red. Nike has released a special line of red shoelaces, with the profit going to the charity, their motto is "Lace up, save lives." Didier Drogba is the face for the promotion of the laces. NEED magazine is in partnership with Product Red. Hallmark has introduced greeting cards. In a partnership with Microsoft, Dell announced that it would manufacture versions of its computers that would come with a Product Red version of Windows Vista Ultimate preinstalled; the company released a Product Red printer. Microsoft would release the Product Red version of Windows Vista Ultimate as a standalone product.

Girl Skateboard Company released a two-part deck series with a Red graphic. A share of the profit goes to the charities. Starbucks participated during their 2008 holiday promotion. For every holiday beverage ordered, 5 cents went to Product Red. Starbucks offers the Red Card, donates five cents every time the card is used; the Killers write a Christmas song every year, with the latest being "I'll Be Home For Christmas" and a compilation album of all their Christmas singles called "Don't Waste Your Wishes," in aid of RED. One hundred percent of profits are given to the charity. Flower a new online flower delivery service launched in the United Kingdom. Monster Cable makes special edition of Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD with name Solo HD RED Carolina Bucci has created a special edition of her gold and silk Lucky bracelets. Tourneau created two special edition watches, with 15% of the retail price contributed to The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Belvedere vodka produces special edition red-colored bottles.

A portion of the proceeds go to Product Red. Head produces special RED tennis bags as part of the RED project. In 2014, U2 released a charity single "Invisible", a Super Bowl c

Tim Coleman (cricketer, born 1971)

Timothy Edward Coleman is an English cricketer. Coleman is a right-handed batsman, he was born at Northamptonshire. Coleman represented the Northamptonshire Cricket Board in List A cricket, his debut List A match came against Wiltshire in the 1999 NatWest Trophy. From 1999 to 2002, he represented the Board in 4 List A matches, the last of which came against the Yorkshire Cricket Board in the 1st round of the 2003 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, played in 2002. In his 4 List A matches, he scored 214 runs at a batting average of 53.50, with 2 half centuries and a high score of 82. Coleman played MCCA Knockout Trophy cricket for Cambridgeshire, making his debut for the county against Norfolk and playing 3 further Trophy matches in the 2000 season, he returned the county in 2003 after playing for the Northamptonshire Cricket Board, to play a single Trophy match against Staffordshire. He plays club cricket for Wellingborough Town Cricket Club in the Northamptonshire Cricket League. Tim Coleman at Cricinfo Tim Coleman at CricketArchiveTim had 24 Caps playing 8 a side Indoor cricket for England.

Playing in 2 world Cups. With The England Team he toured Australia twice, South Africa twice and New Zealand once

Andrew Ten Brook

Andrew Ten Brook was one of the first faculty members appointed at the University of Michigan and the author of the first history of the University, State Universities and the University of Michigan, published in 1875. He served as Professor of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy at the University from 1844 through 1852, he resigned that position but returned to the University again to serve as University Librarian from 1864 through 1877. Ten Brook was born in Elmira, N. Y. on Sept. 21, 1814 and attended what was called the Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution, a Baptist college in Hamilton New York, graduating from its Collegiate Department in 1839 and from the Theological Department in 1841. Hamilton Institution would be renamed Madison University in 1846 and Colgate University in 1890. In October 1841 he was ordained pastor of the First Baptist Church of Detroit, where he served for three years, at the same time editing the newspaper of the Baptist denomination in Michigan, the Michigan Christian Herald.

In September 1844, he was appointed to the chair of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy in the University of Michigan. The other members of the Faculty at this time were Professors Houghton, Williams and Sager. In 1851, he resigned his chair and soon after became the editor of the New York Baptist Register, published at Utica, N. Y. In 1856, he was appointed U. S. consul at Munich in Bavaria. In 1864 he was made librarian of the University, serving in that position until 1877