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bimjim
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 1:35 pm    Post subject: What is this CHPI Proposal? Reply with quote

This Proposal is for a Caribbean-wide not-for-profit organisation that offers nothing but positive dimensions for the region - research, development, preservation, employment, education, dignity, understanding, family cohesiveness and coming to terms with the past, to name a few.

Starting in Barbados, within a year it should have created a working model to be exported to the second island, and so on.

Each export would be monitored and studied in detail for improvement to it - and to any other models already sent out. Hopefully the reputation of the Institute and its model exports would make it easier for the model to be exported to further countries, and the more acceptance it gains the faster the model can be exported.

25 July, 2007: I have applied to yet another philanthropist for funding, and am told I may hear from him in six to eight weeks.

A positive response would be a(nother) life-changing step for myself and deliverance of the means for my life's wish which would, in the most positive way possible, fully occupy my time and imagination for the rest of my natural life.

As a natural all-rounder I KNOW I can make it a success. I have been, in turn, an architect's draughtsman, a real estate manager/salesman, played in an amateur rock band, been an air traffic controller and then an airline pilot, wholly moved to Antigua, was appointed "Secretary For Life" by my pilot Association Membership (before my failed cataract operation), created newsletters, wrote articles, planned formal and informal dinner meetings, planned Association meetings and dealt with the Minutes thereof, wholly moved to Canada, earned a Diploma in Programming and Systems Analysis, created web sites and graphics and did web programming, re-published several rare books, drove a bus through the streets of Toronto for a year, and have worked ever since as a Clerk handling streetcar and subway workers. And these are just the things I can spout off quickly from memory!

I have always dealt with people, and I have always needed to invoke personal discipline with accuracy and timeliness others seem to think is not important. I am a natural planner, and was always way ahead of people I was involved with.

My younger brother is retired after working his was up the corporate ladder in the biggest company in Barbados, last position was General Manager of one of the larger subsidiaries. He has dabbled in a numnber of smaller compamies to keep busy, and I think he would be very interested in joining this worthwhile effort to help give it the necessary management support.

If you are a philanthropist and are able to fund this Proposal (in whole or in part), please get in touch...
http://www.candoo.com/contactform/index.html

Please note: This link is to a contact form I use to avoid revealing my real email address and attracting SPAM. On initial contact I would respond from that address, and we can continue communicating that way.

Or you may call me at home:
(905) 764-3637

Alternatively, you may call me on my MagicJack:
(305) 647-1660

Yes, I know, it's a Florida number, but it's VOIP and I am in Ontario, Canada!!

Both numbers have either message taping or voicemail.

Thank you for your time and consideration...

Jim Lynch




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ColonelJohn



Joined: 22 Oct 2007
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi

Well I posted a bunch of stuff at various locations on the site just to get the ball rolling but I finally read your statement. Sounds good. I will unofficially begin some careful correspondence to see what kind of interest there is in those quarters. Eventually I'd like to speak with you on the phone so you can go off for awhile and I can hear everything you have been through already...
Anyway, apart from my own living and the book this is by far the most compelling mission I see on the horizon so if I can be of help count me in
Christopher Miles Codrington


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