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  • Breaking Barriers Fund, INC PROPOSAL TO END VIOLENCE, DISCRIMINATION AND POVERTY
  • Project for Safety and Advanced Learning
    • Breaking Barriers Fund, INC demonstrates developmental programs and contributes to students in Africa, Central Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
    • Along with collaborating agencies, our organization provides restoration of homes, assists families in crisis, promoting tolerance, culture, language, nutrition, education and diversity.
    • Breaking Barriers Fund, Inc is focused on minorities and the development of young adults, their health and well-being, using meditation, education, writing and trainings on safety, self defense and entrepenuership.
  • Members
    • Albertine Harris
    • 05-22-2010 Salahudeen Khan, of the Islamic Research Foundation, Mana has announced Albertine Harris as the Project Manager, and is also named as Vice President of Breaking Barriers Fund, INC. In this role, Mrs. Harris will oversee the management of the Quality Assurance, Coordinated Care and Planning departments at Breaking Barriers Fund Inc.he Islamic Research Center for Resource Development. She also will provide leadership and direction for The Funds decision support functions.
    • In 1999, Mrs. Harris held a position as an assistant to Haymarket Peoples Fund in Boston, Mass. She also worked in a private care facility for the mentally ill, recovering adults, children with behavioral problems, and ex-felons. She experienced traveling abroad and responding to victims, the disabled and persons in crisis.
    • As a fellow student of Haqqani Fellowship, in Burton, Michigan and a member of The Gambian Society in New York, Sudan4all, Boston, Mass, she serves in many leadership roles supporting the organizations she is involved in, including proposal writing and fundraising for Ongame Council for West Africans, Islamic Youth for Muslim Development and Scholarship Fund for Africans. In addition, she is a member of the Human Trafficking Divisions Task Force, sister soldier, hip hop summit and serves as a board member for the Free Clinic .
    • Albertine Harris is currently residing in New York.
    • Lisa Stone, addresses, 352-942-0170, Project Manager
    • Calvin Sneed,
    • Hafiz Johanni,
    • Zailin Abdul Aziz
    • Modou Krubally
    • Talib Aftab
    • Latonya Burnette              
    • Reinhold Antal-Weber  
    • Clear and accurate description of the subject goods or services
    • Delivery dates and conditions of availability
    • The basic price, any possible adjustments thereto for additional things such as special features, escalation due to inflation, changes required to meet certain added requirements, etc.
    • How the price is expected to be paid
    • Conditions for financing or government approvals
    • Expectation for completion of a contract by a given date
    • Ability to cancel the proposal
    • Acceptance or termination of the offer
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  • Center for Nonviolence and Education
      • Breaking Barriers Fund, Inc. misBreaking Barriers Fund, Inc   We are focused on creating jobs in africa, offering scholarships and webex training on self esteem issues. for young outreach to immigrants/refugees, young adults and children ages 8 and older. sion is to help countries eradicate poverty, address violence and crime, integrate diversity, culture, and leadership to implement a startegy to develop, analyze, intervene, and support training and education, recognizing entrepenuership. Our project and its members contribute to a fund that helps tackle the food crisis, unify families, promoting tolerance, diversity and peace .
  • Rescue and Restore Project
    • Are programs provide basic food and nutrition, athletic programs, mentoring, and scholarships to family’s in deep crises. Our goal is to educate and develop resources to country’s in the middle east, Latin America, Central Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean.
  • 4. The basic price, any possible adjustments there to for additional things such as special features, escalation due to inflation, changes required to meet certain added requirements, etc.
  • Radio programming , funraising, How the price is expected to be paid
    • Private donors, contributions,
  • 6. Conditions for financing or government approvals
  • 7. Expectation for completion of a contract by a given date
  • 8. Ability to cancel the proposal
  • 9. Acceptance or termination of the offer
  • Law
    • Rather than worry about what legal system will look at your proposal and when, or if, you will be bound, if you include all of the above elements in your proposal, you are very unlikely to run into significant trouble.
    • If any significant elements are left out different jurisdictions and choices of law can have profound effects
  • Acceptance
    • Acceptance is demonstrated by signing as indicated or otherwise signifying agreement in writing.
    • The deposit is “earnest” money, showing a desire and willingness to enter into an agreement for the sale or purchase contemplated.
    • Acceptance of the proposal and payment of the consideration creates, at the very least, an option period where the two parties have a commitment to attempt to enter into a purchase agreement based on the terms of the proposal, although all elements are open for discussion.
  • Valid Acceptance
    • CISG:- either unqualified or even if acceptance contains minor changes to terms, changes added to contract, if not rejected by offeror - but, invalid if major changes (price, payment, quality, delivery, dispute settlement etc.)
    • Common Law: - acceptance must be unconditional and unqualified
    • UCC: - same as CISG except changes not added to contract
  • So…
    • Do not leave proposals open for long
    • Condition delivery positions so as to not tie up your entire production while your customer tries to make up their mind to accept, or not, your proposal (STPS, STAP)
    • Err on the side of providing more information than less
  • The proposal is an important tool of business.
    • Get it right
    • Be prepared
    • Give yourself flexibility
    • Here is where some legal advise will help
    • Getting it wrong can have serious consequences
      • Financial
      • Legal
      • Business
  • Exercise
    • You are the business manager of the Canadian Widget Manufacturing Company. Your sales people have indicated that European Widget Sales Pty. (Mr. John Smith, President) wishes to purchase 100,000 customized widgets for delivery immediately at $2 per widget. Your factory can turn out widgets at a rate of 100,000 per month with one month of lead time required for set up.
    • Take appropriate action!
    current projects include extensive consultations and partnering with British Muslim NGO’s to “rehabilitate” Muslim youth back from radical ideologies and to bolster British Muslim minorities. She is also the Co-Chair of the first ever all female Islamic Law Council that will re-examine the current standing of women’s rights in Muslim societies and provide new verdicts on the most pressing issues. Her recent briefings on the Islamist threat have been presented to HRH Prince Charles of Wales, England; Admiral Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff; Wives of Senior Military Officials Annual Conference; US NORTHCOM/NORAD Senior Leadership Conference; USARMY NORTH Force Protection Conference; US Congressmen Frank Wolf and Peter Roskam; Congresswoman Sue Myrick; former US Vice President, Richard Cheney; and Colonel M. Qaddafi, Leader of Republic of Libya.
  • Center for Nonviolence and Education
      • Breaking Barriers Fund, Inc. misBreaking Barriers Fund, Inc   We are focused on creating jobs in africa, offering scholarships and webex training on self esteem issues. for young outreach to immigrants/refugees, young adults and children ages 8 and older. sion is to help countries eradicate poverty, address violence and crime, integrate diversity, culture, and leadership to implement a startegy to develop, analyze, intervene, and support training and education, recognizing entrepenuership. Our project and its members contribute to a fund that helps tackle the food crisis, unify families, promoting tolerance, diversity and peace .