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Crowdfunding Opens Doors for Grassroots NGOS

Indiegogo, one of the world’s leading crowdfunding platforms, has introduced new features that will enable NGOs to leverage the power of the website for the first time. The site has already raised tens of millions of dollars for campaigns around the world, but up until now the Indiegogo has only offered services in the English […]

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Four Simple Steps to Write a Case Study: A Guide for NGOs

A Case Study is like a real-life testimonial or a case to be discussed with the reader. It is like a puzzle to be solved by the reader. It should have enough information to (a) understand the problem (b) analyze the information and (c) help the readers come up with a solution. A case study […]

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Three Strategies to Strengthen the Capacity of Women’s Groups

Women’s groups are on the increase. Day after day more are formed across the globe as women around the world have realized that they need to work together so as to improve their livelihoods. Contrary to what was there before, women have risen, formed groups and most of them have one common goal: to improve […]

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How to access a Foundation that doesn’t accept enquiries

Many of us have experienced this all too familar tale: You find the perfect grant funder, they have supported similar work in other bordering countries, they share the same ethos and values, they have a big fund of money to spend in your field, but the foundation doesn’t accept unsolicited enquiries. After the initial gasps […]

Corporate Grants for NGOs

The Great Debate: Non-Profits and Financial Reserves

Anyone who has worked on the financial side of a non profit organisation will be familiar with the debate around exactly how much money, if any, should be kept in reserve. Resources donated to your organisation were intended to support a cause not to sit in a bank account, yet nonprofits just like any other […]