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Proposal Writing Guidebook for Grassroots-based NGOs/CBOs/CSOs

Characteristics of successful proposal writing A good proposal must convince the donor/funding agencies about the following aspects of the project going to be proposed by the organization: – The issue going to be addressed matches with the objectives/target area of the donor agency. – The problem going to be addressed is of significant magnitude in […]

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Where can NGOs get Donations of Books, Computers and Vehicles

NGOs give high priority to financial assistance for which they need to conceptualize projects, write proposals, contact donors and follow-up for assured funding. While working on these time-consuming processes, NGOs fail to realize the importance of non-financial resources which are more easily available than direct grants. In fact, like grant-making agencies, there are also international […]

The Thomas Reuters Foundation's TrustLaw Connect

The Thomson Reuters Foundation’s TrustLaw Connect: A Unique Way of supporting NGOs

The Thomson Reuters Foundation’s TrustLaw Connect is the global ‘pro bono’ [legal assistance provided to people of limited means or to organizations that have a social, environmental, humanitarian or community focus (including certain government agencies and entities) without expectation of payment] service of Thomson Reuters Foundation that connects NGOs and social enterprises with the best […]

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 […]

Social Networking for NGOs

How to socially network with Donor Agencies (Connecting with donors through Twitter/Facebook etc)

To build a strong network for your NGO is essential. Think about the world as the territory in which you move and, accordingly, find a strategy to get connected to this territory. Take advantage of the possibilities to become visible globally by using the Internet. It is essential that your NGO has a website that […]