Webinar Video: How to Raise Funds from DFID

The webinar video on ‘How to Raise Funds from DFID’ is now available online. The Department for International Development (DFID) in the United Kingdom is a major source of funds and partnership opportunities for NGOs around the world. DFID offers a significant amount of funding resources for NGOs through grant opportunities and requests for applications. Its funding resources support a wide range of issues areas: education, health, poverty reduction, the environment, water and … [Read more...]

Mastering the Art of Donor Cultivation

The Donor in true sense is not a benefactor but a client. A client who is not only the singular most important factor for the success of your organization; but one who is also being pursued by numerous other organizations for funding. There is a huge competition for funding from a single donor and therefore an organization should be the best or else you will end up getting nothing. Hence, connecting with donors is the most important part of fundraising. Download this resource guide on … [Read more...]

Understanding the Basics of Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding has emerged as a popular method for organizations to raise funds. Crowdfunding was initially used up by entrepreneurs to raise funds for their ventures but nowadays it has become a fundraising tool in Non Profit Sector as well. Aided by the reach available to a larger base of individuals through the digital platforms, organizations are able to contact multiple donors. Download this Resource Guide on "Understanding the Basics of Crowdfunding" exclusively available for our premium … [Read more...]

List of Donors Funding Ebola Research and Treatment

Ebola virus has affected African countries the most. Ebola, previously known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a rare and deadly disease caused by infection with one of the Ebola virus strains. The current Ebola epidemic, primarily focused in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, is the largest in history. Many foundations worldwide have donated to help curb the spread of Ebola but the disease is still not cured completely. The virus is still ravaging in some of the African countries and other … [Read more...]

Facebook for your NGO: Make Your Presence Effective

Facebook is an important platform for non government organizations (NGOs), especially those in the developing world. For NGOs in the developing world, an effective presence on Facebook is becoming vital. It is a way to stay in touch with your supporters, to build a base of people committed to your mission, to spread the message about your organization, and even reach your beneficiaries with program interventions. Facebook is not only a broadcast medium but an interactive platform through … [Read more...]

Download Resource Guide on Women’s Grants: International Women’s Day Special

8th March is celebrated as the International Women’s Day all over the world in order to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities. Women in developed and developing countries have shown a tremendous growth in every sector and have gained self-respect through their performances. There are a lot of grant opportunities all over the … [Read more...]

Webinar Video: How to Raise Funds from US State Department Bureaus

The webinar video on 'How to Raise Funds from US State Department Bureaus' is now available online. The US Department of State is a major donor to NGOs on a worldwide basis and is active in all major regions of the world. In general, they are considered to be donors easy-to-work-with, with proposal and reporting requirements that are generally feasible for local NGOs to complete. Despite of all the funding that US Department of State provides, many NGOs do not apply for funding because of … [Read more...]

A List of 30+ Multilateral Donors Worldwide

Multilateralism, whether in the form of membership in an alliance or in international institutions, is necessary to bind the great power, discourage unilateralism, and give the small powers a voice and voting opportunities that they would not otherwise have. A multilateral organisation is an international organisation whose membership is made up of member governments, who collectively govern the organisation and are its primary source of funds. The OECD estimates that in 2008 around 40% of … [Read more...]

Grant Opportunities closing in March 2016

Are your efforts to apply for grants going in vain due to skipped deadlines? Do you feel the inadequacy of time to apply for an opportunity when you get to know about it. If yes, then prepare well in advance and apply for grant opportunities closing in March 2016. Examples include: Foundation for Human Rights: Socio-Economic Justice for All Positive Action for Children Fund OSISA Grants to support Innovative Programs Social Fund for Development Download this Resource Guide on … [Read more...]

List of Great Donors in Arab Countries

Donors in Arab Countries have long history as aid providers. Due to limited resources and knowledge, some regions are still under developed. Arab Donors provide support in various countries worldwide in order to foster understanding and consensus around regional and national development priorities. This resource guide contains a list of such donors in Arab Region that provide aid in Arab countries and countries worldwide. Examples include: Dubai Cares that works to improve children's … [Read more...]