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UNHCR Call for Proposals: Youth Initiative Fund 2019

Deadline: 3 December 2018 Applicants are invited to submit proposals for the “Youth Initiative Fund” 2019 which was initiated by the Division of … [Read More...]

Fondation Mérieux’s Small Grant Program: Fighting against Infectious Diseases

Deadline: 1 March 2019 Applications are open for the Fondation Mérieux’s grants program to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of … [Read More...]

Filmmakers Without Borders: Inviting Applicants for Filmmaking Grants Programme

Deadline: 1 January 2019 Filmmakers Without Borders is seeking applications for its Filmmaking Grants which support independent filmmakers around the … [Read More...]

Australian High Commission in Port Louis: Direct Aid Program (DAP) 2018-19

Deadline: 29 October 2018 The Australian High Commission in Port Louis is inviting applications for Direct Aid Program 2018-19 which is funded by … [Read More...]

Maypole Fund: Seeking Applications from Women to Proactively Challenge Patriarchy

Deadline: 30 January 2019 The Maypole Fund is seeking applications from women only with an aim to resource imaginative, non-violent activities by … [Read More...]

Climate Justice Resilience Fund: Making Grants for Social Justice Approaches

Deadline: 21 December 2018 The Climate Justice Resilience Fund is seeking applications to make grants for community-led, social justice approaches to … [Read More...]

ISDAO’s Inaugural Call for Proposals 2018: Inviting West African Countries

Deadline: 22 November 2018 ISDAO, Initiative Sankofa d’Afrique de l’Ouest (Sankofa Initiative for West Africa) has announced an Inaugural Call for … [Read More...]

Dining for Women: Supporting Grassroots International Organizations Empowering Women and Girls

Deadline: 24 October 2018 Dining for Women is seeking Letters of Intent (LOIs) for the 2nd cycle of its 2019 grant program to support grassroots … [Read More...]

Amazing Women: Empowering Exceptional Women who have a Dream

Deadline: 31 October 2018 For this 3rd edition of the initiative, the Orange Foundation has launched a call for proposals in the 18 countries where … [Read More...]

Apply for The Hilden Charitable Fund in the UK and Developing Countries!

Deadline: 19 December 2018 The Hilden Charitable Fund is seeking applications to award grants to projects both in the UK and in developing countries … [Read More...]

Premium Resources

A List of 25+ Bilateral Donors Worldwide

Bilateralism, apart from binding great powers is the single source that stands for serving a particular community. It has made strong political, … [Read More...]

Donors Supporting Food Security in Africa

Agriculture is a major part of African growth and food security its need. From feeding people to export of food, African agriculture had played a … [Read More...]

Webinar Video: Grant Fundraising for Women and Girls’ Issues

The webinar video on "Grant Fundraising for Women and Girls’ Issues" is now available online. Fundraising for prospective institutional donors for … [Read More...]

Using Email Newsletter Marketing for Your NGO

An email newsletter is a publication and a communication process, usually distributed by the business firms, charitable organizations, and other for … [Read More...]

A List of 10 Child Rights Donors in Asia

Millions of children around the world are born into a stark reality: will they work in markets and mines, or go to school? Will they be trafficked … [Read More...]

Engaging Volunteers in your Fundraising Efforts

The trend of volunteering for social activities is on high peak in today's world. Volunteers are a great asset to any organization, as they bring with … [Read More...]

Webinar Video on Corporate Fundraising: Making an Effective Funding Case to Business

The webinar video on "Corporate Fundraising: Making an Effective Funding Case to Business" is now available online. Corporations are increasingly … [Read More...]

Donor Relation Management: Building long term relation with Donors

Donor Relation Management (DRM) is the process in which an organization strengthens the relationship with donors to enhance donor engagement and donor … [Read More...]

Webinar Video: Grant Fundraising for International Human Rights

The Webinar Video on "Grant Fundraising for International Human Rights" is now available online. Fundraising for prospective institutional donors … [Read More...]

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7 tips for creating successful partnerships with NGOs

This is a time for collaborations, partnerships, scales and thus revolutionizing the social development milieu. Especially in the wake of corporate social responsibility and sustainability concerns finding their ways into corporate strategies across countries and geographies; the state, the private … [Read More...]

Twitter for Good: 9 steps for NGOs to get on Twitter

Believe it or not, Twitter is revolutionizing communication as we know it. The freedom and power of 140 characters is taking the social media by storm every day. Daily we come across various things which are ‘trending’ on social media, and Twitter has major role to play there. For NGOs, many are … [Read More...]

How to develop a Budget for your Project Proposal?

Developing budgets for your project or for even your organization is one of the most time-consuming tasks. Often we think that a budget is a simple format attached to a project proposal and you need to fill it according to the activities and strategies proposed in the project. However, when you … [Read More...]

How to establish Effective Governance in Your NGO

The term ‘governance’ comes from Greek verb κυβερνάω [kubernáo], meaning ‘to steer’. Every institution, be it public, private, or third sector, needs governance to function. There are formalized forms of governance, and the most formalized one is the ‘government’. NGOs also need good governance for … [Read More...]

How to undertake strategic planning for your NGO

Someone has rightly said that without a plan, a goal is only a wish. In the context of your NGO also, it holds true. Despite having a mission and a vision, an organization might be going on a path to nowhere, as these are very broad statements, and do not provide a clear direction, or do not ‘steer’ … [Read More...]

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