With new technologies readily available, there has been a rise in virtual NGOs. Navigating the space in which such NGOs exist was the topic of one of the Interaction 2014 Forums.
Several different ideas were discussed in this workshop and among those that I found to be most interesting, was that of membership. Specifically, the workshop touched on the changes in defining membership, where in the past, members were those who simply donated money. …
GlobalGiving is accepting applications for the September 2014 Global Open Challenge. Non-profits from anywhere in the world are eligible to…Continue
Added by Michael Gale on May 6, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Hello PCDN friends!
GlobalGiving is a charity fundraising web site that gives non-profits from anywhere in the world a chance to raise the money that they need to improve their communities. Since 2002, GlobalGiving has raised $106,108,205 from 377,692 donors who have supported 9,773 projects.
In 2013 alone, we got over $22 millions dollars into the hands of non-profits in 144 countries!
Interested in joining our community?…
The year 2013 saw trends that are changing resource politics for civil society. These are a wakeup call to not only strengthen, but diversity your…Continue
MDF Brussels and Keylance are organizing a Seminar on Fundraising at U.S. foundations and the European Commission designed for fundraisers and other staff of development organizations that want to explore new fundraising markets or have already taken a first step in the diversification of their funds. It will be held on April 22th from 9 am to 5 pm in Brussels.
The seminar is structured…Continue
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Imagine not being able to turn away from a problem that you see in this world. You are compelled by a sense of responsibility, passion, and the audacity to believe that you can do something about that problem. You have decided to take the leap and start an organization, an initiative, or a social enterprise.
To do so, you of course need resources. You don’t have them. You have to ask those with money to invest in you.
Imagine sitting across the table from a potential donor,…Continue
GlobalGiving is an innovative online fundraising platform. Since 2002, more than 5700 projects have raised over $67 million through GlobalGiving.org. Some of the benefitsof joining GlobalGiving include access to custom fundraising tools, trainings, and funding from corporate partnerships.
Nonprofits can join the site through the Global Open Challenge.…Continue
Added by Sudeshna Mukherjee on July 12, 2012 at 10:59am — No Comments
Atlas Corps Welcomes Class 9*
Thursday, June 7, 2012, 6:00 - 8:00 PM …Continue
Added by Abby Flottemesch on May 17, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
Do you work with a great US-based nonprofit, or do you know of a nonprofit that could use fundraising support? Or, are you a social entrepreneur looking for a sustainable source of income for your project? As the global economy finds its balance again, GlobalGiving provides unique tools to help nonprofits expand and activate their donor networks.
GlobalGiving is an innovative online fundraising…Continue
This week I re-entered an aid “institution” after five years of working with small foundations and local groups.
After just two short days, I can’t help but be reminded of why I left.
I am once again surrounded by smart, driven, committed people. But unfortunately they are largely a group of people who are also exhausted, overwhelmed, and discouraged by fighting while propagating the very organizations in which they serve. From my still outsider’s perspective, it’s as if the…Continue
In honor of this week's Clinton Global Initiative's Annual Meeting, I'm reposting this from early October last year. The issues remain the same; the fundraising resources for local organizations still needed.
“Is a trickle of that money ever going to reach us?”…Continue
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October 6, 2011 6:30 - 8:00 PM
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Added by Abby Flottemesch on September 19, 2011 at 3:08pm — No Comments
Marc Maxson is not your usual aid worker.
Yes, he is a returned Peace Corps volunteer, lives in Kenya, works for a Washington D.C.-based non-governmental organization, and is married to someone also employed in aid.
But Marc Maxson also has a PhD in neuroscience.
So what does that enable Marc to do as an aid worker? Marc develops new conceptual approaches to solving "impossible" problems, of which there are many in international development.…Continue
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