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Services Provided by Non Profit Organisation in India

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 Jenny Jonson (May 27, 2015)  Setting up bodies consisting of group of people who work towards the growth and development related issues has come a long way in improving the standards of living for various sections of society. When talking about non-governmental organizations, it is clearly known that these are officially constituted groups which are managed and administered by various official members. Although .. (Non Profit)

Rising non-profit organizations is good news for Indian social sector

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 Jenny Jonson (April 17, 2015)  Roughly, India has more than two million non profit organizations –one for every 600 people. Nonprofits have significantly risen over the past decade. This trend has been triggered by a combination of increasing wealth, a growing entrepreneurial spirit, and rising social inequality. As wealth increases, the need for charity increases Rise of NGO’s in India: The most .. (Non Profit)

Are you conducting rural development programmes in India?

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 Jenny Jonson (February 06, 2015)  An ‘individual brand’ is in many ways indistinguishable with your standing. It refers to the way other populace see you as a trade owner or spokesperson of an idea, business, or action. Are you conducting rural development programmes in India? What do you stand for? What do you stand for? What ideas and philosophy pop up as soon as someone hears your name? When you have a .. (Non Profit)

Importance of CSR in India

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 Jenny Jonson (December 26, 2014)  India is a fast developing economy. This is mainly because of the boom in the industrial sector. Also, over the past few years, a number of multinational companies have set up their offices in the country. There has been an encouraging growth of corporate presence in the country, which has made the Indian Government to pass more stringent laws regarding CSR projects in India. .. (Non Profit)

How Reliance foundation in India is impacting countless lives positively

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 Jenny Jonson (August 21, 2014)  CSR i. e. Corporate Social Responsibility is generally undertaken by business as a part of their social obligations towards the society and the social conscience that they carry, through which they help various underprivileged sections of the society. There are various CSR foundations in India and one of the prime one of them is the Reliance foundation. Reliance foundation has made .. (Non Profit)

Volunteer in India Always Gives You Tremendous Gratification

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 Lisa Kelly (February 15, 2013)  You can volunteer in India now for the better lives of the multitudes who live in utter penury. While the rest of India lives in a country that has a 9% growth rate, the minority Indians live in so much poverty, that just the sight of them can make you stutter. Poverty knows no nationality, and the world over, poverty is the greatest enemy of the human race. Humans have learnt so much; . (Non Profit)

Don't look the other way: Sponsor a child in India

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 Lisa Kelly (November 07, 2012)  Whoever comes to India for the first time is shocked by the sight of hundreds and thousands of malnourished and scrubby-looking children approaching taxis, and auto-rickshaws at every red light. Begging for a rupee, snatching half-emptied bottles of soda or a banana from the hands of careless pedestrians. Their hunger and pleading has become a sad part of the everyday-routine for many .. (Non Profit)

Helping Our Future Though Non-Profit Organizations

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 Brad Roberts (October 27, 2012)  These days it has become difficult to get children and teenagers to walk into school with a smile. College may seem like an impossible dream for some. The price of schooling has been rising, not just in tuition but school supplies as well. Without supplies it is hard for students to succeed in school. Even worse we already have an enormous rate of drop outs. This is not only because .. (Non Profit)

Volunteer In Orphanage: The Best Way To Exhibit Human Values!

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 Lisa Kelly (September 27, 2011)  There are several moral values which we have imbibed since our childhood. The best way to showcase and execute those is to by volunteering in orphanage. Orphanages play a pivotal role in the development of the society. They cater to the needs of the deprived with love and care. But they need to be supported with strong solidarity. Kindness, Love, Charity and Compassion may be the top .. (Non Profit)

Sponsor An Orphan Child In India: Put An End To Many Menaces!

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 Lisa Kelly (September 27, 2011)  Every day there are numerous children in India who become orphans (and, ironically there are millions of orphans already). The future of these children is always in mayhem. But if they are provided with the basic needs and education, it would be an entirely different story. This can be achieved only by people coming forward and sponsoring an orphan child in India. Content: A lot has .. (Non Profit)

How Nonprofits and Fundraisers can Maximize Social Media Fundraising

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 Stephani Droege (September 17, 2011)  Connect To Charity® is helping nonprofits and fundraisers raise more money online though social media tracking for nonprofits and fundraisers. Fundraisers can now track click backs and social activity for their online fundraising pages and raise additional funds online to support their missions. Nonprofits and fundraisers now have the right tools to make quick and informed social .. (Non Profit)

Are Donors Giving their Money to the Government?

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 Stephani Droege (September 07, 2011)  Its tax time and you want to take a charitable deduction for the donations you made last year. You go to look for the receipts and guess what; they are not where you thought they were. Ever been in the situation where you’re not sure how much you can write off because you cannot find the receipts for all the $10 and $20 dollar donations you made throughout the year? Not a good .. (Non Profit)

Hunger Action Month – Ways to Help Take the Bite Out of Hunger

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 Stephani Droege (August 30, 2011)  September is Hunger Action Month and the opportunity to help those less fortunate meet the basic essentials in life. Hunger Action Month is where you can get involved by helping the 50 million Americans - 1 in 6 - who struggle with getting enough to eat. There has been a dramatic increase in hunger in the United States in the last three years, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Many times, the faces .. (Non Profit)

Donors Helping Donors Guide the Way with Nonprofit Reviews

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 Stephani Droege (August 25, 2011)  Have you ever thought to yourself “Is this nonprofit legit” or “How can I spread the word for this great nonprofit”? Both questions are on the complete opposite spectrum of each other, however can be answered through Connect To Charity’s Nonprofit Reviews. Five minutes of your time can help other donors make informed donations to trusted nonprofits and help . (Non Profit)

Connect To Charity Delivers Safe, Secure and Convenient Online Giving

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 Stephani Droege (August 22, 2011)  One of the top 10 missed IRS tax deductions is a charitable deduction. Why give your hard earned money to the government? Well, in most cases when it is tax time, consumers are looking for receipts for our past years donations so they don’t miss a tax deduction. Ever been in this situation? It can be a pain and one that can be quite costly if deductions are missed. Connect To .. (Non Profit)

Why Donors Are More Important Than Ever

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 Alez Disto (April 01, 2011)  Donors have always been critically important to nonprofits. For years, they have provided, on average, about 85% of the income of the nonprofits in this country. Today, many nonprofits are facing budget cuts from government sources. Some cuts are quite large. Others are small enough to manage with some adjustments. In the past year, I've worked with a good number of nonprofits that .. (Non Profit)

Benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives

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 Lisa Kelly (February 11, 2011)  Introduction If you’re in business, your reputation and actions are of paramount importance. As a business entity you have to make sure that your actions have a positive impact on society and the environment. This is a huge responsibility. Businesses that are only profit driven display no sense of responsibility for the proper development of society, and hence lose out on their .. (Non Profit)

Malnutrition in India – Revealing and Disturbing Facts

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 Lisa Kelly (February 11, 2011)  India is a populous country wherein economic disparities exist on a massive scale. The widening gap between the have and have-nots and the rich and the poor has lead to a number of inequalities amongst which malnutrition takes the top position. In India alone, 20% of the children below the age of 5 years suffer from malnutrition. In India Malnutrition is predominant in children amongst .. (Non Profit)

Memorial Candle

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 Carole Christie (January 03, 2011)  The year 2010 for Christmas I decided giving an item diverse to my extended close family members. My mother-in-law recently passed on recently and so i believed it will be great to generate a memorial candle of her and my father-in-law as the kind of remembrance. It was not simple losing two family and friends so close together but losing individuals is by no means straightforward. I'd . (Non Profit)

Dynamic Pricing: It Worked for the Airlines, but Can It Work For Theatres?

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 Jenny Henry (November 24, 2010)  Dynamic Pricing: It Worked for the Airlines, but Can It Work For Theatres? Written by: Sumac Research Date: July,2010 Dynamic pricing has become a hot topic for the arts. And it's no wonder, since a few theatres that have begun to test the waters have been quite successful. Before you decide to delve in, however, there are a few things to know. An Introduction to Dynamic Pricing .. (Non Profit)

Growing Your Board Step by Step

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 Jenny Henry (November 24, 2010)  Should a board of directors be made up of friends and relatives? Worker bees willing to knock themselves out on behalf of your non-profit? Or community leaders who are able to help the organization grow through their financial and business contacts? The answer is, “Yes, all of the above, but at different times in the growth of your organization. ” Starting Out: Small and .. (Non Profit)

How To Write The Perfect Fundraising Letter

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 Jenny Henry (November 05, 2010)  You know you have a good cause worthy of support, but writing a fundraising letter that convinces potential donors of this is not always easy. In order to help, we’ve brought together some of the best insight to help you write the perfect fundraising letter every time. In this article you will find specific advice on how to craft each of the three major parts of a fundraising .. (Non Profit)

Don’t Be Shy, Give Car Donation a Try

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 Karen Campese (October 28, 2010)  Have you been thinking about what to do with an extra car you no longer want or need? If you have considered car donation, but worried that the process is too complicated or that your car won’t qualify, there is some good news. Donating a car to charity is not hard or stressful; in fact it is quite easy. Cars4Charities will gratefully accept your car donation no matter how old it . (Non Profit)

The Phrase No Pain, No Gain is Not True for Car Donation

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 Karen Campese (October 28, 2010)  The expression; no pain, no gain is not true for car donation. Donating a car is incredibly painless if you do know how to do it properly. If you have an extra car, you will get a very valuable tax deduction when you donate your car to charity. The amount of your tax deduction will be determined by the fair market value of your car and what the charity does with it. If the charity .. (Non Profit)

How to Impress the Wired Wealthy and Capitalize on the Rise in Online Giving

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 Jenny Henry (October 22, 2010)  It probably comes as no surprise to many of you that online giving is growing. What may be surprising, however, is that the very wealthy (a reported 1% of donors that are responsible for 32% of non-profits annual gifts) are among those that prefer giving online. Generally speaking, however, they are frustrated with non-profit websites. In this article we will highlight two very .. (Non Profit)

Learning First Aid Can Make Your Workplace A Safer Place

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 Bobby Lehr (October 15, 2010)  In a workplace, the safety of the employees should always be a priority. Keeping a workplace safe for employees is the responsibility of the employer. Therefore, employers should make sure that their employees are prepared to respond to different emergency cases. Workplaces have different natures depending on their industry and the kind of work they require. Some workplaces like .. (Non Profit)

Why First Aid Is Important

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 Bobby Lehr (October 15, 2010)  Learning how to do first aid procedures is important because you don’t know when and where tragic accidents and health threats will occur. Emergencies can happen anywhere at any given time so it’s really helpful to know the proper procedures of conducting first aid. In emergency situations, it’s important for anyone who suffers from an injury or an illness to receive .. (Non Profit)

One Persons Junk Car is a Treasure to a Charity

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 Karen Campese (September 22, 2010)  If you have a junk car in your yard, there a few things you can do with it. You can just let it sit and rot, you can tinker with it while it rots, you can plant flowers in it or you can you put it to good use by donating it to charity. When you donate car to charity, you not only help to support the charity and clear your yard of an eyesore; you get a valuable tax deduction too! There .. (Non Profit)

The Phrase 'Charity Begins at Home' is Very True Now

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 Karen Campese (September 15, 2010)  There have been numerous reports published lately that show food banks and homeless shelters all over the United States are having a very difficult time during this economic recession. They are being given a lot less money, yet the demand for their services has increased significantly. Often, the people they are serving are the very same people who once gave them support. You can help .. (Non Profit)

The Top Ten Reasons to Donate Your Car to Charity

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 Karen Campese (September 15, 2010)  If you have a car you wish to get rid of, you can dispose of it in several ways. You can trade it in towards another car, you can sell it, you can junk it or you can donate car to charity. There are many good reasons why you should donate car to charity. Here are the top ten: 10. You won’t have to haggle with the car dealer about the trade in amount for your car 9. You .. (Non Profit)

Valuable Car Donation Advice

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 Karen Campese (September 14, 2010)  Donating a car to charity has a great many advantages. You get a tax deduction of $500 or more and help a needy charity. It sounds like it should be very simple and it is simple as long as you know how to do it properly. Before you just blindly hand over the title to your car, do some homework first. Find how much money the charity will receive from your car donation. If the charity .. (Non Profit)

Why Don’t Charities Give Donated Cars to Families That Need Them?

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 Karen Campese (September 14, 2010)  Often, charities will receive phone calls from people asking if that charity gives donated cars to needy individuals. Many potential car donors will ask the same question in the hopes that their car will be given a family in need. Although some charities do actually give some donated cars to needy families, they are in the minority. Most charities do not give away car donations. The .. (Non Profit)

Vintage China Hire for any Function

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 Jeans Dave (August 30, 2010)  Are you aware that you can now consider vintage china hire for virtually any special event you plan on hosting? Well, you can! So, should your function is coming soon, you would be wise to look into tweaking the table settings for this now. If you aren't sure which kind of dishes to look into, vintage china hire can help you add charm to any type of basic table settings you have in .. (Non Profit)

5 Things a Small Non-Profit Did to Raise Over $40,000 in 30 Days - Despite the Bad Economy

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 Kristy J. Hall (December 23, 2008)  The headlines are filled with bad news. Non-profit organizations are suffering (even closing their doors) in the current economic times. Yet Boston-based One Home Many Hopes stepped outside of their comfort zone and stepped up to the We Need Funds NOW! Challenge - and their concentrated energy paid off. With an all-volunteer team and only 180 people in their database to start, One Home . (Non Profit)

Autism Society of America Improving the Lives of People Living With Autism Disorders

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 Kelly Brooke (October 10, 2008)  Bernard Rimland PH. D, founded the Autism Society of America (ASA) in 1965. Over the last 40 plus years the society has developed from a handful of parents trying to make a difference to a leading source of information, research and reference on autism. The Autism Society of America is  registered as the largest and oldest grassroots organization in the autism community.   The .. (Non Profit)

Autism Speaks An Overview of the Primary Autism Awareness Non Profit Agency

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 Kelly Brooke (October 10, 2008)  Autism Speaks is a nationwide nonprofit organization that is designed to raise funds and awareness as well as change the future for the many individuals who struggle with autism spectrum disorders. The organization has dedicated all it's efforts to funding global research regarding what causes, how to prevent, what is available for treatment, and ultimately finding a cure for autism. .. (Non Profit)

Evaluation Capacity Development - Creating a Shared Vision For Evaluation

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 Karen Russon (September 26, 2008)  When the leadership of an organization commits to developing its internal evaluation capacity, it must first consider the purpose of evaluation. There are three primary purposes for which evaluation is conducted in nonprofits. A strong motivator for conducting evaluation is to demonstrate accountability to both funders and the public. Funders often require evaluations to prove that .. (Non Profit)

Charities Take Used Furniture

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 Wendy Pan (September 25, 2008)  Changing expensive items such as furniture is very much a modern phenomena. Traditionally, until the 19th century furniture was hand crafted and it involved time and skill to produce each item. The advent of the industrial age brought the factors of invention, expertise and opportunity together. The rise of the furniture manufacturing company's great factories with their advantages of .. (Non Profit)

Answering Your Charity Work Questions

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 Mike Selvon (September 16, 2008)  There are thousands and thousands of organizations that need your time and money. But some people do not have the money to give to these charity organizations. That does not mean that you can do nothing. Charity work is a great way to give back to society and help those that are less fortunate. There are many organizations that rely on people to volunteer their time in order for their .. (Non Profit)

How Much ROI Value Does American Society For Quality Deliver to Its Members?

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 Ed Rigsbee (September 12, 2008)  The quick answer is a bunch! However, that is not the kind of answer that quality professionals generally desire. Today, armed with three years of data, I believe a have a substantive answer to this question. Over three consecutive years (2005-2007), ASQ invited me to attend the World Conference on Quality and Improvement to conduct two sessions per conference of my Member Value .. (Non Profit)

Non-Profit Organizations Or Multi-Million Dollar Businesses

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 Alma Gonzalez (August 07, 2008)  Being a part of the health insurance industry for what seems like eternity, has given me the inside view and oversight to learn all I could. Health insurance these days is very important, and finding and obtaining a job that offers health insurance is one of the major goals all of us strive for. Unfortunately, those that do have it don't know their benefits or mainly care about medical .. (Non Profit)

How to Avoid Charity Fraud Scams

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 William Allen Yap (July 28, 2008)  There are a lot of charities around and a lot of people help them by contributing any amount they can. But did you know that some of them happen to be scams? Yes there are people who do such things so you should know which ones are legitimate. If a certain charity asks you for a donation, do a background. You can do this by asking your state or local consumer agency if this charity is .. (Non Profit)

Starting a Nonprofit Preparing For Success

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 Jan Batts (July 26, 2008)  The woman sitting across from me was crestfallen. The truth had dawned on her that there was a significant hole in her planning. She had researched and followed through on the basics of starting a nonprofit organization and she certainly had the zeal to make a difference. But after talking with me about the hidden costs of starting a nonprofit, she was beginning to realize that zeal and . (Non Profit)

Funds For Non Profits 4 Insider Secrets For Fast Fundraising Success

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 Kristy J. Hall (July 22, 2008)  Does your charitable or non-profit need money, preferably right away? If you're like almost everybody else in the non-profit sector, chances are, the answer is yes. You're constantly raising funds, and yet, the funds just never arrive fast enough. What to do? Here are 7 tips for greater success with acquiring those much-needed funds: 1. Pay Attention to Your Donor Demographics. .. (Non Profit)

Funds For Non Profits Three More Insider Tips For Rapid Fundraising Success

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 Kristy J. Hall (July 22, 2008)  You and your team have been working hard at raising funds for your non-profit organization all year long, but you still are far from your goal. And the need is great. What to do? Everybody applauds the worthiness of your cause, but that doesn't pay your bills. It's time for a new approach. Read on for three powerful strategies for turbo-charging your fundraising efforts. 1. Take the .. (Non Profit)

Power Fundraising For Non Profits Five Keys to Rapid Fundraising Success

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 Kristy J. Hall (July 22, 2008)  Fundraising is a big challenge, one that non-profit organizations, NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations), and other charitable organizations all have in common. And all those money woes are not for lack of ideas and efforts. After all, fundraising ideas are as varied as they come - from candy bar sales to high-priced auctions. In fact, especially in challenging economic times, .. (Non Profit)

Nonprofit Management The Correlation Between Stock Markets and Soup Kitchens

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 Dennis Abenanty (July 21, 2008)  Some might consider it ironic that the concept of soup kitchens hit the mainstream of U. S. consciousness following the stock market declines of the Great Depression because the exact opposite is happening today, as these and other nonprofits are actually hurting in today's faltering market. Why the reversal in logic? Simple - private sector funding for nonprofits comes from individual .. (Non Profit)

The Gift of Charity Donations

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 Heather Rutherfordstone (July 19, 2008)  What typically stops us from donating to charity? Life. While I firmly believe that nearly every human on this Earth has the will to donate, they feel that they lack the money to pay and the time to volunteer. While this is certainly the case for some people it is also possible to create money and make time. No, I'm not talking about money counterfeiting, I'm talking about the .. (Non Profit)

All Aboard! Issues to Consider Before Volunteering As a Nonprofit Director

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 Kathleen Kaminski (July 16, 2008)  Not-for-profit organizations are an important part of our community. The board of directors of these organizations is vital in developing policies that ensure the organization is run effectively, legally, and ethically. An individual's primary role as a board member is to implement its mission and give direction to the organization through policy-making, planning, and monitoring. Before . (Non Profit)

Contributing to Charity Its Payback Time

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 Akhil Shahani (July 15, 2008)  While making money is a key priority for businesses, a large number of them also look towards giving some of it back to the community. Have you been thinking about contributing to charity of late? Great idea, we say! There are many ways to support a cause that is close to your heart; here are some ideas. Identify an organization that you'd like to associate with. Contributing to .. (Non Profit)




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