Funding proposals
Child health - Glenmark
Livelihood - AV Birla Gr
Skill development

Blood donation - Bhau
Jobs for disabled
Senior Citizens

Accidents
Addiction
Adoption
Affirmative action
Adult education
Agriculture
Art & Craft
Backward Class
Cancer
Caste
Child health
Children
Clean country
Clean river
Commercial sex workers
Culture
Disability
Disaster Relief
Economy
Ecotourism
Education
Employment
Endangered Species
Energy
Environment
Financial inclusion
GLBT
Girl Child
Health
Heritage
HIV / AIDS
Housing
Heritage
Human Rights
Hunger
Income Generation
Indigenous Communities
Jobs for women
Justice
Labour
Land
Livelihood
Marine Life
Microfinance
Mental Health
Minorities
Natural Resources
Nutrition
Peace of Mind
Pet animals
Population
Poverty
Prisoners
Recycling
Religions
Refugees
Rural Development
Sanitation
Sex
Skill development
Slums
Sports
Suicides
Traditional medicine
Trafficking
Tribals
Urban Development
Value education
Waste Management
Water
Wildlife
Women
Youth

What are the fees we charge ?
No fees

Period of sharing funding proposal
From the date of sharing with us till 31.3.2019

Funding proposals will be shared issuewise.
In our global example country India, funding proposals are distrcitwise because we have separate issue forum for each social issue which shares more than 700 districts of India.
In countries, SARs, islands other than India, we have social issue pages in that country / SAR / island, so we will share it in the respective issue in respective pages.

We know donors and volunteers want focus and there fore the funding proposal will be only 7 lines, the first line is project title & your organisations name and the last line is your contact telephone number and time (mention time in your country) to call and the 5 lines in between the two will be about the programme in such a way that it shares in brief what the programme solves and this generates interest in donors / volunteers.

Our editorial is clear that we should not share any email id
Our editorial is clear that only those interested in donating / volunteering will call you to know more.

Important note
We want funders to contact you organisation directly and not through us.
We will share the funding proposal in english alphabetical order.

Funding proposals are not of just NGOs
We are not myopic to think that funding proposals will be only from NGOs/NPOs.
Governments, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists can share funding proposals because manytimes they may support only part of the project funding and they need additional funders to support the project.

e.g. a corporate through its budget, may fund 10% of the overall funding requirement of the NGO partner and would like to receive 90% of funds from other funders. The balance 90% can directly go to the NGO/NPO or corporate may have a foundation to which the balance money goes.

In India, you can use our NGO to financially support the project, but if we are involved then we will send our person to monitor the project and we will have to charge 5% of the total funding amount if the 5% amount comes to Rs 50000/- If the 5% comes to less than Rs 50000/-, then we will charge Rs 50000/-. The amount is used for our monitoring cost and if you think you can do it without our NGO, we have absolutely no problem. We are not an agency which earns income through giving funds and we must mention that there are credible agencies who generate funds for you by charging fees which are legitimate fees.

Do we charge any percentage of funding (say 5% or 10%) as our fees ?
No.
Our NGO will charge fees of monitoring the project if our NGO is involved, and let us be clear that the fees our NGO charges is not its income but covers expenditure of travel, human time, management time....


Affirmative action
Autism

Biodiversity
Blind

Carbon footprint
Climate change
Conservation
Contagious diseases
Deaf
Diabetes
Diversity
Dumb
Economy
Fitness
Food security
Forests
Jobs for disabled
Jobs fo locals
Jobs for poor
Jobs for women
Migration
Minorities
Obesity
Peace of mind
Physical disability
Primary education
Secondary education Slums
Solar energy
Sports
Village Adoption
Water for agriculture
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