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NGO Brands
Whether it is Corporate or Corporate Foundation or Funding Agency or Philanthropist
with time, experience and volatile situation, they must changed positively in donation.
From just giving or donating to charities or NGOs, it is time their attitude now is checking, monitoring the Impact of Giving. If they have already changed, it is good. If not, they must change. Give billions of dollars but ensure that it has impact. Just emotion driven giving can be just a percent of your total giving. 99% of your donation must be impace driven.
And when you are emotionally driven, let the charity or the NGO which received the donation must be professioanal driven. It has to be a social enterprise for its own sustainability because the giver will expire one day but the charity or the NGO should not expire if the donor (and yes, if the founder) expires.

They look at ROI.
Their ROI which is Returns on Investment is not financial returns and they dont hold shares on the issue they investment.

They share money for the welfare of communities & climate.

In short, they think they & community are shareholders but their shares are climate shares and they dont want to damage their shares which is univere's climate.

How we select
NGO Brands

There are millions of NGOs in this world.
If the charity is good and works in a small village or location or in forest, they work on multiple issues. If the charity of NGO is in city, they focus on 1 to 3 issues or maybe 5.
These NGOs or charities work on multiple issues

While we share 150000 NGOs across the world, in 2021 to 31.3.2023, we plan to share 50000 NGO Brands in different countries and in India, different states or even districts.

Corporates, Corporate Foundations, Funding agencies, Philanthropists, National celebrities give them funds. And we will also invite organisations who do research and based on that give fellowships to individuals who are starting social organisation like Ashoka which has about 3500 fellows from 90 plus countries (founder got Ashoka Fellowship in 2005).

We know we cant check credibility of 50000 NGOs in one year or 20 years or 200 years because credibility depends on the leaders who govern the NGO.

So the best way is
Let Corporate, Corporate Foundation, Funding Agency, Philanthropist who have CSR Budget or Funding budget of Rs 1 crore or USD 0.13 million share the names of NGOs.
They dont have to give any amount to us. We share the NGO Brands with link to their website on related issue.

Bhau & others postponed founder's death on 28.08.2013 maybe because he has not served Mother Earth enough. Life with responsibility is joyful living. And the fun is if the NGO receives fund without knowing who promoted them. But let the NGOs dont know our name, we want funders to know us, so that they can share free the NGOs they fund.
And the NGO can be anywhere in the world.
Ofcourse having talked to some corporates, funding agencies, we will not share NGOs which are working on politics or with naxalites or terrorists or promote sex with any gender or promotes criminil activities (of course we will support NGOs which work with people within Jail to ensure their change of behavirour or taking care of their parents, spouse and children)

Of course we will promote NGO Brands to donors by investing our time. But money can help us promote these brands with more professional organisations in different countries. That is why we want organisatons to support social, health, climate issues.

How we will share the names of NGO Brands?
Based on the social, health, climate issues where they have programmes.
And we share them issuewise but know that donors want to fund issues in their country, so within the issue, we share countries (and knowing that we cant have all the countries in say Australasia continent, we share countries continentwise, so that at least Australia, New Zealand will be covered in that continent)

India and Thane are covered separately because India is our global country example and Thane which is just a district in India is a global development example.

NGOs within the country are shared alphabetically. No NGO can come in the top 10 even if their corporate partner pays several times more because we have to take care of all NGO Brands responsibly and our NGO, Developed Nation Network Trust will come in D in the issue it supports not first or last NGO.

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