Funding agencies
Philanthropists
Funding agencies
Corporate foundations like Infosys Foundation
Funding agencies
Namewise Foundations like Gates Foundation
Funding agencies
Funding agencies by Celebrities like Rafa Nadal
Funding agencies
Funding agencies by Philanthropists like Azim Premji
NGO Founders

Bill Gates
Elon Musk
Azim Premji
Ratan Tata
Google
Amazon ...

Films, sports celebrities
You love them.

NGO Founders give their heart & body to communities & climate.

Dont just love them.
Respect them.
Support them.
With money
With time
With talent

 
You are a different.

You think NGOs need support beyond money.
They need volunteers who give time with communities and they need talent which corporates normally use.

Yes, corporates have people and obviouslym they have heart. But in decision making, their brain (talent) weighs more than heart (emotions).

In case of NGOs, since the people work with people & not machines or non living things like finance, their heart overtakes their brain.

Yes, you know NGO Founders have different brain and different thinking. They think beyond themself and their families. They think communities need them more, so they give their valuable life to them.

Communities are no blood relatives but they practically use theory of relativity and think communities are family.

So it is responsibility of corporates, corporate foundations, funding agencies, philanthropists to share NGOs they support.

Share with us and we will do your additional job.

Mail to Datacentre at CSRidentity.com the NGO, the issue and the country where it works and in case of India, our global example, also share the district where it works and if the NGO works in many districts of any particular state or UT, the name of the state / UT.


employees, climate, investors, communities
sustainability, reputation.

Let the world know you.
Your ad / PR build image.
We help them & you to enhance Brand Identity.

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Cancer 
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Trachoma
Traditional medicine

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Ulcer (Bhau)

Variant Creutzfeldt

Practices
Organ Transplantation
Fitness
Health care waste

Expiry dates
Patients first
Prequa by WHO
Substd . medical products

Yogasana

Symptoms
Anaemia
Antibiotic resistance
Cold
Contraception
Cough
Fever
Flu of various types
Haemoglobin disorders
Vector-borne diseases
Viral diseases
Worm diseases

Health is social
Non drs helping
Handwash
Human rights
Workers health
Salt reduction

 
 
 

Our heart was, is and will be social issues. That's why after doing Engineering and MBA, founder started a social enterprise whose name and portal name was same : IndianNGOs.com

Founder was very keen to ensure that people in villages get due social treatment. That is why he started a portal for villages in India. At the same time, he was keen that NGOs across the world need good visibility, so that they get due money to serve communities. That is why in a portal related to NGOs in all countries was launched in USA Embassy in Delhi.

Like the age old system, he wanted his son to take over his enterprise, so while his son Aum was in 8th standard he took him to Vienna when there was a programme by Nobel Laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus and when he was in 9th standard, he took him to South Korea just to see the sitution across the world. He could not take him to Japan next year because in India, 10th Standard is important.

Now Aum is a doctor who wants to invest his time to help people medically, so he will not be involved with CSRidentity.com

Founder is clear. We are drivers. We integrate and not manufacture.
A teacher teaching Einstein's theory of relativity is not telling (copying) what is Einstein's theory but is explaining it.
So yes, teacher is not inventor but is driving the thought behind the theory.
So are we, trying to help you understand who does what for the social sector.
But instead of giving ready food to eat, we prepare you to make nutritious food. So we share information and links not food.
In simple words, we give good & nutritious food for thought.

We believe that after year's in medical college, Aum should offer physical service to patients and he should not get involved in CSRidentity.com

We can help global examples and after someone takes over CSRidentity.com founder wants to involve his time on Sustainability & Reputation Tree for corporates and Management Techniques to NGOs across the world (Not his but expert's views on management)

Celebrities are important influencers to corporates, funding agencies, retail donors
 
NGO Brands
NGO Brands Countrywise
NGO Brands Namewise
NGO Brands Issuewise
Indian NGOs Districtwise (Not checked credibility)
50000 by 25.12.2022
Donors, Help more

If you are financially supporting any NGO / NPO from any country or any social, health or climate issues, then just email Datacentre@
CSRidentity.com
the following

Name of the NGO
Issue you are financially supporting
Country (District in case of India)

Your organisation and its website.

Just 4 lines.
If you send any images, presentations, files in word or any form or anythin besides the above 3 lines, the email will go in our junk and will not be accepted.

You should not be : Any political organisation or even any government organisation because corporates, funding agencies, philanthropist may not support such organisations.
We have in reality no problem of government organisations but we are thinking that the people who use CSRidentity.com can be corporates, funding agencies, philanthropic organisations and we need to see the Branding of NGOs from their thinking and not our thinking
                 
The NGO should not be working on : Fund raising for NGOs, Porno content, Political activities, Naxalite activities, Terrorist activities because let specialised organisations do it

Do you have to pay for sharing the NGO ?
Not to us for sharing.
You rather invest the money in the NGO because they work for communities.

What we get ?
Satisfaction
That is one of the main purpose of our work.
And we get income for the organisations which sponsor us for
NGO Brands countrysie, Issues, NGO Brands namewise like NGO Brandss starting with A or B or C ... from any country

How we will know whether the NGO you mentioned is partnering with you or you are supporting it ?
We will go to your website and see the NGO as partner or NGOs your organisation supports financially.
If the NGO is not seen on your website, we will not share the NGO for the simple reason that it is not in public zone and we will not share NGOs which are not accessible in the public zone however good the NGO is or your organisation is because as said earlier, CSRidentity.com is used by corporates, funding agencies, philanthropic organisations which need credibility check or want to check the impact the NGO makes by your donation.

Why we say our Heart cries, when in reality (medical terms), heart never cries, it beats
We use the term Heart cries in theoretical way indicating that we cry when we see that we are not able to share the NGO working for a particular social issue in a particular country.
We know it is not our responsibility to share all NGO brands in all countries working on all social, health, climate issues.
But that is legal responsibility.
We are saying we have ethical responsibility to help any NGO brand in any country working on any social issue.