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That's the way
Whether it is corporates or funding agencies or philanthropists ... all look at ROI.

For corporates or investors or retail investors in stocks, ROI is Return on Investment. This ROI becomes almost like respiration for them.

When they give money to NGOs for social work, this ROI idea doesnt leave them. But here their ROI has different meaning.

It is Return on Invesment but from a different perspective.

R = Return in terms of Satisfaction
O = Opportunities to support (or serve) social, health or climate issues &
I = Impact the NGO makes

So in each issue, we share 100 to 300 programmes (no images) and below the programme, we will share the name with due link to NGO which runs the programme, the donor organisation (Corporate, Funding agency, Philanthropist, Lions or Rotary clubs or Celebrities ...) with link to it
or doctor & patient in each story with no links to any private doctor or patient because we care for privacy. So instead of the doctor, we will share the hospital's link and the patient till be from Thane which is our global example.

Most important point is that the NGO should not send their programmes. The donors should send the NGO programmes because then other donors feel comfortable that other donors have already experienced the impact of their donation. And without their financial support, the communities will not suffer because other donors take care of the communities through NGOs.

From 5.10.2021 to 31.3.2023, we plan to share 100 to 300 programmes which are global examples and they are from 50 to 100 countries, with 50% of them from India and at least 1 from Thane.

From all issues put together, we plan to share over 5000 to 10000 programmes. Anyone can replicate, modify the programs based on nature of challenges & behaviour of communities.

We urge corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists to share the examples because these will be seen as a Brand 's Social Responsibility and the NGO will get more funding & volunteering.

Dont send any presentations, images, pages, just name, link and state/ UT / District / Country (any country other than India) and we will share it in 3 working days on related page.

Email to Datacentre

 

India special
India is our global example country, so in case of social issues in India, we share the NGOs having programmes on the issue in relevant district because we cover districts within State or UT of India.

NGOs in any district of India
India is our global example of development and we have been working with NGOs since 1999 when we started a portal IndianNGOs.com

So we follow Indian rules regarding NGOs in India.

Share your name and link to the page where your website shares your skill development programme with
Datacentre@
CSRidentity.com

We will share it in related State & UT, which shares districts of India.

And all this is free because it is our responsibility to help you.

An important point
While we share NGOs in India with link to their programmes, we do not assure credibility of the NGO and the donor or media should use their criteria of impact of the work the NGO is making.

Dont send any presentations, images, pages, just name, link and state/ UT / District / Country (any country other than India) and we will share it in 3 working days on related page.

Email to Datacentre

 


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