Ngo Newsletter December 2012 | Giveindia
NGO Newsletter December 2012
In This Issue

Top 10 NGOs funds disbursed
Vounteering needs survey

Renewals Update

The renewals for the year 2011-2012 was completed by 15th Dec for our Tier I NGOs. We wish all our NGO partners a great Fund Raising year!

Newly listed NGOs

1.Rural Health Care Foundation
2.Society for the Visually Handicapped
3.The Hope House
4.UDAAN India Foundation
5.Umang Charitable Trust

Our partner NGOs in Focus

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Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital (SCEH) becomes the only eye hospital in Delhi to get  National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers(NABH) accreditation. SCEH has been serving the community for the last 98 years. NABH accreditation is one of the testimonials of their dedication as an eye care provider.

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Punit Asthana, founder Indian Dreams Foundation was felicitated with Karmaveer Chakra and Rex Global Fellowship 2012 instituted by iCONGO & UN on 27th Nov for his commendable work in the field of social services.
 

Volunteering needs survey

If you are an organization that works with Volunteers or aims to work with Volunteers, answering this survey will be of immense benefit to you. The survey intends to understand the effectiveness of your organization’s volunteering model and gaps in volunteering with respect to skills-based volunteering.
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This is a part of a bigger program being undertaken by India@75, a strategic initiative for realizing the dream of an inclusive, sustainable and developed India by 2022, when India completes 75 years of Independence, and Taproot Foundation, a non-profit organization that makes business talent available to organizations working to improve society. The program will build capacity for NGOs to address the challenges they face in engaging, retaining and managing volunteers. India@75 will also create access for your organization to reach out to skilled-volunteers who could power your missions with their skills and time.

Top 5 NGOs who received funds from MDOs

Monthly Donation Options Program is picking up momentum and has benefitted @ 1500+ beneficiaries through 30+ Tier I NGO partners.
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Website of the year 2012

Give India has won the vote for the most popular charity website of the year! This is given to the website that received the most number of people voting for them. Thanks you all for voting .

S R Jindal Prize 2012

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S R Jindal Prize-2012 was awarded to The Banyan, Chennai for Healthcare- including drugless healing and naturecure.  Ms.Vaishnavi Jayakumar receiving the award in the above picture. Amar Seva Sangam, Ayikudy was awarded for their exceptional achievements in the field of Exemplary Service to Mankind. Dr. M.S. Swaminathan, their  Patron-in-Chief receiving the award on their behalf. SOS Children's Villages of India won the prize under the Education category. For more details, visit the link. 

Human chain for Humanity

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Students of KISS - Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences celebrated the Human Rights Day by creating the world’s longest human chain by 20,000 tribal/indigenous children who demonstrated the theme, ‘My Voice Counts’ to create awareness amongst the people of Odisha. The human chain starting from KIIT University campus covered almost the entire city Bhubaneswar, in a radius of 25 kms.

Top 10 NGOs disbursement (INR) in Dec
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Tips on Fund Raising

Fundraising really is all about telling stories. Its also about telling the right story in the right way. Show donors through stories why they're needed and what their gifts will do than you will with iron-clad facts and statistics. Make the donor a hero and make a difference. Using the story of a beneficiary in need also works. Bragging about excellent staff and methodologies would be less preferred.

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