Date: July 26, 2014
iVolunteer brings you a highly customized training session on “Fundraising-Learn How?” as a part of GYAN, the newest initiative where high caliber professional volunteers to train staff of NGOs on various skills to help increase their efficiency.
What does the session cover?
The session will help NGOs to develop and implement a Fundraising Strategy Plan. Various sources of funds, tools of fundraising, identifying donors and donor retention, etc will be discussed.
It is comprehensive training in all aspects of resource mobilisation and sustainable fundraising techniques. The emphasis is on sharing current knowledge and best practices in the sector with ample opportunities in cross learning among participants.
Who should attend?
This training is most suitable for CEOs, Fundraising officers and executives who are engaged in meeting donors and raising funds for their organizations.
What do you leave with?
The GYAN Session will provide an in-depth look at how you can improve your organization’s fundraising efforts. You will learn how to develop a compelling and consistent message, and how to deliver it to increase visibility, supporters, and volunteers.
Please register for the training session here.
The Unusual Builder Foundation accepts applications from organizations with projects that contribute to sustainable development in the select developing countries. The projects must be focused in one of the following areas of interventions:
- Support and Assistance with access to healthcare and education
- Environmental preservation of natural and cultural sites
- Training and vocational rehabilitation
- Preservation of lifestyles, traditions and cultures
- Economic Development
The Foundation also provides humanitarian aid in emergency conditions anywhere in the world.
- The proposed humanitarian project must contribute to sustainable development in one of the following countries- Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ethiopia Guinea, Haiti, India , Indonesia, Japan, Madagascar, Mauritania, Morocco, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Somalia, South Africa, Vietnam.
- Proposed project must be focused on one of the five areas of interventions mentioned above.
- Project submission is considered only when the completed form with last activity and financial report is submitted.
Deadline: June 21, 2014
Balaji Iyer, currently VP – National Sales Development at Godrej Consumer Products Ltd will guide NGOs on how to design a business model for the products manufactured primarily by/for the beneficiary community.
The session aims to cover the importance of marketing and market research, exploring models of consumer decision making and making projections for the NGO products, etc. It will also cover positioning strategy, distribution options, promotional methods and ways to scale up product.
This training is most suitable for CEOs, Marketing officers, executives who are engaged in market research, identifying markets for distribution of NGO products and positioning them.
Register for the session here.