The aim of this list is to showcase the most creative and effective examples of NGO campaigns to stay ahead, build people power and win at the scale needed to in today’s world.
Catalan NGOs support the Kurdish population of Mosul one year after the fighting between the Islamic State (EI) and the Iraqi forces that devastated the city. To this day, the area continues in ruins and the child population is unprotected
Azul en Acción y Cirugía Solidaria are some of the receiving organizations
On 28th November, international cooperation and development NGOs celebrated Giving Tuesday and seeked support from citizens through the donation platform.
Translators Without Borders and The Rosetta Foundation, the leading NGOs in the field of translation worldwide, start an integration process while keeping independent spaces.
The NGO Vols is a volunteering association for cooperation and solidarity with children and youth in developing countries. Their working scope is mainly education.
As long as we are truthful about our ads, why can’t we use some marketing techniques to recruit volunteers?
Fundraising campaigns often use photos and themes that conjure up images of horror and destruction. But where do we draw the line between appealing to our emotions and the so-called “poverty porn”?
The Belgian Foundation against Cancer is promoting an initiative that invites participants to not drink alcohol at all for 28 days.
The India-based non-profit organisation, which runs an orphanage in Hyderabad, is awarded by receiving 4.200 euros.
It is not a rocket science that different generations of donors might also have different motivations when making a donation. A computer graphic shows the key differences in the features of donors to nonprofit organisations, based on their age.
We have talked with the Deputy Executive Director of the Renewables Grid Initiative about the situation of the renewable energies in Europe and the work of this organization.
Fern is a NGO which keeps track of the European Union’s involvement in forests and coordinates NGO activities at the European level. Richard Wainwright explains some of their challenges, successes and future goals.
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