Founder Director Of Rotary Club Wakadewadi
Need an inspiration to raise funds? No worries, we’ve got you covered. We have shared with you some of the tried-and-tested fundraising ideas that you can take cues from. Ofcourse, there are multiple ways one could crowdfund. We just wanted to give you a nudge in the right direction and share what has worked well for others previously to help you raise funds quickly for the causes that you care so deeply about. Let’s get going!
Tell A Compelling Story
The story is the hero of your fundraiser. Apart from mentioning why you need funds and how they would benefit, also state your personal motivation behind the fundraiser. Make people feel for your cause as much as you do!
Images and videos work best to grab attention. If the images are great, the contributors will be compelled to read your story and contribute!
Give as much detail as you can about the problem, solution and the break-up of how the funds would be used.
Shout It Out To The World
Social Media is your genie in the bottle. Leverage all you Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Whatsapp contacts. Word of mouth helps too! Get more promotion tips here.
Offer Interesting Rewards
Provide personal and exclusive recognition to contributors for their donation. A simple thank you note or a shout-out is sometimes enough incentive for the donors to contribute! In other cases, a promise of a product/service is a great way to raise funds for your venture.
Keep The Page Updated
Contributors usually like to know how their funds are getting utilized. Keep updating the page. This will also help you raise funds beyond your set goal.
Social & Non-Government
NGO Network India, NGO Resources
NGOs India is a national level Social Network of Non Governmental Organisations (NGO), Non Profit Organisations (NPO), Voluntary Organisations and Social Organisations. The members of NGOs India are from all over India.
Press also providing an online web directory and NGO resources of Indian NGOs. All the NGOs enlisted in the web portal are not recognised and are not members of our network. We are updating the information about the NGOs and we are verifying the recognised NGOs and providing their information on certain terms. The NGO portal is containing information about grassroot level Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Non Profit Organizations (NPOs), POs, GOs in India, Funding Agencies, Social activists and concerned stakeholders, Volunteers, Volunteer service organisers, Social issues, NGO Funding Projects, job opportunities in social sector, success stories of individuals as well as organizations, and other relevant information and resources.
One million trees planted across 6 states with active participation of over 2,00,000 people
Globally, forest cover is one-third less than what it once was and global deforestation continues at 13 million hectares per year. This indiscriminate felling of trees threatens the environmental health and sustainability of communities in rural and urban milieu. Social forestry needs to be undertaken on a large scale to reverse the ill effects of deforestation and restore the ecological balance. It will also contribute towards creating a carbon sink and increasing green cover.
Tree Plantation Program is a response to the substantial climate change and sustainability challenges, like water supply and biodiversity loss. Through proactive environmental advocacy, the program has catalysed tree plantation across projects in Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh (M.P.), Uttar Pradesh (U.P.) and Bihar. It strongly encourages the plantation of indigenous trees and plants that are advantageous to the local ecosystem.
Through effective implementation of the program, It has made successful environmental inroads into the local communities, government forest offices, and government and state run educational institutes. Government authorities joined forces with the people and provided several thousand trees free of cost or at highly subsidised rates. Since plantation needs the advent of monsoon, the nurseries are prepped from the beginning of the year with the help of farmers in Farmers’ Clubs, women in Microfinance, self-help-groups and other locals in various districts ensuring that the progress made is steady and sustainable.