Posts about Fundraising
Very lucky, our organisation was approved to share a donated container of various items from crossroads foundation (www.crossroads.org.hk) with another organisation here in Kasese, western Uganda.
Help find HIV/AIDS grant for an NGO who is really making a difference in the life of children,youths,PLAID,Communities sex worker,Male to Male partners and Male to Female Partners
Once the list of resources has been done and the proposals written we need to have a list of organizations to send them to!
Here is where to do it.
What you can do;
Look on the internet for funding organisations that support livestock such as pigs projects funding
Find out what you have to do to apply and contact details
These will be added to a excel file so all can see what has happened and when
How you can help:
1 Faciliatate this by providing links to possible funders that we can contact (There is a file with organisations that have been contacted and those that havent attached, and results. This will be updated as we go.) An interim template letter has been added for volunteers to send to the organisations,)
2 Add us to Facebook or other social media sites tell your friends about Githuai, Kenya Youth and let us know Hello
We are inviting talented artist to create pro bono information, education and communication (IEC) materials and also wishing to raise for $2,500 by 1st September,2012 to buy over 600 afripad menstrual kits to be distributed during the CLOTH PADS, SHARE THE BENEFIT”campaign to be launched 30th April, 2012. The aim is to reduce the stigma associated with menstruation through raise awareness, health education including counseling as well as distribute reusable pads.
You can be part of this campaign in any way you can afford ranging from:-
We are seeking a volunteers who will raise fund for our community based organization through social function event of climbing mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania on June 2012.
Nakyerongosa village started a community resource centre after observing the need for such a facility in the area. The idea came about as a result of support from a retired community trainer who donated a few of his books because he wanted to give something back to the community. COMASA officials sensitised schools and community members about the programmes at the Centre. Since then people have realised the importance of the resource centre as a source of knowledge and it is making a world of difference for children whose schools are too poor to afford books.