Hundreds of thousands of nonprofits (also known as NGOs, non-governmental organizations) locally and worldwide are doing outstanding work to improve the planet and its peoples. But many suffer from barriers stifling their impact:
- They have limited exposure;
- Management or marketing issues impede their success; and
- They lack sufficient funding to broaden and deepen their work.
How much more effective could NGOs become if they addressed these issues?
The AGIF can lead the way, advancing the missions of NGOs worldwide so that their impacts expand and diverse peoples benefit.
Summaries, videos, translations and publicity of nonprofits worldwide — for donors to contribute and for NGOs to connect.
Training to improve your success in management, administration, fundraising, social media and marketing.
With a solid infrastructure, you may qualify for an AGIF Impact Grant to broaden and deepen your mission.
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- Wasley, Paula. 2008. 100,000 Nonprofit Groups Could Collapse in the Next Two Years, Expert Predicts.The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Retrieved online from https://www.philanthropy.com/article/100000-Nonprofit-Groups-Could/174875
- Freeth, Stephanie. 2016. Study finds almost half of nonprofits lack strategic plan. Adaptive Alternatives LLC. Retrieved online from http://adaptivealternativesconsulting.com/2016/03/29/study-finds-nonprofits-lack-strategic-plan/
- Ironpaper. 2015. Nonprofit Marketing Statistics that Matter.Retrieved online from https://www.ironpaper.com/webintel/articles/nonprofit-marketing-statistics-for-2015/
- Noack, Rick and Lazaro Gamio. 2013. The world’s Languages in 7 Maps and Charts.World Views. Retrieved online from www.washingtonpost.com