Week 1: CASE MANAGEMENT in an NGO
This week, our organization got busy organizing our various patient files. As a non-profit organization, we believe case management is a very important asset to adapt in an NGO setting
But first, let’s understand what is case management in an NGO?
When it comes to being efficient nothing like a good step-by-step process to help organize those complex cases can’t fix.
Here is a simple diagram of a typical five-step process most NGOs use to manage their cases.
Let us know what you think?
Building case files can be a tedious process. So why use them and what roles can case managers have in an NGO setting. This could be your chance to reorganize and prioritize your case files too. Let us know some of your thoughts? Do not hesitate to also get into contact with us if you have any further questions or queries about the topic.
WEEK 2: Why do NGO’s Fundraise?
Struggling with growing your organization? Have you considered fundraising to help promote your advocacy to a deeper level?
This week our organization got braining storming and planning for our new upcoming fund-raising projects!!
But first, why is fund-raising important? We have eight reasons why we think fundraising can help your organization balance the challenges of meeting today’s needs and evolving to meet those in the future.
We believe fundraising is the way to help your organization balance the challenges of meeting today’s needs and evolving to meet those in the future. This is how we did it! Stay focused, see where you are vulnerable, prioritize your projects, partner with others, alleviate the greatest community needs, branch out and broadcast, evaluate and be sustainable always!
Week 3: How effective are Board Meetings in a non-profit
In the third week, we had one of our quarterly board meetings and wanted to share our thoughts.
We believe that systematically preparing for your next nonprofit board meeting not only eliminates stress but can actually improve your nonprofit’s overall performance.
Did you know?
A board of directors meeting doesn’t actually start when everyone is sitting around a table and it is called to order.
Your Board meetings don’t have to feel like a dreaded chore.
Click on our video above and glance through some of our tips on how you can plan, monitor, and grow by setting up quarterly board meetings in your non-profit organization.
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