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Help for Self Help: Support 30 NGOs equip themselves in raising funds
of Rs.1,21,120
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    Meghana Raveendra
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    build capacity for NGOs run by kanthari alumni across India

    from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Since the beginning of the pandemic, many people have been hit hard, especially those people who are situated on the margins of society. The good news is that there are many organisations who are working compassionately to support them. Yet, these organisations depend on donations. In the current time, fundraising is not that easy and there are many laws and regulations.

 The kanthari network of change and knowledge (knock) is organizing a workshop that will empower 30 NGOs to become knowledgeable in all aspects that need to be considered such as: Foreign Contributions, Best practice in accounting, finance, and tax matters.
This workshop helps them to raise funds more effectively and with that, they can extend their support to more beneficiaries. The NGO’s that will participate offer support in the areas of Tribal education, Natural farming, Women empowerment, Disability and LGBTQIA+ rights.

The workshops will be conducted by experts:
G.Karthikeyan,Founder – Sristi Village
Gouri Shankar Mishra, Founder  – an-anya
Naresh Lingala, Founder  – Tharunam

Following are the details of our programme:
Dates: 27th to 29th December 2021
No of participants: 30 (14 NGOs from Orissa and 16 kanthari alumni)
Location: Chandikhole, Orissa

Funds to be raised for: 1,21, 120 INR

Your contribution will help to positively impact the lives hundreds of people who are in need.

About knock; 
kanthari network of change and knowledge is a global network of ethical social changemakers, who are kanthari alumni. Check out kanthari website here -

Since 2009, 226 kanthari alumni have founded 130+ social ventures and worked with 50,000+ beneficiaries in 48 countries. The kanthari alumni network is currently a collaborative effort of 65+ alumni from 22 countries. We believe by supporting one another we will be able to amplify the impact of the work we do in the areas of protecting the environment, human rights, alternative education, and disability.

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