How to start a Successful NGO in 10 Steps
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Presentation I prepared regarding our experience in building the Philippine Funds for Little Kids (adapted from Ryan Libre).

Presentation I prepared regarding our experience in building the Philippine Funds for Little Kids (adapted from Ryan Libre).

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How to start a Successful NGO in 10 Steps How to start a Successful NGO in 10 Steps Presentation Transcript

  • Adapted from Ryan Libre How to start asuccessful NGO in 10 steps
  • Step 1: Test the Waters
  • Step 2: Start on the Right Foot
  • Step 3: Clarify your goals.
  • Step 4: Make an action plan.
  • Step 5: Make a website.
  • Step 6: Get in the know.
  • Step 7:Assess your NGO’s financial needs.
  • Step 8: Network, network, network!
  • Step 9: Find balance.
  • Step 10: Re-evaluate everything.
  • Leadership means having followers “Leadership is a relationship between those who aspire to lead and those who choose to follow.” - From “The Leadership Challenge”
  • The Carrot, Egg and Coffee Bean story
  • A personal request:1) Invite us to share our story to other organizations2) Help us spread our story3) Support our dream to help all kids who swim to school in 12 months4) Buy a copy of Readers Digest’s October 2011 issueLike us on http://www.facebook.com/philippine.funds
  • Thank You! If you want this presentation… Email: jayjaboneta@gmail.com Website: www.jayjaboneta.com Twitter: twitter.com/jayjaboneta Facebook: www.facebook.com/jay.michael.jaboneta