• An NGO in some small Indian slum doing          • Bill Gates looking to invest in some NGO workingbrilliant work        ...
bridge the need-gap
these are the fun and impactful ways of spreading          awareness and raising funds!             Educational NGO runs a...
Through iGiving, she                     connects with SE which                       educates children in                ...
 iGiving identifies need-gap for each NGOHas different causes, different options for users tochose fromUser-friendly pl...
creative       networked          give-back             real intent    Identifies      Team members      every participant...
we agree with Hobbes ! getconstructive                  so, are you                      in?
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I giving ppt for social enterprises_ver 1.1

  1. 1. • An NGO in some small Indian slum doing • Bill Gates looking to invest in some NGO workingbrilliant work on creative education• To expand - needs funding BUT can reach out • He has the grant capital BUT no time to identifyonly locally in India right NGO• Siberian tiger facing extinction • Chang, a Singaporean animal activist is looking to he• WWF wants to fight for this BUT needs funding a cause+ awareness • He has campaigns, networks BUT not the right anim social enterprise
  2. 2. bridge the need-gap
  3. 3. these are the fun and impactful ways of spreading awareness and raising funds! Educational NGO runs auctions to sell children’s paintings. Bill Gates simply loves the creativity and donates WWF connects with Chang , who can also make Siberian tiger souvenirs Through sale of souvenirs , Chang raises USD 1000 for saving the tigers!
  4. 4. Through iGiving, she connects with SE which educates children in Cambodia. They want to iGiving helps her design a raise $1000 to support campaign assessing the rental for SE school for 6 need-gap. In this months case, they work up an auction Shruthi through iGiving makes the auction VIRAL. It spreads to over 10,000 people in different parts ofShruthi, a global citizen, the world !!!loves to connect with anNGO which works oneducation SE raises not just $1000 but $5000 !! And spreads its word to over 10,000 people !
  5. 5.  iGiving identifies need-gap for each NGOHas different causes, different options for users tochose fromUser-friendly platforms gives creative options tobuild campaignsSpreads the campaign through social medianetworksReaches out to people across the globeHas a legal framework to hand over funds to NGO
  6. 6. creative networked give-back real intent Identifies Team members every participant ONLY 3% ofCharities/ NGOs from across gets something funds go to from small Russia, iGiving for pockets in the Australia, No other charity administrative Other online world Ukraine, India, gives back. We work “giving” Auctions, help you churn lotteries, China, Established platforms like Singapore, networks with out creative justgiving, gofun campaigns are ways for every known to create HK……….. thought leaders, dme charge 5% celebrities, donation to be an impression memorable on people. business leaders
  7. 7. we agree with Hobbes ! getconstructive so, are you in?

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