Four ways SociallyGood can address the challenges NGOs face today

The Non-profit sector in India is growing at a rapid scale. It plays an important role in social and economic development across various sectors such as education, healthcare, rural development, women empowerment etc. From improving human rights in a geographic area to providing education about environmental issues to supporting the arts, the goal or objective of an NGO can cover just about any topic related to improving a region, country or the state of the world in some way. 

The demand for NGOs is on the large but they face tough internal challenges which affect their growth and in turn affect social development. They are often confronted with some serious and tough challenges which include lack of credibility, fierce competition, and inability to market themselves to their target audience.  

Here we will talk about four challenges faced by NGOs and how SociallyGood will address these challenges: 

1. Lack of proper Funding and Fundraising schemes

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NGOs today face a major scarcity of funds and fundraising management schemes. Many NGOs find it difficult to garner sufficient and continuous funding for their work. Gaining access to appropriate donors is a major component of this challenge. Also, the government does not give sufficient grants in aid or delay grants. The funds are not sustainable to cover all the expenses. SociallyGood marketplace will carry away these woes of NGOs by providing them access to a large number of volunteers and donors as well as an opportunity to be noticed by large Corporates for their CSR activities.

2. Volunteers and Volunteer Management

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The problem of finding the right volunteers with the drive for social work also persists within the Non-profit sector. Due to their limited reach, non-profits are facing the issue of not receiving dedicated and motivated volunteers who are willing to do social work. The individuals are also facing the same dilemma of having no knowledge of connecting with relevant and genuine NGOs. SociallyGood addresses this challenge through its Mobile app. NGOs can now create their own campaigns, which will be displayed in the app. Volunteers using the app will be able to easily register for the campaigns and do social good.

3. Lack of Technological adaptability

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NGOs are often limited by their reach because they are not tech savvy. Most of the NGOs do not have any form of digital presence like websites, apps, or social media, and are therefore not being able to create proper brand awareness. SociallyGood comes to the rescue of such NGOs. SociallyGood provides a tech-friendly platform where NGOs can easily connect with stakeholders like donors, volunteers, and corporates. It also helps in creating customised web solutions for NGOs. 

4. No proper networking

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Volunteers, donors and corporates do not have an idea of how to connect with each other when they want to donate or participate in social work. SociallyGood is a digital platform that addresses all of these problems and more! SociallyGood eases fundraising, finds the right volunteers, increases visibility and reach and connects the volunteers and donors with the NGOs. It also allows the volunteers and donors to filter NGOs based on different sectors as per the individuals’ or donor’s discretion and location. SociallyGood helps bring together individuals, non-profits and organizations for a greater good!

SociallyGood is a digital platform that addresses all of these problems and more! SociallyGood eases fundraising, finds the right volunteers, increases visibility and reach and connects the volunteers and donors with the NGOs. It also allows the volunteers and donors to filter NGOs based on different sectors as per the individuals’ or donor’s discretion and location. If you are also looking to associate with us, please do visit us at https://www.sociallygood.com/ or write to us at support@sociallygood.com. You can also try our one month free trial at https://ngo.sociallygood.com/  to experience our services. 

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