How PTA helped to illuminate students’ career path

Making a career choice is one of the hardest decisions to make in life, especially with such abundant choices and opportunities. Tanya is a class 10 student from Jyothi Public School, Bengaluru, who is very confused regarding her career. She has done a lot of online research, consulted her teachers and she seems to be … Continue reading How PTA helped to illuminate students’ career path

The Secret Ingredient for better fund raising in Temples

Online platforms and marketplaces have become a sure-fire method to increase outcomes. Nearly 81% of entities that have an online presence reached new followers, leading to an increase in visibility and profitability according to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive. Gartner research claims that 30% of small businesses with an online presence and fewer than … Continue reading The Secret Ingredient for better fund raising in Temples

How NGOs Can Leverage Literacy Rates in Rural Areas to Increase Employment

Access to information about trends in nonprofit technology, online fundraising, and social media often does not reach growing NGOs – especially those in rural areas. Many lack information on how to create their own websites, publish an email newsletter, accept online donations, and use social media effectively. It’s not for lack of desire or technical capability, … Continue reading How NGOs Can Leverage Literacy Rates in Rural Areas to Increase Employment

Is your next $$$ coming from Millennials?

The demographic group born between 1980 and 2000, popularly known as Generation Y or Millennials are, or at least, are on their way to be the largest generation in the world. According to a study by Pew Research centre, they are expected to overtake Generation X (ages 35 – 50) by 2028. The Millennial Impact … Continue reading Is your next $$$ coming from Millennials?

3 Unique Ways PTA Can Help Students with Special Needs

The disability among children is a matter of serious concern as it has widespread implications. The census 2011 showed that, in India, 20.24 lakhs children aged 0-6 years are disabled, and the number of disabled population is the highest in the age group 10-19 years-17%(46.2 lakhs). There are many schemes by the government such as … Continue reading 3 Unique Ways PTA Can Help Students with Special Needs