"Disabled people should move away from charitable behaviour. We should do away with being dependent." Beatrice Ngobo, South Africa.
No Money: No Dignity, No Democracy, No Rights
The greatest problem most disabled people have is poverty. A disabled person with a job or an organisation with money is in a far stronger position. Organisations of disabled people need funds to:
- run campaigns - support members - finance the group's activities.
Many institutions give funds to organisations to help them run projects and activities. This kit gives ideas about your funding strategy - how to raise and use money effectively. Organisations of disabled people need to have the skills to:
- know where to go for funds - manage money well - budget effectively - have enough money to keep the organisation running smoothly throughout the financial year - develop and achieve their goals and objectives.
This kit shows you how to raise and use funds for the work of your organisation - by finding out about funding agencies, sending good funding proposals and managing your money well. You can use it to help you put together a funding proposal. At the end, you should be able to show the answers to all the questions given later in this Resource Kit
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