Charitable Organizations

Charitable Organizations

From Seed to Fruition


By Michelle Brunet


Like most things, a non-profit charitable organization starts with an idea. But for that cognitive seed to come to full fruition, it cannot be just any idea. It has to represent a worthy cause; and more importantly, an organizationís founders have to wholeheartedly believe in it, otherwise the charity will most likely not survive.

Starting and running a charity can be complex. There are many things to consider, like registering for non-profit or charitable status, fundraising, forming a Board of Directors, not to mention the daily operations. It can be overwhelming, and may include mistakes before triumphs. But if you are truly passionate about your organizationís mandate, you WILL find a way to make it work. This is made clear by three successful charities/non-profits profiled in the following pages.





Story appears in

HobbyFirm Magazine

Volume 1., Issue 2


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