NGOs require financial resources to sustain their operations and carry out their projects. Consider making a monetary donation to support their cause
NGOs are established to address specific social or environmental issues, such as poverty, education, healthcare, human rights, environmental conservation, disaster relief, and more.
NGOs can have different structures, ranging from small grassroots organizations to large international entities. They often have a board of directors or governing body that oversees their activities and strategic direction
They are often required to report on their activities, finances, and outcomes to donors, regulatory authorities, and the public. Many NGOs have internal control mechanisms and undergo external audits to ensure proper governance.