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Charities Blogging To Make a Difference

Author: MJ Pedone / March 21, 2013

In today’s world, they way in which we communicate has expanded through the social media outlets. Charities are seeing the availability of multiple social platforms and the opportunities for engagement, interaction and donor participation. Social media is for having a conversation online about particular aspects of the charity’s mission and fundraising initiatives and interacting with friends, followers and supporters making it a platform for building long term relationships. Although most groups share their news on Twitter and Facebook, there are several aspects that should be used in your communications plan to connect with constituents who you can cultivate over time. Although this alone won’t bring in a significant amount of money in the short term, it can lead to your long-term goal of raising funds and awareness for your cause.

I find that many organizations are rethinking…

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Anyone can change the world. Support or help spread the word.

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Do you care about the children? Share our passion working for a better future for children affected by HIV and their communities. Join us today> Organize a fundraiser> Pray for our work> fund raise in your network> all donations are accepted online: To donate now 

Why chicken of peace!

Chicken create steady income for needy children and their families. Sustainable incomes lead to peaceful families. Chicken project can provide a steady sustainable income to provide for the needs of vulnerable children. 2 hens and a roaster(cock) can produce up to 150 eggs a year, which can be eaten, sold or hatched to provide a continual supply of nutritious food and essential income. Give wings to a family’s dreams with this wonderful gift—a Ugandan delicacy, year after year. Needy children raising their own chickens means that families don’t have to buy eggs, freeing up their hard-earned income for other…

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Do you care about the children? Share our passion working for a better future for children affected by HIV and their communities. Join us today> Organize a fundraiser> Pray for our work> fund raise in your network> all donations are accepted online: To donate now 

Why chicken of peace!

Chicken create steady income for needy children and their families. Sustainable incomes lead to peaceful families. Chicken project can provide a steady sustainable income to provide for the needs of vulnerable children. 2 hens and a roaster(cock) can produce up to 150 eggs a year, which can be eaten, sold or hatched to provide a continual supply of nutritious food and essential income. Give wings to a family’s dreams with this wonderful gift—a Ugandan delicacy, year after year. Needy children raising their own chickens means that families don’t have to buy eggs, freeing up their hard-earned income for other needs, such as their children’s education or health care.

A few months ago, NIRP supported 5 children with 2 hens and 1 Roaster and the results were amazing. From 2 hens to a poultry family. It was amazing how our little investment in these kids turned out to a model example in the community. the supported children can easily access their basic needs and the families can easily pay for their education and medication. Amazing support. We can up with chicken of peace after realizing the impact the poultry birds brought in the lives of needy children. This is the genesis of our campaign ,”Chicken of peace” hosted on 1% Club fundraising website in the Netherlands. All donations are online. You can also buy gift vouchers for your beloved friends. Join us, advocate for and help spread the word among your network of friends: Image

 

 

Campaigning for pigs of power

This pig brings prosperity and health to families.

Imagine the impact you will have when you provide for the well-being of a child, with the gift of a pig. This gift includes training on care of the pig, an ample supply of fortified feed and starter inoculations. Pigs are needed in Uganda.

Fundraising

Dear friends,

Warm greetings from NIRP’s headquarters in Masaka, Uganda.

We are contacting you to invite you to support our campaign to raise funds for gifts to empower 100 families out of poverty. We need your help both to enable this important project to take place and to help NIRP become a permanent member of globalgiving – an online fundraising platform.
 (see http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/gifts-to-empower-100-families-out-of-poverty/ )

To become a member of globalgiving NIRP has to participate in an “Open Challenge”, during which we have four weeks to raise USD 4,000 from at least 50 donors. Passing this test will allow NIRP to put more projects on globalgiving’s website to attract more funds. The Open Challenge started on 1 April to 30 April 2012

Some people may think that it is only one child that you are sponsoring, and it cannot make much a difference the world, but if you make a decision today to sponsor a child it is likely you are not alone, and it is one less child in this world that does not have to live in poverty.

Hope never runs dry. Together we can create a better world for families affected by HIV and AIDS

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Juliet Tumuhimbise 36 years is a member of Twegatte Women’s SHG in Bulando Village in Buwunga Subcounty. During the SHG group meetings, group members are trained in  different life skills among which they are trained in creation of Small scale Enterprises. Trained in livestock keeping and arable crops practices. Juliet lost her husband in 2008 due HIV and AIDS. She survives with 4 children.

Juliet was identified by the group members for our livestock empowerment program by her group members. Where Juliet received a pig in 2010. Juliet had to give back a piglet to another group member when the pig given to her produced offsprings. Before the end of 2010, Juliet’s pig produced 11 piglets and then gave back the piglet to another group member and the original pig become her own. She remained with the mother pig and 10 piglets. Unfortunately 2 of them died due to untraceable…

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