Boxing clever helps shore up financial muscle and push delivery

NGOs need to stay financially fit in tight times to change lives

As a social activist, I understand the mechanics and complexities of development work. There is nothing more fulfilling than working for an organisation whose sole purpose is to improve a specific development area troubling society.

It is no wonder, then, that the sector is often full of passionate, purpose-driven people who want to change the world. We manage to gain the support of others who back our causes with money, skills and other donations and in this way, non-profit outfits can grow to be sizeable organisations, both in terms of the number of employees as well as annual budgets being administered...

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