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  Useful Checklists
PPT by Mr. Noshir Dadrawala- Karmayog - NGO Council Workshop on Fund Raising for NGOs , Aug 29, 2006 at Bombay Stock Exchange
Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium (APPC) - Accounting Guide for Non-Profits - 2006
For NGOs
National Policy on the Voluntary Sector - May 2007
Draft Public Service Bill, 2006
Trusts need not pay 2% Charity Cess 
Sponsorship Appeal Format
Tax Exemptions for Donations
Questions to ask Sponsors / Donors
Possible revenue sources for nonprofits
How a business can help nonprofits
Organisational Structure of a Nonprofit - an example
Understand stakeholder perspectives
Formation of Charitable Trust

Anatomy of the Bombay NGO sector (pdf)

Registration of Society

It is interesting to read these guides to understand the requirements and process of getting a grant e.g
www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/foundation/humanitarian.html is the Guide to Humanitarian Grants of the Rotary.

www.nonprofitexpert.com/international.htm is a neat Free International Grant Resource Guide that can get you all the money you need :-)

and www.govspot.com/features/grants.htm will tell you how to write an application for a grant :-)
How to write an effective PROJECT PROPOSAL
Approaches to Evaluation - why and how to evaluate
The various types of donor - ngo relationships
Start your own ngo
http://mha.nic.in/fore.htm  has a synopsis of the FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION (REGULATION) Act, 1976. 
The various forms are at http://mha.nic.in/fcra/forms/formsindex.htm
For sponsors / donors: 
To funds schools / education: www.ashanet.org/pune/akshardeep-proposal.doc
In-kind donations for nonprofits
Categorizing NGOs
Seven progressive stages to get beneficiaries to get involved:
1. Visit and meet
2. Invitation
3. Appeal
4. Occasional attendance
5. Time of slow acquaintance
6. Explicit proposal
7. A sense of commitment

read this very well-thought out article by Guy Poitevin guy@giaspn01.vsnl.net.in at www.iias.nl/host/ccrss/microsys.htm
Rotary Handbooks useful for any org
www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/programs/rotaract.html
www.rotary.org/programs/interact/resources/web.html
It is interesting to read these guides to understand the requirements and process of getting a grant e.g
www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/foundation/humanitarian.html is the Guide to Humanitarian Grants of the Rotary.

www.nonprofitexpert.com/international.htm is a neat Free International Grant Resource Guide that can get you all the money you need :-) and www.govspot.com/features/grants.htm will tell you how to write an application for a grant :-)

 

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