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Learn to raise funds and mobilise support!

Free online courses

Local Fundraising

How to successfully raise funds and diversify the income of your organisation

 

Mobilising Support

How to get more support and commitment from stakeholders and decision makers

News & Inspiration

 

IFCOnline - virtual conference 13-16 October

IFCOnline - virtual conference 13-16 October, 4 days packed with exciting keynote speakers on social change and workshops with the latest insights on fundraising, philanthropy and communitybuilding. >>

 

Accredited certificates now available

After finishing any module, you can now purchase a personal certificate accredited by the NCOI University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. The e-course on Local Fundraising is also endorsed by the The Resource Alliance, a global network for fundraisers, and the e-ecourse on Mobilising Support is endorsed by CIVICUS, global alliance for civil society. >>

 

Gamechangers in times of Challenges

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about challenges that had not been anticipated by civil society organisations across the world. They have necessitated changes to the way organizations work and respond to the needs of the communities they serve. In this edition of the CtGA newsletter, read the latest stories of change from organisations in Asia, Latin America and Africa who are finding ways to address new needs and work in their communities in these changing times. Change the Game Academy (CtGA) builds the capacities of a broad range of organizations at the grassroots level in middle and low-income countries across the world to raise funds and mobilise other forms of support. >>

 

CESE reinforces its support to projects and fundraising campaigns helping movements to resist the pandemic

Latin America has achieved the global distinction of being the current epicentre of the pandemic – and, according to the World Health Organization, Brazil is the country of greatest concern. As at the end of August, the country had surpassed 121,000 deaths from coronavirus, with a record number of 3.86 million infected people according to WHO. >>