Mission

To provide an effective service and information sharing platform to all registered NGO’s and to the international and local Donor Sector.

Vision Statement

Inspired by the thousands of NGO’s doing great work in South Africa, NGO-Advisor aims to respond to the needs of the NGO sector, but also the DONOR sector. We aim, in this way, to empower the NGO’s by offering them a platform where their achievements can be viewed by Donors. We also provide a much needed services to the Donors, locally and internationally, to locate worthy South African NGO’s.

We specifically aim to connect the donor with individual NGO’s. Our goal is to provide opportunities for both parties to find and be found through this website. We regularly reflect on the changing situation of the NGO sector and the DONOR sector and strive to be constantly effective for both the NGO and the DONOR.

Do you want to stand out from thousands of NGO’s? 

Access to funding is difficult. Only compliant organisations with proper transparency now stand the chance to access funds.

What does registering with NGO Advisor mean?

  • Registering with NGO Advisor means that you get an opportunity to show your compliance and transparency as an NGO to the Donors of the world.
  • Registering on this site is KEY to show that your organisation means business! It is important to show off your basic compliance by being transparent, which will give your charity a better opportunity to access funding.

Statistical information about the status of NGO's (charities) in South Africa

(Information supplied by Dept of Social Development, February 2018)

STAND OUT FROM THE 83% NON-COMPLIANT NPO’S. HOW?

BE PART OF THE MOVEMENT!  REGISTER NOW

So what must I do? How do I show my compliance?

Stand out from the rest!

Show your compliance and transparency to donors by receiving a Star Rated Gold, Silver or Bronze Certificate.  Be proud that your organisation has the main compliance documents in place.  This will assist you when applying for funding.

What is compliance?

In the past, being a registered Non Profit Organisation was sufficient.  The new generation of donors require a lot more information from you than just your NPO registration certificate.

What does NGOAdvisor.co.za do for you?

When you provide us with proof of documents, we will provide your organisation with a star rating, detailing your compliance to donors.  The maximum stars you can receive is 10 stars.

You will also receive a certificate of compliance which you can display in your office and you can also use this certificate as an attachment to your applications for maximum effect.

Cost:

For an administration fee of R35 per month, your NGO has the potential to be viewed and researched by many donors, agencies, corporate and individuals seeking worthy causes to fund.  You also receive your status as being compliant, giving you bragging rights.

Confidential?

Your Organisation’s documents are confidential and are not shared with the public.  Your star rating can be viewed on our website, but not your actual documentation.  If a donor wishes to see your documents, they will need to contact you directly.

DO YOU REQUIRE FURTHER ASSISTANCE?

Should you require any further assistance with your compliance documentation please contact us:  We can help your organisation reach a higher compliance rating.

See and be Seen!

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