NGOsource spoke to four NGOs that are certified in the NGOsource repository and asked each one to reflect on how COVID-19 has changed their work the past year.
Founded in 1969, Rajkot Cancer Society provides quality cancer care and treatment to all patients, regardless of socioeconomic status. In the fall of 2020, Rajkot Cancer Society became certified...
The funding that the Dr. CL Smith Foundation received after going through the ED process allowed it to implement key initiatives dedicated to improving the quality of educational outcomes in South...
The equivalency determination process supported the National Refugee Council's goal of preserving its independence and allowing for greater flexibility in its programming as the organization works...
Having an equivalency determination helped streamline the process for Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator to access US-based funding.
See how the ED process helped Women's Legal Aid Centre expand its work empowering women and vulnerable populations.
Learn how ED helped the Gaia Foundation establish trust and transparency with potential funders.
The ED Slow Food International received helps them to implement crucial, high-impact activities regarding food systems.
Receiving an ED helped the International Detention Coalition raise its profile among grantmakers in its efforts to reduce and eliminate mistreatment of refugees and migrants.
We take a look back on the amazing growth of La Conscience, one of the first NGOs to receive an ED through NGOsource, over the past five years.
After receiving an ED in May 2014, UK Citizens Online Democracy was able to be more ambitious in its efforts to open up and strengthen civil society.
Hivos was the first organization in the Netherlands to support the few openly LGBTI activists in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and build a strong LGBTI movement.