Alameda, CA, November 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Of the around 1 million public charities in the US alone, over 50,000 fail each year(1); half have no strategic plan(2); and 84% are not mobile compatible(3). The new Auerbach Global-Impact Foundation (AGIF; www.theAGIF.org) helps reverse these trends so that non-profits worldwide can succeed and thrive.
Rolling out its launch in November 2018, the new Auerbach Global-Impact Foundation (www.theAGIF.org) helps reverse these trends so that non-profits worldwide can succeed and thrive.
Funded initially and primarily by Auerbach International Inc. of Alameda, CA, a full-service translation and global-marketing consultancy, the AGIF advances the missions of all kinds of nonprofits, also called non-governmental organizations (NGOs). While the AGIF’s first emphasis will be NGOs with small budgets, its methods and programs serve NGOs of all sizes.
According to Founder Philip B. Auerbach, “Having visited 55 countries and many states, I’ve seen how hundreds of outstanding NGOs could be more effective. I had no one cause I wanted to address by creating yet another NGO. Instead, by remedying the core problems of most NGOs, all humanity can be uplifted.”
For NGOs, the AGIF provides a growing library of courses and resources, ways to get more donors and funding, social media and press publicity, community engagement, and grants to pay for training and expansion.
Programs of the AGIF include a Global NGO Directory where NGOs/nonprofits can present their cause and get donations, get capacity-building resources and courses to fix operating flaws, get grants to pay for them, and get other grants to broaden and deepen their missions.
The AGIF can also produce videos to showcase NGOs’ work; translate their missions, websites and content into ethnic and world languages; and provide interpreters telephonically or on-site worldwide.