• In Omnia Amare et Servire

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Conflict between beneficiary needs & finite charity

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Cause Details

“We believe in empowering and equipping local leaders. We help people who are helping people.”Abraham Maslow

Sanitation, And Hygiene Solutions

As the demand for services increases, there is often a resource constraint – usually in terms of finance or staff availability. Whilst for most corporate businesses, profit is the driving force, for a charity, decisions will be more complex.

  • As a charity, your driver has to be fulfilling your charitable purpose.
  • Is it most important that a service is financially viable?
  • Can you cut the staff time allocated and still deliver a safe and valuable service?
  • Is what the service users want and need more important afford to run the service?

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