A donor explains why NGO newsletters are important
- From: nimesh sumatiA DOCTOR COUPLE Dr ASHISH AND KAVITA SATAV, HAVE DEVOTED THEIR LIVES TO RUN A HOSPITAL FOR THE KORKU TRIBALS OF MELGHAT, M'RASHTRA, NGO: MAHAN, WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUPPORT ??? CONTACT: MAIL2NIMESH@...Hi,Vinay i had initiated this for our group ngos, thought why not mail it to Karmayog, it may benefit many more ngos through your list.THE IMPORTANCE OF A NEWS LETTER( FROM A DONOR'S POINT OF VIEW )It shall be very good to have a PERIODIC NEWS LETTER , not printed but on email ONE PAGE ONLY giving the important or routine happenings at your organisation. This would be helpful to us as under....
In short it works well for all , so kindly come out with a PERIODIC NEWS LETTER at least once every quarter and not monthly.Those of you who are already posting a newsletter, please circulate it through Karmayog.best regardsTWO HELPING HANDS ARE BETTER THAN A HUNDRED PRAYING LIPS
- Donors are updated with latest news and information of the NGO
- We need not ask for the same from you and avoid waiting for a few days
- It would also help you to reflect on your work and achievements -- a review sort of
- It reflects very well on the administration and working of your organisation.
- It makes us feel more connected, when we get the same.
- It becomes easier to assess and monitor your progress.
- The problems and hurdles, if any, are conveyed sooner by this medium -- gives us time to act
- Saves a lot of time for both to answer the same questions again and again -- less duplication.
- Even without a website or latest brochure, cd, etc. we have something on hand to pass on.
- Instead of some email every now and then, this becomes a summary for about 3 months.