Who is a donor?
A donor is any individual, family, social group or corporate institution that voluntarily decides to promote the social work of the foundation either financially or in kind.
What’s the Donors Club?
This is a community service delivery resource mobilization program of the foundation.
What are the key Roles of Donors?
- Resource mobilization support; and
- Monitoring and evaluating activities of the foundation.
What are the Rights of Donors?
- Making project funding choice
- Giving any necessary instructions on the project implementation process
- Receiving feedback reports on project implementation progress
- Carrying out an independent audit of project implementation outcome
How is the Donors Club organized?
Members of the club are expected to establish communication networks within the six-tier administrative structure of the foundation namely village, divisional, area, country and regional networks which are overally coordinated – at the international level – by the foundation’s head office Donors Club Program Director.
Members of the club, at different levels, are expected to organize various get-together activities that would help bind them as a common entity and provide them with an interactive opportunity.
Members of the club are thus at liberty to appoint their respective Networking Co-ordinators to facilitate operational activities.
Donor Communication Channels
Well-organized donors are advised to communicate to the head office of the foundation through their respective Network Co-ordinators. Otherwise, donors with no networks are requested to communicate directly to the Executive Director of the foundation through the normal registration process for data entry and further communication links.