I'm looking for your lessons learned, tips, and things to avoid when raising money for nonprofit technology. I'll be presenting a session at NTC12 and I'd love to tell some of your stories. Please share!
Might find npower and/or OrgSpring to be a resource for information related to non profits and IT.My impression from visiting their websites is that both groups do some work around non profits and technology.
I visited US in 2010, the US technology can do better in South Sudan. Now I'm in Juba the capital city of Central Equatoria State as well the temporary capital of the Republic of Southt Sudan. I am planning to raisee an amount of 3,000,000 US $ for the coming ten years 2013 - 2023 the money can gradually build up technology in South Sudan. As the founder of the Foundation for Research and Developmental Services (FRDS), I'm building up a new small team from mechanical personnel, who are now can do some research work to find a ground for establishing FORD CENTER to assemble Ford cars. I am still at primary step then I will start fundraising missions; at local, national, regional, and global levels. check our foundation at: http://fordsisea.yolasite.com/ We in Foundationfor Research and Developmental Services, our foundation can invest in US technology this is soon and or later.
Therefore, I am inviting partners who has funds from US to join the foundation's call race along the mission of restoring technology in SOUTH SUDAN, WELCOME!
Call 00211-956006813 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Juba Central Equatoria State.
Personal. Name: Mr. John Jada Faustino Mogga Joseph Yongo.
Date and place of birth: 1966 Juba – Central Equatoria State, Southsudan.
Occupation: Professional Administrator, Teacher, Volunteer and Developer.
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Linkedin: John J. Youngo.
Facebook: John Youngo.
Educational and Courses:
1973 – 1996: Primary, Intermediate, Senior Secondary and University of Odurman El Ahlia Khartoum “Diploma in Business Administration.”
1996 - 1997: Practical Trainings “jobs training” in Personnel Management, Administration and Finance, Communication, Advocacy, Workshops, Conferences, Meetings and Seminars.
1983 … on: Activist
2010 Jan. Feb.: Participated at the Award from USA Department of State in Multicultural and International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) Ref. Community Colleges, Adult-education, US Universities, and some Government Institutions.
Voluntary Work and Activities:
1999 - 2000: Member at Documentation and media works at Jubilee Year Office – Catholic Church Khartoum. 1999 – 2004: Cofounder and Secretary General at Volunteers for Peace Building Program (VPBP) – Khartoum. 2000 2011: Teacher for Geography, Economics, Management, Computer and Accounts. Financial Administrator, Registrar, Students Advisor and HIV/AIDS’ Enlightenment Coordinator at Saints Peter and Paul Secondary School.
2010: Volunteer, Founder, President and Executive Coordinator at Foundation for Research and Developmental Services FRDS. (Under establishment). http://fordsisea.yolasite.com/, (Economic Growth; Communities Investment Business within the field of Agro Farming)
2011 – 2012: Headmaster [Grade 3] at Saints Peter and Paul Secondary School Khartoum-Sudan. 2013: Teacher of English Language [Recent Absorption (not yet resumed) Grade 5] at John Garang Sec. School – Juba.
2013: Secretary for Information Kolye East Development Association KEDA.
03/17/2013 03:07 am
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