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Charity Match: a training program for the charity sector


On February 23, we held a team meeting to discuss what Charity Match 2.0 would look like. We planned to shoot new videos, finalize extra materials, and add even more useful content. And we will definitely do it after the Ukrainian victory.

On February 24, the war started, and all the adjustments became irrelevant. The war continues, but we must be a strong rear for our defenders. Our strength is our knowledge. This is why we decided to launch Charity Match 2.0 now.

Charity Match 2.0 is an educational course for non-profit organizations and volunteer initiatives. The program aims to increase knowledge in project management, fundraising, communications, reporting, and participation in grant competitions.

In addition to the already available information, we have supplemented the course with extra materials that are focused on work during the war, including volunteering, and are relevant to the realities of Ukraine today.

The course includes:

  • Curriculum of 5 blocks containing videos, checklists, handouts;
  • Mentoring support by the Zagoriy Foundation team;
  • Opportunity to receive consultation on individual request;
  • Interviews with guest experts.

What has changed?

  • There is no selection for the course: the program is open to all non-profit organizations, foundations, and volunteer initiatives.
  • Homework is optional. Zagoriy Foundation team will check your work on request.
  • There is no final thesis.
  • Updated information, taking into account the activities during the war: optimization of the team and activities, communications during the war, submission of grant applications to international organizations, legal peculiarities of the non-profit sector.

Who can participate:

  • NGOs;
  • Charitable foundations and organizations;
  • Local governments;
  • Public utilities;
  • Volunteer initiatives;
  • Initiative groups (in partnership with local self-government or NGOs).

We believe that the gained knowledge will make your work more efficient and systematic.