* Enhance the sector's ability to share information with other voluntary organizations
, governments and other major stakeholders;
The second consideration involves the relative power of the voluntary organization
's many stakeholders.
For a complete list of these organizations, with links to their websites, visit Texas Voluntary Organizations
Active in Disaster.
Cash contributions to voluntary organizations
make good sense for a number of reasons:Financial contributions help ensure a steady flow of important services to disaster survivors in need;Local organizations spend the money in the local disaster area, accelerating recovery of the local economy;Cash donations rather than unsolicited donated goodsavoid the complicated, costly and time-consuming process of collecting, transporting and distributing the goods, and Cash donations to recognized relief organizations are tax-deductible.
The purpose of these voluntary organizations
is to assist convicts in spiritual, professional and physical development, develop useful initiative of convicts, render positive influence on convicts, participate in the decision making of organization of works, assist to administration of the penal colonies in maintenance of discipline and order, form the healthy relations between the convicts, provide social assistance to convicts and their families.
Chairman of Central Africa Department at the National Congress, Muhanad Awad has appreciated the role being played by the national voluntary organizations
and its response to the humanitarian needs in Central Africa Republic, Affirming the NC keenness to maintain good relation with the neighboring countries .
McCleary's work was selected by a judging committee of AFP's Research Council and was praised as first truly comprehensive study of private voluntary organizations
and their complex interaction with the U.S.
have traditionally played a major role in the nation's response to disasters, but the response to Hurricane Katrina raised concerns about their ability to handle large-scale disasters.
These programs provide direct and indirect funding to a wide range of voluntary organizations
(mostly smaller ones) that help implement their goals.
Marty, Joining In: Exploring The History Of Voluntary Organizations
by Karen J.
Friendly societies were also voluntary organizations
which provided conviviality and, correspondingly, the development of an identity or political consciousness that allowed working men and women to engage in economic, social, and political organization while maintaining the respectability and even social conservatism that was so valued in Victorian culture.
was characterized by an enormous efflorescence of voluntary organizations
. If you look at membership in churches, community groups, and so on in the United States, it's very much higher than in most European countries.