Showing kindness to others is an essential part of life.


When you make a donation, you help improve the circumstances and hardships of those in need. Everyone has the responsibility to help others.

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have gone out of their way to help the unfortunate in society. However, some are faced with challenges, including a shortage of resources.

You can make donations either directly to the needy or through the not-for-profits to stand in the gap.

NGOs aim to provide better healthcare, a conducive environment, education, and other fundamental human rights to unfortunate people. Although helping others can be a challenge, especially when the economy is tight, never stop giving.

Imagine how life can get tougher for the needy in those times of hardship.

You’re better off even if the economy gets tight because you can still access the things you need. But, the unfortunate struggle even to access the most basic needs such as food and shelter.

Giving isn’t conditional, meaning you should help both in difficult and easy times of your life.

Most African countries like Uganda are poor. This explains why a number of NGOs work hard to help the situation in such developing countries. Donating to non-profits in Uganda is beneficially in many ways, including:

  • Self-satisfaction and happiness
  • Protecting communities
  • Providing power
  • Standing a chance to win influence
  • Creating an opportunity to better Uganda
  • Poverty reduction among Ugandans
  • Justice

Top 7 Benefits of Making Donations to Non-Profits Based in Uganda

1) Self-satisfaction and happiness

It has been proven that those who donate feel satisfied for taking part in a noble cause compared to those who hold back their wealth. They’re more positive with life and more satisfied with themselves.

Donating to non-profits in Uganda and other parts of the world increases harmony and happiness among communities. Those who donate feel happy when they see that their help has made a positive impact in the lives of the needy.

Donation beneficiaries feel happy because people of goodwill ease their hardships. Donations bring joy and contentment among individuals.

2) Protecting communities

Health, food, and social security are important. For example, disability benefits and food stamps in the U.S. are safety net programs with many benefits.

Giving donations through NGOs in Uganda and other countries is essential in providing safety nets. They ensure that critical assistance gets to local communities during times of need.

The organizations are helpful in emergency situations. NGOs in Uganda identify viable community-based organizations and use them to offer faster response to emergencies and the needs of the local communities.

3) Providing power

For a country to develop, energy is the number one resource it needs. Uganda harnesses energy, but still experiences lots of power shortages. Ugandans often experience unstable electricity supply.

Uganda is not a developed country. Therefore, it also depends on donations to keep the country running. Donating to NGOs is beneficial because relevant causes help tackle such issues.

Donating other sources of power like portable generators built for super quiet operation can improve electricity supply stability. Portable generators are easy to use.

Donating portable generators to local communities gives those living in remote areas access to power. The portability of the generators means they can be carried to various social functions. They’re also efficient.

4) Standing a chance to win influence

Generous people who help regularly have a lot of influence on the organizations and communities which they help.

NGOs often consider those who donate to them as board members; so much that they would easily pick anyone among the donors to represent the people.

When on the board, you can influence decision-making in the organization and even at the communities where the NGO offers help.

To win this chance, you must demonstrate that you’re interested in investing both your time and resources to the organizations regularly.

5) Creating an opportunity to better Uganda

Everybody is dreaming of making the world great. Everyone wants a world with zero crimes, diseases, poverty, and other misfortunes. Uganda itself needs to be a better country.

To ensure this, donate to charity organizations that aim at improving the standards of Ugandans.

6) Poverty reduction among Ugandans

Uganda, just like most African countries and others in the rest of the world, is poverty-stricken. One of the main aims of donations is to minimize the high levels of poverty. Donations are one good way of fighting poverty.

People are blessed differently. There are those who have more material resources than others. The only way to strike a balance is when those who have more offer to help the unfortunate.

When you donate to NGOs in Uganda, the donations can be used to enhance the education and health sectors. This way, Ugandans get to save on extra costs. Therefore, they’ll be able to accumulate wealth and fight poverty.

7) Justice

Unlike developed countries that have good education, health and living standards, Uganda and most African countries have the exact opposite. Ugandans lack such opportunities. In order to build Uganda, social sustainability has to take place.

Most Ugandans have talents and good skills, but because of a lack of better platforms to perform their skills, they end up being wasted.

Donating to NGOs ensures that such talents and skills are tapped, and opportunities justly given to everyone who deserves them.


NGOs rely on donations to run their activities. Philanthropy is their main power source for boosting and supporting communities. In most countries, acts of charity are tax-free, the better reason to donate.

However, consider giving, not only because of tax relief but for the reason that there’s more to it. Donations are beneficial both at the individual and community level.

You don’t need to be a billionaire to help. Even a cent is enough to make a significant improvement in Uganda. Donate to be a beacon of hope to the needy.