Frequently Asked Questions


Most frequent questions and answers

A Swiss-based non-profit corporation that helps NGOs become financially sustainable. We do this by helping them transform into social enterprises and better market themselves.

Causedirect is a Swiss limited company (“Société Anonyme” – SA) with a capital of CHF 100’000. The firm is a purpose, impact driven organization, meaning that profit is not the primary objective. Causedirect commits to give back 10% of its profits to charities of its choice.

We believe that because the world is changing so quickly, NGOs need to change their model and learn from social enterprises and startups.
We believe that their business model can only help them to find the necessary funds to continue their activity and to distinguish themselves from the competition.

By radically changing your way of communicating. This implies a redefinition of your website, your service design, as well as your copywriting, your storytelling, and your theory of change. Not to mention clarifying your vision and mission.
In short, we help you increase your visibility and differentiate yourself from other organizations so that you can attract the support you need to carry out your mission.

The price for a radical transformation is high, in the order of a few thousand dollars, because the training we provide addresses all the necessary points to enable you to transform your organization into a successful social enterprise.
However, nothing prevents you from proceeding step by step, starting with a website, and a better definition of your project (vision and mission). In which case, it will only cost you 850 dollars excluding taxes and hosting.

The prices of 850 dollars HT includes:
– A new website,
– Copywriting,
-Integration of  features allowing donations and fundraising campaign creation,
– SEO optimization,
– A multilingual website,
– A responsive site.

The site comes with a guide teaching how you can modify your  content, add text, etc…

The Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice (source: United Nations).
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