Local NGOs share sustainable strategies to serving the needy

Local NGOs share their experiences regarding sustainability challenges during a roundtable discussion held in conjunction with the 5th edition of Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA)’s campaign. Photo: RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

Running a social organisation requires a lot of heart, dedication, hard work - and also importantly, a sustainable operating model.

While many Good Samaritans have noble intentions of helping others, there remains the challenge of keeping their altruistic efforts running for the long-term.

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