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Difference Between NGO and Trust

NGO vs Trust

Our green planet is only one. We have one Creator, and we are said to be guardians of our own kind. Therefore, we must look after each other, care for each other, and love one another. There should be no discrimination against any race, gender, nationality, age and, most importantly, religion. We may be different but we are one.

As young children, we were taught good values and to be of prime help to others. And as man learned the art of helping, so it became big and organized to help those who are in need. With this, an NGO and a trust come in hand to help others. But what are an NGO and a trust? What are the differences?

“NGO” stands for “Non-governmental Organization” while “trust” is the word trust itself. NGOs are responsible for the promotion of certain causes whether it is in health, education, labor, environment, and other fields of life. Trusts, on the other hand, are when a person wants his or her properties and money to be managed by a certain body which is a trust. Trusts also assist in doing charitable work for the entire body of mankind whether it is medical, educational, labor, etc.

NGOs are also voluntary organizations which can be free but have considerations. An NGO usually aids the government with the programs that they can’t usually do in its extent and strength. Trusts, on the other hand, are not dependent on the programs of the government. Trusts have their own policies since they can be public or private trusts. It does not need any aid from the government or any organization. NGOs can receive financial assistance from the government while trusts cannot.

Examples of NGOs are: Red Cross, Red Crescent, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, and Doctors Without Borders while an example of a trust includes the Britain-Nepal Medical Trust.

Summary:
1. “NGO” stands for “Non-governmental Organization” while “trust” is the word trust itself.
2. NGOs aid the government with the programs they can’t already do while trusts are not dependent on the government.
3. NGOs can receive financial assistance from the government while trusts cannot.
4. Examples of NGOs are: Red Cross, Red Crescent, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, and Doctors Without Borders while an example of a trust includes Britain-Nepal Medical Trust.


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