We’re delighted to report that FareShare has made it to the list of top 100 NGO’s, which is put together by the Global Journal.
The first international ranking of its kind, this exclusive in-depth feature aims to stimulate debate, while providing academics, diplomats, policymakers, international organisations and the private sector an insight into the ever changing dynamics and innovative approaches of the non-profit world and its 100 leading actors.
Recognising the significant role of NGOs as influential agents of change on a global scale, The Global Journal has sought to move beyond outdated clichés and narrow conceptions about what an NGO is and does. From humanitarian relief to the environment, public health to education, microfinance to intellectual property, NGOs are increasingly at the forefront of developments shaping the lives of millions of people around the world.
Nicoletta Zappile, from the Global Journal, says: “It gives us great pleasure to congratulate FareShare for its selection as one of the Top 100 Best NGOs in the world by The Global Journal.”
The Global Journal highlights FareShare for its work in giving surplus food a purpose and feeding thousands of people a day. Here is FareShare’s profile.