*Listed in America’s Nonprofit 501c3 Publication.
The official launch of Africa’s premier Nonprofit Charity Institution for Leadership and Management, which took place in Lagos on the September 5, 2022 United Nations International Day for Charity, has been reverberating around the globe particularly, the United States of America.
The epoch-making event which included Nonprofit lectures series, Charity Walk, Giving Sunday, investiture/induction of pioneer members of the Institute has caught the attention of global Nonprofit community with reviews and publication of the activities of the Institute on the two leading Nonprofit rating and media platforms, as best practice Charity medallion holder in Nonprofit Charity Leadership and Management.
In his remark, the founder of National Association of Non-profit Organizations and Executives (NANOE),USA, Dr. Jimmy LaRose, confirmed the evolution of the Institute, whose founder he attested to have observed for years as nonprofit best practice and accountability activist.
He stated that the Founder and President of Africa Institute for Charity (AIC), John E. Thompson as “an exceptional leader who cares about NGO accountability in Africa”.
While speaking on the confidence he has on the Institute for service delivery, Dr. LaRose testified that “I’ve spent the past few years interviewing John Thompson to better understand his dreams and passions” for impactful nonprofit Charity in Africa.
The United States social enterprise guru and President of National Development Institute (NDI), USA, Jimmy LaRose, also reteirated that the founder and President of Africa Institute for Charity, John E. Thompson, is a “NANOE member in good standing and the first international outreach’ in Africa certified as NANOE’s Best Practice Charity Medallion Holder.”
“NANOE’s Best Practice Charity Medallion are issued to Nonprofit organizations who maintain their annual-membership, keep their NANOE Link Profile up-to-date, commit to NANOE’s Best Practice Guidelines, and hold a letter of nonprofit corporation”.
In his reaction, AIC founder, John Thompson said, “it’s so amazing that our little effort at redefining social enterprise through Africa Institute for Charity (AIC) has caught global attention in nonprofit Charity governance.
AIC official launch published in America’s leading nonprofit journal #InsideCharity is the grace of God”.
Thompson also acknowledged that the
global recognition of Africa Institute for Charity (AIC) as listed in the United States’ topnotch Nonprofit Charity platform #501c3.buzz; few months after registration and launch, is an early duty call and a unique milestone in nonprofit capacity-building in Africa.