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How we Work with Multiple Charitable Causes Globally

The Common Good Union (CGU) aims to play a vital role in addressing some of the most pressing global issues, such as poverty, inequality, security, and environmental degradation. However, we understand that we cannot address all of these issues on our own. That's why a global multi-faceted approach is important for us.

There are a few different ways that we aim to fulfill our mission:

  • Establishing specific programs or initiatives: We can establish specific programs or initiatives that focus on a particular cause, while also maintaining a broader mission that encompasses multiple causes. For example, we may have a program that specifically addresses the needs of disadvantaged students in a particular country, while also supporting other education-related causes such as teacher training and school infrastructure in other countries.
  • Partnerships and collaborations: Another way for CGU to work with multiple causes is through partnerships and collaborations with other organizations. For example, we may partner with another non-profit focused on poverty alleviation in a specific region to develop sustainable livelihoods for communities living in conservation areas.

It is important to note that CGU does have a clear and specific mission statement, which aligns with our cause and strive to communicate effectively to our donors, volunteers, and other stakeholders. Furthermore, we ensure that all the programs and initiatives are aligned with the mission statement and are in compliance with the laws and regulations of the countries where we are working.

We Create Detailed Information Guides about Global Charitable Causes

We believe before someone can take action it is necessary to learn about the history and underlying cause. That is why we are dedicated to educating the public about the various global charitable causes that we support. One of the ways we do this is by creating detailed literature and information guides about these causes - we call these guides "Stories," they are detailed, but at approximately 10,000 words will take the average person only about 1 hour to read, listen or watch. We make these Stories as accessible as possible with versions available in audio (via and on your favorite podcast platform), video (via YouTube), eBook (via and Amazon) and even print (via Amazon).

Each CGU Story includes information such as:

  • Background and history of the cause: We provide background information on the cause and its history, including the reasons why it is an important issue to address.
  • Current situation: We provide an overview of the current situation, including statistics and data that highlight the scale of the problem.
  • Goals and objectives: We outline the goals and objectives of Non-Profit efforts to address the cause, as well as the impact we hope to achieve.
  • Programs and initiatives: We provide information on the programs and initiatives that Non-Profits are implementing to address the cause, including details on how these initiatives are being implemented and their expected outcomes.
  • Ways to get involved: We provide information on ways for individuals and organizations to get involved and support our efforts, including information on how to donate, volunteer, or raise awareness about the cause.

Our Stories are designed to be easy to read and understand, and are available in multiple media formats to ensure that they reach a wide audience.

We believe that by educating the public about global charitable causes, we can increase awareness, raise funds, and mobilize action to make a real impact in the world.

We Are Stronger Together

We believe that people, groups or organizations are more effective at achieving their goals when they work together in a united and cohesive way, rather than working alone or in competition with each other. We believe that by working together, people can combine their strengths, skills, and resources, to achieve more than they could individually. We promote a sense of unity and mutual support among the Non-Profit community.