The non-profit companies exists solely to provide programs and services that are of public benefit such as the promotion of social welfare, economic development, religion, charity, education or research. Earnings may not benefit individuals or stake-holders.
What is the difference between a NGO and an NPO?
An NPO is a Non-Profit Organisation while an NGO is simply a widely used term for various organisations that are not part of government, but focus on development, environment and human rights.
What are the steps involved in registering an NPO?
All organisations that fall under the Non-Profit Organisations Act (NPO Act) must register as a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) with the Department of Social Welfare.
- Different types of NPO’s
- Which types of organisations can apply for NPO status?
- What does it cost to register an NPO?
- How long does it take to register an NPO?
- How to register a Section 21 company
- What are the pros and cons of operating as an NPO?