The two organisations I have selected are Oxfam and Coca Cola.
Oxfam International is a confederation of fourteen organisations working with over three thousand partners in around one hundred countries to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. They are a non profitable charity based mainly in Great Britain and America.
Oxfam operate internationally not just with there stores but with the help they provide for less developed countries around the world. It is in the voluntary and tertiary sector. The organization operates in many different countries helping develop lives in third world countries. Working with more than three thousand local partner organizations, they work with people living in poverty striving to exercise their human rights, assert their dignity as full citizens and take control of their lives.
They work with and through partners and communities on long-term programs to eradicate poverty and combat injustice. They deliver immediate life-saving assistance to people affected by natural disasters or conflict, and help to build their resilience to future disasters. They are part of a global movement for change raising public awareness of the causes of poverty and encourage ordinary people to take action for a fairer world. They press decision-makers to change policies and practices that reinforce poverty and injustice. They can speak with authority as a result of thorough research and analysis, and the real experience of our partners in developing countries. Oxfam is a charity organization. Advantages of this are being registered as a charity demonstrates that the organization is a charity in law and therefore subject to the Charity Commission's jurisdiction. This may enhance in the public a sense that the organization is reputable. Also Charities can apply for grants from trusts/donors that have a policy of giving only to charities. A registered charity has more chance of gaining access to and securing funds from central government...
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