NGOs differ from profit organizations in the sense that their primary goal is to provide help. Their focus is on the activity itself while profit organizations generate profits as their main goal and their activities are a means to create it. These programs rely on money to be able to provide help and fulfill their activities.
An important aspect of these programs is creating awareness about their cause and attracting funds to ensure continuity. Volunteers will make great assets to the business development team when they are comfortable in sales, great at developing relationships and standing up for what they believe in. If this sounds like you, volunteering for business development within an NGO will bring great satisfaction and support the local community.