Ubuntu is not only a name that relates to the latest technological advances in the world, it can also be connected to names like Andrew Rolfe and the Ubuntu Fund. Since Andrew Rolfe is now on the board of Unbutu Fund, he is actively involved in ensuring under privileged children can get the support that they need to live a better life. Since one of the primary concerns of this kind of charity is to make a huge difference in the lives of individual children, they are not only seeking make their current environments better, but also give them a way to escape a long life of poverty around them. Therefore, in conjunction with the efforts of individual donators, this organization has a number of different ways for people to contribute as well as keep up with the funds activities.
That said, Andrew Rolfe and the organization has set-up online resources that can be accessed at any time of the day or the night. Specifically, because Ubuntu fund has their own website, facebook, twitter and other key online communication tools that gives a clean eye view of what the organization has done and also what it is doing.
Currently, one of the strategies that this organization has implemented is impacting the children in Port Elizabeth’s townships in South Africa’s Eastern cape province.
To ensure the charity work that the organization does is effective, the money that the organization collects has to be placed toward specific needs that had already been identified by the organization. Meaning instead of Andrew Rolfe and the charitable organization accepting donations that were already assigned to an investors specified requirements, the money that the organization secures is used to make a specific impact on their set objectives and goals.
As a result, one of the best ways that the organization and Andrew Rolfe can ensure their goals are actually met is to garner support from the donor community as a whole. So, one of the most viable and organized way to make sure everyone involved know what the organization is intending to do was to raise large sums of non-profit money from donators in the World Economic Forum.