Moussa Cissé has written this book in order for his experience with the Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) not to be lost. He often says: "When you fail don't lose the lesson the failure brought to you". This book needs to serve as guide to Moussa's African Brothers who live in the States, and to give them a chance to benefit from the huge opportunities that are offered in the philanthropy sector and the immense American expertise that exist in the matter of non-profit organizations management. This book is destined to serve as an instrument for the inter-cultural, socio-economic and political integration between the leaders and animators of the Non Governmental Organizations, and the administrative bodies, the law makers, the religious congregations, the communities of the Developing Countries and their American counter parts, and the international institutions and government organisms of the Developed Countries. "During my career as a journalist, the management of the 'International African Community Council' drew me away from the pen. But when suddenly the organization's activities came to an end, there was only one thing left for me to do; draw a lesson from my misadventures (at last profitable) and share my experiences with the public at large with this book." This book is for the public - and the people who live here and overseas. The leaders of Non Governmental Organizations (and would-be leaders); the members of the Philanthropic Foundations, the authorities at the head of governmental administrative agencies, the law makers, the members of religious congregations, the people of your community, the board members of corporations and the academia, should all read this book.