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Compèring Script for the World NGO Day – February 27

Each year, various communities, international leaders, diplomats, and many organizations around the world celebrate World NGO Day on February 27th. Officially, the 12 member countries of the IX Baltic Sea NGO Forum of the Council of the Baltic Sea States recognized and celebrated in 2010. Onwards, people around the world celebrate and honor NGOs who work for our betterment. So, the article below covers Comparing script for the World NGO Day – February 27.

Comparing script for the World NGO Day - February 27
Compèring script for the World NGO Day – February 27

Compèring Script for the World NGO Day – February 27

A good evening and a warm welcome to one and all present over here.

A ship is always safe at the shore but that’s not what it is built for. Initially, we roll down a red carpet of welcome to all the dignitaries, parents and guests; well-wishers, and friends.

It’s an honor that this beautiful audience has gathered here. I (names of the host) once again welcome you all on behalf of the respected principle (name of the principal), teachers, and whole school family on this beautiful function aimed to celebrate and honor non-governmental organizations or NGOs. So thank you all for giving your valuable and prized time.

Welcoming Guests

now here we have our honorable chief guest of this evening (name of the guest) who is the … Also, we acknowledge the presence of our guest of honor (name of the guest) who is the … Thank you, for being here on this very beautiful day.


Respect and honor all human beings irrespective of their religion, color, race, sex, language, status, property, birth, profession/job, and so on.
We would like to start the program with a Lord’s Prayer by (name)
Thanks for (name of the reciter)

National Anthem

First of all, there is a humble request from our side. We would like to stand up in the respect of the National Anthem and give a hand to our singers, please.

Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.

Welcome Tableau

“We dance for laughter, we dance for tears, we dance for madness, we dance for fears, we dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.”

So without wasting your time, let us move on with a welcome performance by our cute little fairies and handsome gentlemen. To call them on the stage, put your hands together for them.

outstanding! I am sure you all enjoyed the cute performance of our fairies. So, a round of applause for them, please.


Indeed NGOs have significant roles to play, alongside government, in our improvement. Also, they take work of moral and social responsibilities that ought to be taken by the government. 

So, with that being said we would like to call upon our speaker, (name of the speaker) to share his views on the given topic.

Thank you, (name of the speaker) for sharing his thoughts.


Moving ahead, let’s have some entertainment. Our students have worked hard to bring their audiences’ own drama, tears, and laughter they know about to them, so we hope you all will enjoy it. To call them on the stage, please. round of applause for them.

Mind-blowing illustration! We would like to thank and appreciate our students for such a heart-touching performance.

Speech by Chief Guest

It’s my esteem pleasure to invite our chief guest Mr (name of the guest) on the stage to say some words.

Sir, you hardly need any introduction, you have made all of us proud of your distinguished work in numerous capacities for the society and upliftment of the poor… You are one of the most well-respected dignitaries.

So, please put your hands together.

Thank you, sir, for sharing your thoughts.

Calling principle on the stage

Now, we would bother respected (name of the principal) principle of (name of the institute) to say some words.

Thank you, sir. We appreciate your hard work and dedication towards this institute.


There is always an end to every event such as this auspicious event. We are glad that you joined us today. Moreover, wish you all happiness, peace, health, success, and liberty.

I hope the Comparing script for World NGO Day – February 27 was helpful to you. If you had any questions or suggestions, please, let us know in the comment section below.

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