Is the sentence correct?
This organization is wanted to be recognized so we could....
Please make this in to passive.
We want this organization to be recognized.
Not sure what you are trying to say. Here are some correct possibilities:
The organization wants to be recognized in order to...
The organization wants us to recognize it so that...
and also the opposite.
I would suggest the following options:
The organization's acknowledgment is wanted.
The organization's acknowledgment is desired
The organization's recognition is wanted.
The organization's recognition is desired.
The acknowledgment of the organization is a will.
However, I don't consider anyone above to be exactly the passive voice version you are looking for.
I don't remember right now a usual English passive voice sentence with the verb want.
P.S.1: Not a native speaker
P.S.2: It would be interesting to read someone's opinion. I would appreciate if someone could correct the suggested options above.
I THINK " WANT " DOESN'T HAVE PASSIVE FORM.
Usually the gangster was wanted by the police, remember?
And what about that ad you were thinking about replying to, where it was written: "English teachers wanted" ?
"The outlaw in the picture below is wanted (by the authorities) for bank robbery,"
"He is wanted by the FBI."
"That man is wanted by the police."
The rule that I found says:
want, love, like, hate + object + infinitive cannot be made passive.
She wanted him to leave.
I think that your examples are different.