Top Jewish Non Profit
You have 11 days to enter your favorite Jewish charity to win a Jewish Choice Award 2009 from the web site GreatNonprofits.org. It’s a legit group with a great track record, and now it’s out to draw great Jewish non-profits, and the people who love and use them, to its site. here’s the scoop:
onprofits with at least 10 positive reviews (4 or 5 stars) will receive exposure to potential donors via the GreatNonprofits list of Top-Rated Jewish Nonprofits and via Guidestar, the premier site for philanthropic research on the Web. Plus, nonprofits with the most positive reviews in their regions and budget sizes will receive badges, a free project posting on JGooders.com, and additional media promotion.
Nonprofits can take this opportunity to invite stakeholders – clients, volunteers, donors and partners – to write a review. They will gain powerful, authentic stories that they can use in internal and external communications. Community members will be sharing with the public their best experiences with nonprofits. Contest deadline: October 31st
Are you a nonprofit? Scroll down to see tips for gathering reviews!
“Reviews show the real human impact of a nonprofits and raise the visibility and credibility of those organizations,” says GreatNonprofits CEO Perla Ni. “This will help highly-rated nonprofits attract more support and volunteers.”
GreatNonprofits is a nonprofit Web site where people can post reviews of nonprofit organizations, similar to Yelp or TripAdvisor.
Nonprofits with the most positive reviews in their category will be announced as winners and receive promotion on GuideStar.org. Awards will be given out of 10 categories (6 geographic US regions, 1 international, and 3 budget size – small, medium and large).
In addition, everyone who writes a review is eligible to win great prizes such as signed copies of “Business Mensch,” by Noah Alper, free Noahs’ Bagels, and a stay at Kimpton hotels.
The contest deadline is October 31. Gentlemen and ladies, start your entries…..