May 23, 2012 at 04:51pm
When you make a purchase online, or grab a meal at a new restaurant, it’s likely that you think about writing a review; either positive or negative. Writing and reading reviews online has become a practice pervasive in our everyday lives as consumers. Why not use this model to also assess the efficacy of social welfare programs? GreatNonprofits CEO Perla Ni seeks to address this question in a recent article published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
In the article, cowritten by Family Independence Initiative Vice President Mia Birdsong, we recommend that low-income clients should be able to voice their complaints, suggestions and compliments. (Download the full Stanford Social Innovation Review article.)
GreatNonprofits provides donors with the complete picture of a nonprofit’s programs through volunteer, donor and program participant reviews. Write a review of an organization that you have worked with or donated to.
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