5 For Fairness Reviews
Five for Fairness is a truly innovative and inspiring model for social change. My organization, Maasai Girls Education Fund, has interacted regularly with 5 for Fairness since February 2012, and we have been met time and again with respect, enthusiasm, and helpfulness. The feeling of community and connection is the most unique feature of 5 for Fairness, as they work to create a space of open communication and learning. It is without hesitation that I recommend this organization.
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I work for Orchid Project, a UK-based international charity working for an end to female genital cutting, and we discovered 5 For Fairness when Anna approached us via Twitter - Orchid Project went on to join the Mary Norton Shands grant cycle and ultimately to win the $5000 grant in June 2011, to our delight. 5 For Fairness is a fantastic charity for raising awareness with a new audience, and for inspiring people to feel more involved with the charities they are supporting. We were able to test our messaging and our approach to fundraising, and to spread the message that there is hope for an end to female genital cutting around the world, through positive engagement with communities - fulfilling our charitable objective of awareness-raising as much as our fundraising aim. 5 For Fairness is an exciting fundraising model because it's different, and fosters a real sense of involvement with potential donors and it's a wonderful thing to have been a part of.
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our fundraising. 5 For Fairness has enabled Orchid Project to raise awareness about female genital cutting, and ultimately the grant will support our grassroots delivery work with partners in West Africa.
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clarify how the system works. I think the difference between supporting a Team and then voting for a Team needs to be a bit clearer. Nothing more!