September 8, 2012
The day Unchained At Last helped its first client. The day Unchained received its tax-exempt designation from the IRS. And the day Naomi Eisenberger called to say the Good People Fund would support Unchained. So far, those are the three happiest days in Unchained history -- the first two, for obvious reasons, and the last because no nonprofit organization is as fortunate as one that becomes the recipient of Naomi and the Good People Fund's overwhelming generosity. Naomi provides much more than financial support. She constantly introduces Unchained to individuals and organizations that can help Unchained grow, and continually shares her deep understanding of the nonprofit sector to guide Unchained on everything from marketing materials to board development to where to buy software on the cheap. Naomi has become a benefactor, mentor and friend, and without her Unchained would not have been able to flourish as it has during its first year in existence. -- BY: Fraidy Reiss, founder/executive director of Unchained At Last, the only nonprofit in the US dedicated to helping women leave arranged marriages
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