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Benefits for Nonprofits

"Numbers numb, jargon jars, and nobody ever marched on Washington because of a pie chart. If you really want to reach people and change the world, tell them a story."

- Andy Goodman, Storytelling Best Practices: Websites

A story is a great way for potential volunteers and supporters to connect with your organization. It gives them a personal insight into what you do and the change you're making in the world. GreatNonprofits gives you the opportunity to get those stories told.

What is GreatNonprofits? Can GreatNonprofits reviews help my nonprofit gain more donors and volunteers?

GreatNonprofits is a local community website allowing you to harness all the goodwill of people who know you best - your clients, your volunteers - and enable them to tell their stories about your organization through reviews.

We make it easy, and free, for you to have your stories told. All you have to do is find your organization's profile, claim and update the information, and encourage people to review! Send emails, tweets, Facebook updates, anything you want to spread the word and get reviews. 84% of donors say that reviews are considered helpful when deciding whether or not to give to the nonprofit. (See more of what supporters want here.)

We help get the word out about your organization and the great things you're doing. We syndicate your organization's reviews to partner websites in the "Star Alliance," including GuideStar and Charity Navigator. We also provide a GreatNonprofits Badge for your website, a symbol of a nonprofit committed to transparency.

The GreatNonprofits Badge also lets visitors read people's stories and add their own directly through your website.

Take advantage of this great opportunity to have your stories shared. Get started today!

Use GreatNonprofits to:

Boost trust and confidence in your nonprofit by easily enabling people who have seen the impact of your work first hand - your volunteers, clients, donors and partners - to share their stories about you. Every day volunteers and donors are flocking to the Web to research potential nonprofits. Show how you make a difference through the stories of your constituents.

Hope For The Warriors

"I have been involved with Hope For The Warriors for a few years now, and last year had the honor and humbling experience of being asked to serve on the Skyline Salute Committee. Skyline Salute is one of the organization's largest events held here in New York City.

It is hard to put into words the feeling of privilege that comes from working with a group of people who truly put their heart and souls into their work. The warmth, love and support shown by the amazing men and women who run this organization is felt well beyond the service members who they support.

Hope For The Warriors is, without a doubt, a top notch organization who I can only hope to continue to align myself with in the future." -Brittany23

Connect with your constituents - your volunteers, clients, donors and partners -
by asking for their insight, input and honest feedback about their experiences with your organization. They will value being asked for their opinion.

Learn how you can improve your services, products or operations by proactively soliciting feedback from your constituents. You'll find out what could make your nonprofit better.
You are notified when you receive a new review and have a chance to respond to it.

Promote your nonprofit's trustworthiness through the GreatNonprofits Badge, a symbol of a nonprofit committed to transparency. The GreatNonprofits Badge also lets visitors see and submit reviews of your nonprofit directly through your website. In the for profit world, 71% of online shoppers look specifically for third party seals of approval when they visit a website.

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Nonprofits Using GreatNonprofits

See the GreatNonprofits site seal in action, and read all the reviews they're receiving:
  • SF Connect (www.sfconnect.org) see review
  • North Hills Community Outreach (www.nhco.org) see review