My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Good People Fund, Millburn, NJ, USA
For the past year, I have frequently been in contact with Naomi Eisenberger, the director of the Good People Fund. I am constantly impressed with the work that the Good People Fund does. From Ms. Eisenberger, I learned the meaning and the importance of the term Microphilanthropy. Ms. Eisenberger has an innate ability to recognize where even a small amount of money or assistance can do the most good. I am a teenager who runs my own nonprofit organization, PuzzlesToRemember (www.PuzzlesToRemember.org). From the beginning, I have relied on Ms. Eisenberger for advice and direction. I knew nothing about how to incorporate as a nonprofit organization. Ms. Eisenberger shared her experiences with me as well as directing me to online sites where I could learn more. She continued to assist and encourage me all the way through the process of attaining 501c3 status. In my view, Ms. Eisenberger not only runs an organization where she helps the most needy, but she also deserves recognition for each person that my organization helps, because she was instrumental in helping form my organization. Many times, Ms. Eisenberger has suggested other people of whom I might ask questions. Sometimes, she has even researched organizations for me and given me her candid opinion of them. All this she has done for a teenager, many states away, whom she has never met! Just imagine how many lives she touches through her Good People Fund! Many organizations are set up to provide large amounts of help to large numbers of people. The Good People Fund is unique. It can touch many lives or just the life of one person, perhaps an elderly person living alone and cold because all the heating money for the month is gone. What mitzvahs she performs!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
all the help I was given to help form my own non profit organization so that I could help others.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
reading the website and seeing the value of microphilanthropy.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?