My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA
Finding effective, sensible and accountable not-for-profit and charity groups that represent and implement the expectations of individual and corporate patron giving criteria, is as difficult as it is for these groups to find patrons who are willing to gift. It appears that the Great Nonprofits Giving Guide provides a helpful tool for those wanting to both give and receive. In other words - without a guide, finding a suitable home for donations is as difficult as finding donations for a worthy cause. What a great public and private service!
As a volunteer member of the FHS board (who also pay their own travel, lodging and miscellaneous expenses), I'm quite willing to support an endorsed listing on this initiative.
"I feel that support for The Forest History Society will help recognize and celebrate the cultural and natural heritage of North America's rich forest history through responsible archival processes, educational applications and the accurate distribution of rare and valuable information, imagery and documentation by a very capable team of officers, managers and staff members".
It's credibility and useful societal importance comes with my highest respect for those who lead and power it's operation.
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