This week’s topics include: U.S. Regulations • Israel Nonprofits • Strategy & Governance • Marketing & Fundraising • Social Media & Internet
This week’s topics include: U.S. Tax & Law • Israel Nonprofits • Strategy & Governance• Marketing & Fundraising • Social Media & Internet
The sheer number of sites that allow a viewer to rate nonprofits has my mouse trigger happy, my head spinning, and my brain questioning the openness of the internet.
I started this soul searching recently after speaking to a nonprofit founder/CEO about the current (and extended) GreatNonprofits: Jewish Choice Awards 2009 campaign. After the conversation I was left with questions that have led me to believe that these types on online contests are not the best to spread the word about the world’s great charities nor are these polls a fair judge. Allow me to elaborate:
The website “Zavit Shalosh” [The Third Perspective] posted on their site yesterday (in Hebrew) that Guidestar has officially come to Israel. Currently, the Guidestar site is in its pilot stage and is inviting Israeli amutot [nonprofits] to participate.