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Monday, June 11, 2012

Tell Everyone About a Great Nonprofit Supporting Children and Families

Do you support, or work for, a nonprofit that promotes children and families? These are organizations that provide child care, adoption, foster care, family counseling, parenting education, and other advocacy and child welfare services that strengthen families and promote the well-being of our children. The GreatNonprofits’ 2012 Top-Rated Awards gives you the chance to provide recognition for any group doing great work in this area.

Organizations that receive ten positive reviews from June 1st to June 30th will earn the title of “2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit from GreatNonprofits”   Whether it’s a small local group or a national one, this month you have the opportunity to help it get recognized in GreatNonprofits’ Children and Families Awards 2012.

It takes just two minutes to write a review. And your firsthand experience — as a volunteer, community member or existing donor - can have help a potential donor make a more informed decision. In fact, in a recent survey, 84% of donors said reviews were helpful in deciding whether to give to the charity.

To get started, visit Charity Navigator's website, you will find ratings for more than 160 Children's and Family Services charities.  If you've had a personal experience with one of these charities, then we encourage you to write a review, now, so that other donors can be informed by your story. 

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