GreatNonprofits.org’s 2010 Science and Technology Campaign, in partnership with Guidestar, NTEN, TechSoup Global, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, Association for Women in Science, Inveneo, and Tonic, is looking for nonprofits who are making a difference in the fields of science and technology – whether that’s by “advancing scientific knowledge, offering education resources, or employing tech solutions to solve local and global problems.”
Does this sound like your nonprofit?
If so, and if you’re interested in taking a shot at this competition to make the list of top-rated science and technology nonprofits, better get a move on! The first step is to register over at GreatNonprofits.org, then round up your supporters to share their reviews of your organization and its work. Lots of resources are available on the site to help you rally support, including email templates, badges for your website, and ideas for collecting reviews.
- Recognition: Nonprofits that gather 10 or more positive reviews in August will make the GreatNonprofits Top-Rated Science & Technology Nonprofits List.
- Community Engagement: Great opportunity for nonprofits and their community members to interact and engage directly.
- First-person stories: Clients, volunteers, donors and others share with the public powerful and authentic stories that nonprofits can use to engage donors and volunteers.
Campaign deadline: August 31, 2010. For more information, visit the 2010 Science and Technology Campaign homepage at GreatNonprofits.org, and check out their FAQ to get all the details.