We all feel that our nonprofit organization(s) rock, and that their mission is important. But which is "the best"? In fact, is there a best?
A new website, Seekler, is trying to find that out through the development of community lists, where users rate their best charities, best books, best restaurants etc.
Here's the current list of "Best Charities"
Scroll through the list to see all the nonprofits, and click on the "Powered by Seekler" text at the bottom to go to the site. If you want to add your two cents, or give your nonprofit the props it deserves, log in as a user (it's free) and add your own listing of the best nonprofits. Your list will be included in the community list immediately. It's fast and easy.
You can also see lists of Best Nonprofit Books, Best Charity Mission Statements, Best Charity Job Sites, etc.
Check it out....and in full disclosure, I need to tell you that this website is developed by Pretheory, my son Ben's startup. Ben and his business partner have decided to make charities one of their focus areas, so check back and see how the listings grow.