Green Choice Campaign 2010: Rate & Review Green Charities

If you have had experience with environmental non-profit organizations, why not share your story with the world? Whether your experience was fabulous, mediocre or somewhere in between, the GreatNonprofits Green Choice Campaign 2010 is asking for your input.  Now is your chance to review that green non-profit and share your experience.   Your review may help others make informed decisions prior to donating or volunteering with particular charitable organizations.  Over 800 reviews were submitted on more than 100 organizations during the 2009 Green Choice Campaign.

So how does it work?  The process could not be easier.  Visit the website and register.  Once you are logged in, search for the organization, rate it and “write a review.”   And if you happen to have a photograph, feel free to include it.  Although you can only write one review per organization, you can review other organizations as well.  Each nonprofit that receives 10 or more top-rated reviews will be listed on the Top-Rated Environmental Nonprofits list.  The campaign begins April 1st, 2010.   Reviews must be submitted by 11:59 P.M. PST on  April 30, 2010.

Founded in 2007 by Perla Ni, GreatNonprofits is a leading provider of reviews and ratings of charitable organizations.  To date, over 26,000 reviews on over 3,000 organizations have been rated and reviewed.   Along with Great Nonprofits, Guidestar, Silver Star Families of America and the Coalition for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans are also hosting a Veterans Choice Campaign 2010 for reviews of nonprofits that support veterans and their families.

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Jace is the Internet Feature Writer for Suite101 and is the Holidays and Working Moms Examiner for She is a regular contributor for Energy Boom, EcoWorldly and PlanetSave. She particularly enjoys writing about unusual and downright wacky environmental stories and issues plaguing wildlife and animals.Besides writing, Jace is also passionate about online safety and issues concerning children. As an Internet Safety educator, she teaches online safety and technology to 600 elementary-aged children every week for her local school district.Jace has two children who are both in college and is also mom to a slew of pets.

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