Thursday, July 15, 2010

The Alliance for Effective Social Investment Seeks Your Feedback

Ken Berger is a member of the Alliance for Effective Social Investing. This organization’s mission is to drive more funds to high performing nonprofit organizations by helping donors adopt sound social investing practices. The group is reviewing its membership policy and is looking for some help from those who might want to join. If that is of interest to you, then please read the following message from the Alliance:

The Alliance for Effective Social Investment is collecting feedback from current members and other stakeholders in effective social investment to better define the Alliance’s strategic priorities and membership policy. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts and help shape the way ahead for the Alliance for Effective Social Investment.

All you need to do is follow this link that will take you right to the survey. Please take 10-15 minutes to fill in the survey until Friday, July 23. The findings will be discussed at the upcoming Alliance meeting end of July and acted on by current members.

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your interest and support. Feel free to invite others to participate in the survey as well and contact us should you have any questions or suggestions.

5 comments:

Carrie Varoquiers said...

I filled it out Ken, thanks for the opportunity. You should know that there is a small typo in the introduction, unless you really meant "theory of chance" rather than "theory of change".

Ken Berger said...

Carrie,

Thanks! I am told the typo has been fixed.

Ken

Leo said...

Your speech on July 13th Finance, Grants and Contracts Meeting was wonderful and thoughtful. We think our organization can use it as the guideline for our finance management. I wonder if you can post your speech to the blog. So we can discuss on that. Thank you!


Leo

Leo said...

Your speech on July 13th Finance, Grants and Contracts Meeting was wonderful and thoughtful. We think our organization can use it as the guideline for our finance management. I wonder if you can post your speech to the blog. So we can discuss on that. Thank you!


Leo

Ken Berger said...

Leo,

The sound quality of my presentation is not great but we will post it shortly along with the slides. Thanks for the feedback!

Ken