“IMPACTism.org will be a game changer." -Jack Karako
Coral Springs, Florida (PRWEB) October 01, 2015
IMPACTism.org has launched the first full service web portal dedicated entirely to the philanthropic sector. Driven by the goal of connecting donors directly to charitable organizations, the web portal hosts more than 500,000 of the nation’s nonprofits — large and small.
“IMPACTism is committed to advancing public engagement, social responsibility, and strategic philanthropy in the digital age,” says Jack Karako, founder, president and CEO of IMPACTism. “IMPACTism.org will be a game changer. We envision it as the first full service philanthropy portal featuring a community of impact-makers who are helping create a better world for all of us.” By showcasing individuals, nonprofits, and socially responsible corporate leaders, IMPACTism.org seeks to establish a global community of impact-makers. Nonprofit organizations will be supplied with a customizable full page profile with direct links to their website and donation page, as well as sections highlighting the organization’s key contacts, mission statement, programs and services, and special events listings. Specific features vary, with multiple membership plans available. Dependent on revenue size, memberships start as low as $149 per year.
IMPACTism.org is an employee-run organization. Co-founders Jack Karako and David Hall provide more than 50 years of leadership experience in philanthropy. Passionate about helping nonprofits directly, the team is committed to social responsibility and the public good.
IMPACTism.org provides 150,000 emerging nonprofit organizations with annual revenue of under $100,000 with free enhanced content that will give them the opportunity to be showcased along with larger organizations. Finally, IMPACTism.org is committed to donating a percentage of its gross annual revenue to member organizations through a partnership with the Broward Community Foundation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
For more information, visit IMPACTism.org.
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