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Validate.

Improve the world.

Validate 
your 
Nonprofit.


WikiCharities wants to help nonprofits be transparent, accountable, and improve partnerships by sharing information that can help show their mission, activity, and impact. All nonprofits will receive a Charity Profile Page where information will be organized around four areas; 1) General/Contact Information, 2) Philosophy & Approach, 3) Financial Health, and 4) Impact.

We will soon be validating registered U.S. based 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations.  All eligible nonprofits are invited to participate in the validation process.  Our first area of focus will be outreaching to nonprofits combating human trafficking, and any related topics, such as - 1) the prevention of human trafficking, 2) helping current victims, and 3) those nonprofits providing the much needed services to survivors of human trafficking. Please let us know if you have any questions as we expand our features to better serve you.  


Areas of Validation

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General Information
Section 1.

This section includes up-to-date contact information and a list of nonprofit related focus areas, allowing for nonprofits to be searchable by topic.

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Philosophy & Approach
Section 2.

This section shows a nonprofit's mission & vision statements along with short-term/long-term goals, partnerships, and collaborative efforts.

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Financial Health
Section 3.

This section asks for the latest financial statements and information around funders, fundraising and financial goals.

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Impact
Section 4.

This section will show the latest annual report or we will help a nonprofit create an annual report through stories, images and videos.

Claim

claim your nonprofit

Free

A claimed nonprofit shows that you are actively in service and your information is up-to-date. 

All U.S. based nonprofits are encouraged to claim their nonprofit and update their information.  Nonprofits have the ability to enter all focus areas and topics that their nonprofit focuses on.  This will allow your nonprofit to be searchable on WikiCharities by topic, location, and name.    

Claimed nonprofits will receive a basic Charity Profile Page where logo, banner, and basic contact information can be added.

 

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Validation

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Annual Fee

$99 Annual Fee - Small nonprofits - annual revenue under $1 million.

$199 Annual Fee - Medium/Larger nonprofits - annual revenue over $1 million.

Nonprofits will receive a Charity Profile Page where transparency can be shown by listing leadership team members, board members, partners, funders, and more.  Charities will be able to upload documents and attach links to their social media pages. All nonprofits will receive their own internal URL link to their Charity Profile Page, which is designed to be used as a nonprofit's sole website if needed.

Validated nonprofits will have access to tools:

  • Easily update general information
  • List Leadership - Team Members, Board Members, Partnerships, Financial Statements/Annual Reports, and more.
  • Link social media platforms and direct donation links
  • Access to project funding page.
  • Ability to endorse other nonprofits, and flag any concerns.
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Basic FeaturesClaimed NonprofitsValidated Nonprofits
1- Obtain Nonprofit Profile Page with unique URL for your nonprofit
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2- Personalize Nonprofit Profile Page (add logo, banner)XX
3- Post and easily update contact informationXX
4- Ability to make your nonprofit searchable by topic on WikiCharities map.XX
5- Link your Nonprofit Profile Page to your website or use this page as your main online site. XX



Full Access to all Features:
Claimed Nonprofits
Validated Nonprofits
6- Link social media platforms to Nonprofit Profile Page

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7- List nonprofit leadership

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8- Board Members section

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9- Partnership Transparency

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10- Upload Financial Reports/990 Forms

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11- Show top funders

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12- Ability to link direct donation links from Profile Page

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13- Access to project funding page, ability to post collaborative projects for fundraising.

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14- Ability to endorse other nonprofits and flag concerns

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15- Post annual impact reports OR obtain help creating a report by using our templates  

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16-Use seal of validation and increase trust

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Validation Process

Step 1

Claim Your Nonprofit.

All registered U.S. based nonprofits are automatically uploaded to WikiCharities.  Search for your nonprofit by name and location and go through the prompts to claim your nonprofit.

Make sure to list all words, topics, and areas of focus your nonprofit addresses.  This will help those you serve find your services faster and more effectively.

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Step 2

Complete the Validation Application. 

All nonprofits will be validated based on 4 areas of focus; general information, philosophy & approach, financial health, and impact. 

Once your nonprofit is validated, you can use the seal of validation to promote on your website, social media feeds, and to encourage people to visit your Charity Profile Page. 

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Step 3

 Create your Charity Profile Page.   

Once your nonprofit's validation is approved, you will receive a Charity Profile Page that includes -  

1) linking your social media feeds,
2) donation links to increase giving,
3) listing partnerships,
4) showing your leadership team,

and more...

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How
much
is
WikiCharities?

Currently, all U.S. based nonprofits can use WikiCharities for FREE at the basic level.  This includes getting a Charity Profile Page where you can upload a logo, banner and list the most recent general information (contact information, address, phone).  We want all nonprofits to show whether they are actively involved in their community or not, and then list all areas of focus their nonprofits addresses so they can be searchable on our map.  

Once a nonprofit is validated, they get a full Charity Profile Page where nonprofits have the ability to connect social media platforms, donation links, list team members, board members, impact reports, and more.  There is an annual validation fee associated with the validation process. These funds are used to maintain the WikiCharities platform.  We hope to use some of those funds in the future to help fund collaborative projects from validated nonprofits.