Justmeans power point
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Justmeans power point

on

  • 237 views

Justmeans power point

Justmeans power point

Statistics

Views

Total Views
237
Views on SlideShare
233
Embed Views
4

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

1 Embed 4

http://www.justmeans.com 4

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Justmeans power point Justmeans power point Presentation Transcript

  • Tara Flynn Cydnee Yamamoto
  • Objective & Theory
    • Create opportunities for donors to connect directly with beneficiaries.
    • That direct, personal connection will increase the donor’s desire for information about the organization as well as provide first-hand feedback on the impact of their contribution.
  • Some ideas
    • Internet browser search tool
    • Summary table of all independent party information
    • Modern-day pen pals
    • Insight trips
    • Virtual face-to-face communication
  • Internet browser search tool
    • Create an algorithm that results in a ranked list of the best organizations based on criteria entered
    • Typing in “education, young women, Africa” results in a list of relevant organizations, with the best performers at the top of the list
    GOALS / PROS CHALLENGES
    • Make the best easy to find
    • Reliability not ensured
    • Paid search results may alter ranking
    • Long-term maintainability not ensured
  • Summary table
    • Standardized, simple summary table for all organizations to incorporate into the home page of their website
    • Launching point for all external information about the organization
    • Brings together all the information available on the organization
    GOALS / PROS CHALLENGES
    • Easy for organizations to create and implement
    • Easy for donors to learn more
    • May work best only if all or most organizations implement
    • Information may not be current
    • Donors still have to seek information
    More information on Doctors Without Borders Charity Navigator GuideStar GiveWell insideGOOD Foundation Center
  • Modern-day pen pals
    • Akin to communication exchanged through Feed the Children’s “Sponsor a Child” program
    • Create an internet-based platform where donors can communicate directly with beneficiaries via secure email and/or text message
    GOALS / PROS CHALLENGES
    • Direct communication between donor and beneficiary
    • Maintaining the security of all users, including the possibility of direct solicitations
      • May be mitigated by a platform which is monitored
  • Insight trips
    • Coordinate “insight trips” for donors to visit beneficiaries
    • Use local agents to organize logistics and execute the tour
    • Travel in high-end RVs
      • Safe, sanitary, all-inclusive
    • Example: As an extension to a Tanzanian safari holiday
    GOALS / PROS CHALLENGES
    • Relatively safe and easy for the “insight tourist”
    • Leverages local knowledge and network
    • First-hand experience of impact
    • Only available to those who can afford the travel
  • USO: Virtual face-to-face
    • U tilizing existing technology
      • Even rural areas of developing nations have access to internet and mobile phones
        • Internet kiosks
        • Pay-per-use mobile phones
    • S imply saying thank you
      • A personalized note of thanks can initiate a meaningful connection
    • O pportunity to engage directly
      • Virtual face-to-face connection will increase the donor’s desire for information
    “ USO” is Swahili for “face”
  • USO: Virtual face-to-face
    • Donors give to charitable organization based on existing personal motivations
    • Charitable organization facilitates the sending of a thank you note by an end beneficiary
      • In note, end beneficiary explains how they were helped by the organization and requests an opportunity to communicate further through available technology platforms
    • Connection made through Facebook, Skype, email, or text message
  • USO: Engaging donors GOALS / PROS CHALLENGES
    • Direct communication between donor and end beneficiary to understand the person behind either end
    • Engage donor to appreciate the impact of their donation
    • Some oversight required to mitigate risk of direct solicitations for money and to maintain privacy and safety of all parties
  • Beyond USO
    • All other ideas are complementary