How Nonprofits Can Get Involved

We invite you to join the growing community of foundations, nonprofits, and other organizations that are using listening and feedback to improve their work and build more meaningful connections to the people and communities they seek to benefit. Our site includes a host of resources to help nonprofits learn more about feedback and how it can inform and improve their work.

Listen4Good

Hundreds of organizations all over the U.S. are already implementing high-quality feedback loops through Fund for Shared Insight’s Listen4Good initiative. To learn about opportunities to participate in Listen4Good, visit our Listen4Good information pages.

Feedback Principles

Working collaboratively, the feedback community has defined core principles of constituent feedback, including why feedback is essential for social interventions and what it means “to do feedback right.”

Share Your Feedback Practices

Candid and Charity Navigator have partnered to create “How We Listen,” a new way for nonprofits to publicly share how they’re listening and responding to feedback from the people they serve.

Connect With Peers

Listen4Good is one way for nonprofits to implement high-quality feedback loops with the people they serve. Nonprofits participating in L4G and those using other tools or wanting to learn more can join Feedback Labs, an international network of more than 600 leaders and feedback practitioners. Through Feedback Labs, organizations can learn about a variety of approaches and learn alongside peers.

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