26 Organizations Recognized on 2010 Top-Rated SciTech Nonprofits List

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GreatNonprofits recently announced that 26 organizations working in the science and technology fields have qualified for the 2010 Top-Rated Science & Technology Nonprofits List, based on user reviews submitted during a national campaign in August.

The reviews were posted as part of the 2010 GreatNonprofits Science and Technology Campaign, conducted in partnership with GuideStar, NTEN, TechSoup Global, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, Association for Women in Science, Inveneo, the Franklin Institute, and Tonic.

Over the course of the campaign, approximately 40,000 people visited the GreatNonprofits site to read and write reviews. A total of 67 nonprofit organizations working on science and technology were rated and reviewed by stakeholders.

In the process, a total of 575 new user reviews were gathered. All the organizations on the top-rated list received ten or more positive reviews.

“We are excited to have learned about the many wonderful nonprofit organizations that are working on science and technology,” said Perla Ni, CEO of GreatNonprofits. “We hope our campaign helps bring deserved attention to their efforts.”

About the Campaign

The Science and Technology Campaign ran throughout the month of August 2010, and all reviews submitted appear on both of the GuideStar.org and GreatNonprofits.org websites. The qualifying organizations that received ten or more positive user reviews are listed on the 2010 Top-Rated Science & Technology Nonprofits List.