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Help a charity to check their reputation

Have your company’s reputation checked and receive a Reputation Check for your charity of choice

With the Festive Season drawing near, Reputation Matters is offering organisations the opportunity to invest in a Reputation Check, a short checklist to determine the health of their reputations, while at the same time giving back to their charity of choice.

“Organisations that invest in the Reputation Check over the November and December period this year will be gifted an additional Reputation Check to give to a registered charity of their choice. The results will provide invaluable insights to both the organisation and the charity to help take their reputation to the next level and improve their relationships with their key stakeholders,” says Regine le Roux, Managing Director at Reputation Matters.

The charities will not only receive a snapshot view of their reputation, but also be able to pinpoint which of the Non-Profit Organisation’s elements are building or breaking down their reputation.

The Reputation Check provides organisations with a snapshot view of the health of their reputations by means of a standardised questionnaire that consists of 20 strategic questions. Respondents can, therefore, complete the survey in approximately five minutes, and the Reputation Check results are available within 24 hours after the survey closes.

The insights will enable charities to develop plans that address areas of concern and to build on opportunities that will attract more sponsors and supporters.

The benefits to the Reputation Check are endless, especially to charities. The charities will not only receive a snapshot view of their reputation, but also be able to pinpoint which of the Non-Profit Organisation’s elements are building or breaking down their reputation. The insights will enable charities to develop plans that address areas of concern and to build on opportunities that will attract more sponsors and supporters. Ultimately, these efforts can assist charities in becoming more reputable organisations to be associated with.

 “With the year coming to an end, the Reputation Check provides a great opportunity for organisations and charities to take stock of their reputation and put a foundation in place to kick off the new year on a high and strategic note”, concludes Le Roux.