Impact vs. Success

It’s common practice for non profits to be judged on their immediate success rate. How effective they are, how well they spend their donations and the overall impact they make on their cause are general criteria for evaluating how much we should support an organization.

Warren Buffett thinks differently.

Buffett stresses the importance of tackling larger causes that may not have immediate results. Like a country investing in infrastructure, businesses that invest in eliminating issues – and not taking the easy option – are better in the long term.

WeevU 2.0 agrees, which is why we’re working to connect non profits to their communities and improve that success rate no matter the size of the cause.

Read the full article in Forbes and see why big business should take a second look at the non profit sector.

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