Does writing a testimonial really help as much as making a donation? The short answer is yes. A testimonial can make an impact in several different ways. The first thing that happens is our potential donors become aware of what we are doing for the people in our community. Some people read up on an organization before becoming a volunteer. Seeing positive feedback about a team they are interested in joining reinforces their belief that we are a good investment of their time.
If people are looking for help, the stories you share of your experiences with us will make them feel more comfortable reaching out. Lastly, it boosts the morale of the people working within the organization. It is so much more than saying thank you. It truly makes us feel like we are making a difference in the lives of others.
If you would like to write a testimonial about Ripple or anyone on the Ripple team please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your privacy is important to us, you do not have to use your full name to make a submission. We ask for a first name or nickname just so we have some way to identify the post. If you would like to include where you met us or what service we may have provided that could help others get an idea of what we can do for them. As a peer led organization in the mental health and addiction recovery community we abide by the rules set fourth by HIPAA to protect your personal information. We will not publish any submissions which include full names that discuss a treatment plan or diagnosis. If you have any questions, please contact us at anytime.