The Center for International Migration and Integration (CIMI) has been found eligible for the Midot Seal of Effectiveness, following a lengthy assessment of various aspects of the organization’s management performance. Midot’s assessment of nonprofit organizations analyzes their chances of being effective, i.e., to create social value and generate positive changes in the lives of their beneficiaries.
Midot strives to promote effectiveness as the main criterion for social investors and nonprofit leaders by developing advanced tools for social measurement, developing social standards, social mapping, applied research, consultancy, conferences, and training.
CIMI has been accepted as a participant in the Round-Up project, which makes it possible for a greater number people to donate to nonprofit organizations working in various social fields. The project is a collaboration with Israeli credit card companies and allows all credit card holders to “round up” their payments to the nearest shekel and allocate the outstanding agorot to a designated organization of their choice. Cumulatively, these small sums add up to a sizeable amount. The key criteria for acceptance to the project are compliance with Midot’s Seal of Effectiveness, the scale and stability of the budget, the number of beneficiaries, the geographic spread, the number of years the organization has operated, and its sphere of social activity