Fund For The Public Interest

Fund For The Public Interest

Average Rating:

1.08 / 119 votes / 5 reviews
Fund For The Public Interest
294 Washington St Suite 500, Boston, MA, 02108
Phone: (617) 292-4805

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Complaints & Reviews — Fund For The Public Interest

I’ve been dealing with their fund raising people for several years. Usually they stand in teams of two or more at New York City locations soliciting donations. They can be pushy. The most recent encounter I had was kind of negative. When it came out in conversation that I’m unemployed at the moment, the young man proceeded… Read more➤

My experience with the Fund has been with the fundraisers they have stationed in pairs or more throughout NYC. They can be very aggressive. In conversation with a young man I encountered just yesterday I revealed that I am currently unemployed but he proceeded to try to get money from me anyway. A big part of the… Read more➤

I recently quit from this organization after my third day. I was hired for a position that didn’t really exist. They recruited at my school and were extremely misleading about what I would be doing. Everything about these organizations is calculated, manipulative, and scripted. On my first day I was told to make calls to people who… Read more➤

This company is cutthroat and brutal. They use you like toilet paper and the bare second you miss quota, they dump you like used toilet paper. Don’t waste your time working for these ‘people’. They expect you to pressure poor people to give money they don’t have and if you don’t do it, they fire you! I… Read more➤

Fund for the Public Interest, Public Interest Research Group, Grassroots Campaign Initiative, they go by several names and often times advertise on websites like craigslist under the non-profit jobs section. By and large, they promise unemployed and young college students “jobs for good causes” but what they do not tell people is the 70-80 work weeks, high… Read more➤

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