Charity Navigator

Charity Navigator is an independent, non-profit organization that evaluates American charities. Its stated goal is "to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of America's largest charities."

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Kids In Need Foundation - Charity Navigator's 4-Star Charity Award
... The Kids In Need Foundation received Charity Navigator's 4-Star Charity Award ... According to Charity Navigator's website, a 4-star award shows that charity "xceeds or meets industry standards and performs as well as or better than most charities in its Cause." ...
Direct Relief International - Rankings and Efficiency
... from the American Institute of Philanthropy ("A"), Charity Navigator ("four stars"), the Chronicle of Philanthropy ("California's largest International charity"), and Forbes ("100% fundraising ... Charity Navigator - In February 2007, Direct Relief was named a Charity Navigator "Four Star Charity," the group's highest ranking awarded to charities ... Direct Relief meets the "Standards for Charity Accountability" ...
Charity Navigator - Evaluation Methodology
... posted by charities on their web sites, the Charity Navigator rating system bases its evaluations in two broad areas — financial health and accountability/transparency ... Based on how the charity rates in each of the two areas, it is assigned an overall rating, ranging from zero to four stars ... To help donors avoid becoming victims of mailing-list appeals, each assessment of a charity's performance is accompanied by a review of its commitment to ...
Charitywatch - Criticism of AIP and Other Charity Raters' Methodology
... While GAAP reporting rules provide guidelines for a charity to report its financial activities, these reporting rules do not measure or claim to measure how efficiently an organization is raising and spending ... In addition, a charity can spend as little as 1% of its budget on its programs and still be in compliance with GAAP and IRS reporting requirements ... financial efficiency often cite favorable reviews or ratios from other sources of charity information ...
Central Asia Institute - Criticism and Responses - Criticism
... Others have resigned from the charity with similar complaints ... The American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP), a charity watchdog that rates charities on an A+ to F scale, criticizes Central Asia Institute in its article, "Nobel Prize Nominee's Charity Wins No ... segregation exists between the charity’s financial activities and the personal business interests of the charity’s executive director, Greg Mortenson ...

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    Reputation is not of enough value to sacrifice character for it.
    —“Miss Clark,” U.S. charity worker. As quoted in Petticoat Surgeon, ch. 9, by Bertha Van Hoosen (1947)