Foundation Recognized for Smart Charity Practices
By Jane Coaston | February 8, 2013
Each year, Charity Navigator, America’s largest and best charity evaluator, rates the country’s nonprofit organizations. And for the fifth consecutive year, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation has received a four-star rating – the highest possible ranking.
With metrics for financial performance, accountability, and transparency, Charity Navigator’s review process is designed to help donors get the best value out of their money. The organization rank foundations with zero-four stars, or a “donor advisory” indicating concerns about the group. A four-star rating means that the organization “Exceeds industry standards and outperforms most charities in its Cause.”
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is not only a four-star foundation – it’s in the top 43 percent of all four-star charities reviewed by Charity Navigator. You can learn more about our rating by clicking here.
We’re proud of our rating, and we’re even prouder of what it means – effective and consistent work on behalf of children living with HIV around the world. Join our fight.
Jane Coaston is Media Relations Coordinator for the Foundation, based in Washington, D.C.