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Last year, American individuals gave over $200 billion to charities and non-profit organizations. And for the most part, they donated this money without any objective data regarding whether the charities were spending that money wisely or not.
People gave solely out of the goodness of their hearts. If people could be assured that their dollars were being spent wisely, they would be even more inclined to give. By using Charity Navigator to obtain objective financial information on America's charities, presented in an easy to use and understand manner, you as a giver can determine if your dollars will be spent in the way that you intend.
Charity Navigator is a non-profit organization and does not charge fees. They provide analysis and ratings of over 3,400 charities for free. They aim to provide objective, unbiased analytical information on America's largest charities so you can determine if donating to those charities is a sound decision. And because they do not charge the charities to be evaluated, you can be assured that the information contained on our site is without bias.
- Dec 16, 2004
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