NHF Receives 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is proud to announce that it has earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the largest independent charity evaluator in the US.
Only 5% of charities rated by Charity Navigator received a four-star rating, according to Michael Thatcher, President and CEO of Charity Navigator. The company assesses nonprofits on a variety of metrics, focused on fiscal responsibility, governance, ethical practices and transparency. In 2016, Charity Navigator upgraded its methodology, changing its metrics for rating financial health, accountability and transparency. “We’re honored to have earned this important distinction,” said Mady Schuman, NHF VP for Development. “Our donors want to know that their dollars are being allocated in ways that best serve the bleeding disorders community. This designation is a signal to the philanthropic community that it can be confident of our internal commitment to good governance and financial accountability.
“This is truly something to celebrate, as Charity Navigator’s new methodology is rigorous. Many four-star organizations of the previous few years have been downgraded to 3 and even 2 stars," . Schuman continued. NHF has held a 4-star designation since 2011.
The 4-star logo on NHF's website and all collaterals is a privilege reserved for charities, like NHF, that have received a 4-star rating.
Charity Navigator’s rating page for NHF enables our donors, prospects and the entire community to instantly access these unbiased and objective ratings data. Please visit www.charitynavigator.org and see what puts NHF in the top 5%!