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Nine Consecutive Four-Star Ratings From Charity Navigator

Posted By Stephan Archer On July 22, 2010 @ 1:58 am In In the News | 6 Comments

fiscal responsibility You’ve heard it mentioned before. In fact, if you’ve been with Compassion long enough, you’ve heard it eight other times already. We have once again received Charity Navigator’s highest rating — four stars — for responsible financial management.

It would be easy to hear this news and say, “Yeah, yeah, they did it again. They and umpteen other charities, right?”

Well, not exactly.

According to the largest independent evaluator of charities in the nation, receiving the four-star rating nine times is “exceptional.” Only 1 percent of charities has received Charity Navigator’s highest rating as many times as we have.

“We take stewardship very seriously — for the sake of the children we serve and the donors who entrust their giving to us. We are deeply honored to again receive this significant recognition.” — Compassion President Dr. Wess Stafford.

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