Charity Navigator Gives CURE Childhood Cancer a 4 Star Rating

CURE Childhood Cancer is proud to announce that we have received Charity Navigator’s coveted 4-star rating for sound fiscal management.

As the nonprofit sector continues to grow at an unprecedented pace, savvy donors are demanding more accountability, transparency and quantifiable results from the charities they choose to support with their hard-earned dollars. In this competitive philanthropic marketplace, Charity Navigator, America’s premier charity evaluator, highlights the fine work of efficient charities and provides donors with essential information needed to give them greater confidence in the charitable choices they make.

Based on the most recent financial information available, Charity Navigator has calculated a new rating for CURE. We are proud to announce CURE Childhood Cancer has earned its 4-star rating for the ability to efficiently manage and grow its finances.

CURE Childhood Cancer consistently executes its mission in a fiscally responsible way, and outperforms most other charities in America. This exceptional designation from Charity Navigator differentiates CURE Childhood Cancer from its peers and demonstrates to the public it is worthy of their trust. 

——–Ken Berger, President & Chief Executive Officer of Charity Navigator

Forbes, Business Week, and Kiplinger’s Financial Magazine, among others, have profiled and celebrated Charity Navigator’s unique method of applying data-driven analysis to the charitable sector. They evaluate ten times more charities than others and currently attract more visitors to their website than all other charity rating groups combined, thus making them the leading charity evaluator in America. Data shows that users of Charity Navigator’s site gave more than they planned to before viewing their findings, and in fact, it is estimated that last year Charity Navigator influenced over $10 billion in charitable gifts.

CURE Childhood Cancer’s review is available here

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