ChildBuilders Earns a Four-Star Rating From Charity Navigator

Four Star Rating

Houston – ChildBuilders is proud to announce that its strong financial health and ongoing accountability and transparency has earned a Four-Star Rating from Charity Navigator. This rating designates ChildBuilders as an official “Give with Confidence” charity, indicating that our organization is using its donations effectively based on Charity Navigator’s criteria. Charity Navigator is America’s largest and most-utilized independent charity evaluator. Since 2001, the organization has been an unbiased and trusted source of information for more than 11 million donors annually.

Charity Navigator analyzes nonprofit performance based on four key indicators, referred to as beacons. Currently, nonprofits can earn scores for the Impact & Results, Accountability & Finance, Culture & Community, and Leadership & Adaptability beacons.

“We are delighted to provide ChildBuilders with third-party accreditation that validates their operational excellence,” said Michael Thatcher, President and CEO of Charity Navigator. “The Four-Star Rating is the highest possible rating an organization can achieve. We are eager to see the good work that ChildBuilders is able to accomplish in the years ahead.”

“Our Four-Star Charity Navigator rating is further validation that our supporters can trust our commitment to transparency and organizational effectiveness,” said Amanda Siroosian, ChildBuilders’ Executive Director. “We hope that this will introduce our work to new supporters who are as committed as we are to promoting mental health and preventing abuse throughout our communities.”

ChildBuilders’ rating and other information about charitable giving are available free of charge on charitynavigator.org.

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