It is an honor to be recognized by the BBB and included amongst other amazing charities working effectively for the greater good.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
The Chronicle of Philanthropy's ‘Giving USA’ edition, out this month, featured Child Family Health International - CFHI as one of its 2014 Charity Seal Holders. We are honored to once again be amongst just 374 organizations recognized for financial transparency and outstanding work.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Wise Giving Alliance awards national charities these seals to provide the public with an easily recognizable symbol that organizations adhere to the Alliance's comprehensive standards. Seal holders are independently researched and verified by the the Better Business Bureau and meet 20 standards covering governance, fundraising practices, finances and financial reporting, donor privacy and transparency.
CFHI is proud to be an Accredited Charity Seal Holder of the BBB since 2007, included in a list with some of the nations largest and most prestigious nonprofit charities. It is a testament to the hard work of CFHI’s staff and board of directors who are dedicated to the highest standards of nonprofit management, running international health programs with accountability and transparency. Gunjan Sinha, CFHI Board Chair, remarked, "For over 20 years CFHI has been a trailblazer, setting standards for sustainable collaboration and ensuring our programs benefit healthcare in global communities. It is an honor to be recognized by the BBB and included amongst other amazing charities working effectively for the greater good."
View the full list of national seal holders from Chronicle of Philanthropy's June 2014 Giving USA edition!
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Child Family Health International - CFHI provides transformative global health experiences and community empowerment in underserved communities around the world. Since 1992 CFHI has grown, now offering over 20 Global Health Education Programs and funding community health projects in Latin America, Africa, and India. More than 8,000 students have participated in CFHI programs alongside local health practitioners. CFHI is an NGO recognized by the United Nations and a Better Business Bureau accredited charity.