The Angiogenesis Foundation Earns Charity Navigator’s Esteemed 4-Star Rating

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The coveted 4-star rating is awarded to nonprofits demonstrating exceptional financial health, accountability and transparency.

The Angiogenesis Foundation announced today it has earned the esteemed 4-star rating from Charity Navigator – America’s premier independent charity evaluator. The honor is awarded to an elite group of nonprofits meeting the highest criteria possible for financial health, accountability and transparency.

"We are honored to be named again among this elite group of the nation’s top nonprofits. This continued recognition is proof of our unrelenting commitment to good governance, sound fiscal management, transparency, and accountability," said Dr. William Li, President and Medical Director of the Angiogenesis Foundation.

Charity Navigator is America’s definitive guide for intelligent charitable giving. In its quest to help donors make informed decisions, it objectively evaluates tens of thousands of nonprofits across the country. Its ratings system shows donors how efficiently a nonprofit will use their financial support, how well it has sustained its programs and services over time, and its level of commitment to good governance, best practices, and openness with information.

"Having served on the Angiogenesis Foundation's Board of Directors since its inception in 1994, I can say with certainty this honor is a testament to our excellence and our lifesaving work, which has impacted 50 million people worldwide," said Dr. Christopher J. Bonar, Chairman of the Board of the Angiogenesis Foundation.

The Angiogenesis Foundation is the world’s first and leading nonprofit organization working to disrupt and end diseases by controlling the blood vessels that feed them. Through outside-of-the box scientific collaborations, cutting-edge research, patient access initiatives and clinician education, the Foundation illuminates the essential role angiogenesis plays in conquering some of world’s most complex diseases, including cancer. The Foundation has built a community of 65,000 members and reached over 300,000 doctors in 150 countries as well as 5 million viewers through digital media. The Foundation's advocacy and outreach efforts have touched millions more worldwide. To learn more about the Angiogenesis Foundation’s lifesaving work, please visit angio.org.

About the Angiogenesis Foundation: Established in 1994, the Angiogenesis Foundation is the world’s first and leading nonprofit organization working to disrupt and end diseases by controlling the blood vessels that feed them. For more information, visit angio.org

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