For many years, the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation (NETRF) has secured the level of Gold Seal for non-profit transparency by Candid’s GuideStar program. “We continue to be so grateful for the thousands of donors who trust NETRF with their charitable contributions,” said Susan Payson, NETRF’s Chief Development Officer.
A Gold Seal status is the leading symbol of non-profit transparency and accountability, presented by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of non-profit information. Each year, millions of people use GuideStar information to make decisions about nonprofits and the work they do. Donors explore charities and issues they want to support. Nonprofit leaders benchmark their organizations against their peers. Funders research grantees. We strive to provide the highest-quality, most complete nonprofit information available.
Less than five percent of non-profits registered with GuideStar have been recognized with a Gold Seal. More than 8 million visitors per year rely on GuideStar for their charitable giving and to learn about non-profits.
NETRF has earned a Gold Seal by publicly sharing contact and financial information, goals, and progress on its profile at guidestar.org — providing current and potential donors with accurate and in-depth knowledge about the many ways organizations, like NETRF, responsibly advance their missions with all donations that are received.
For more information on GuideStar by Candid, check out this recent blog on nonprofit transparency, New Research Shows Nonprofit Transparency Matters.
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