Impact Measurement and Transparency Gain Further Traction

December 1, 2010 at 9:32 PM

Charity Navigator is implementing changes to its scoring system, reports the New York Times. They plan to “add evaluations of a nonprofit’s accountability and transparency to its ratings, as well as research on its impact and research by other organizations.”

Seems like a smart move. Low overhead and administrative costs are a necessary but not sufficient condition for judging a charity effective and worthy of one’s investment.


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