The FNIH Earns Coveted Four-Star Rating from Charity Navigator for Sixth Consecutive Year
June 8, 2020 — For the sixth year in a row, the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) has earned the top designation of four-star honors from the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator, Charity Navigator. Only 9 percent of charities evaluated by the group have received this highest rating for at least six consecutive years, indicating that the FNIH “outperforms most charities in America.”
The results of the evaluation include a perfect score for accountability and transparency, as well as placement among the top medical research organizations in the country. Charity Navigator’s rating acknowledges the FNIH for carrying out its mission in a way that is financially efficient, uses sector best practices and “exceeds industry standards.”
Through the steadfast support of partners representing government, industry, not-for-profit organizations, foundations and individual donors, the FNIH builds strong alliances to advance scientific understanding, facilitate breakthrough discoveries and foster solutions that benefit the health of all people.
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