My colleagues and I consider it a sacred privilege to serve some of our world’s most vulnerable children and families in Haiti. The faithfulness and generosity of so many supporters like you makes this work possible.
That is why we take such care to use every dollar that donors entrust to us carefully and wisely so as to do the most good and create truly lasting change.
One example of this is the confidence we earn each year from Charity Navigator, the largest independent evaluator of charities in the U.S.
I’m proud to share that once again we’ve earned a 4-Star Rating — Charity Navigator‘s highest.
Here’s what Charity Navigator‘s President & CEO, Michael Thatcher, said in announcing our rating:
“Beyond Borders’ exceptional 4-star rating sets it apart from its peers and demonstrates its trustworthiness to the public. Only a quarter of charities rated by Charity Navigator receive the distinction of our 4-star rating. This adds Beyond Borders to a preeminent group of charities working to overcome our world’s most pressing challenges. Based on its 4-star rating, people can trust that their donations are going to a financially responsible and ethical charity when they decide to support Beyond Borders.” 
We’re humbled by this news, but even more humbled by your trust and confidence in us.
Thank you for your care, your concern, and your solidarity with the people of Haiti and with all of us at Beyond Borders.
With deep gratitude,
PS – You can read our full 4-star Charity Navigator rating here:

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