Have you heard what they are saying about us?

Exceptional,” “apart from its peers,” and “financially responsible” are just some of the words used by Charity Navigator’s President & CEO Michael Thatcher, earlier this year when announcing our 4-star rating.  

Charity Navigator is the largest independent evaluator of charities in the U.S. and four stars is the highest possible ranking – only ¼ of charities rated by Charity Navigator receive this distinction.  

In addition to Charity Navigator, Beyond Borders continues to receive top rankings from GuideStar, Global Giving, and Catalogue for Philanthropy.

These are badges of honor that we wear proudly, because they communicate that you can invest in Haiti’s children, in Haiti’s future, with complete trust & confidence

We take very seriously our responsibility to guarantee that every dollar you entrust to us is carefully and wisely used to ensure that Haitian children grow up safe in a loving home and community, that they are well-fed and cared for, and that they go to a good school close to home. 

We are humbled by your trust & confidence in us. Your support encourages and motivates us to continue to fight the injustices that prevent so many children, women, and families from living in security, with independence, and dignity.

With appreciation, Kristie

PS – As of today, we’ve raised 60% of our goal for the www.NoChildaSlave.org campaign. Can you help get us closer to the finish line? 

Give from now until 11:59 pm on Dec. 31st and your gift is doubled

PPS – If you prefer to give by regular mail you can make your check payable to Beyond Borders and send it to PO Box 2132, Norristown, PA 19404. Checks dated Dec. 31st or earlier are matched too.

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