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Tag: Charity Navigator



Measuring Social Impact

Get Out of the Office

You’ll never get what’s going on out there by sitting in here.

By Kevin Starr | 12 | Jan. 30, 2014
Paul Brest

Individual Giving

The Promise of Effective Altruism

The effective altruism movement has the potential to create an aspirational anchor, which may change giving practices over time.

By Paul Brest | 5 | Oct. 28, 2013


Overhead Costs: The Obsession Must Stop

We can’t separate nonprofit programs from the people who develop and deliver them.

By Julie Brandt | 14 | Oct. 3, 2013

Nonprofit Management

Mergers and Collaborations for Charity Navigator?

Why don’t organizations consider merging or at least collaborating more?



Sharing Evaluations

By Suzie Boss | Aug. 16, 2011

Ethics and Nonprofits

By Deborah L. Rhode & Amanda K. Packel | 11 | May. 21, 2009

Measuring Social Impact

The Ratings Game

By Stephanie Lowell, Brian Trelstad, & Bill Meehan | 1 | Jun. 1, 2005


The Ratings Game

Can ratings systems help guide giving?

By Perla Ni | 11 | Dec. 19, 2004