The Wayne County Community Foundation recently earned the coveted four-star rating from Charity Navigator, the world’s largest guide for philanthropic decision making, which evaluates a sizable portion of the more than 1.5 million charities in the U.S. The four-star rating is the highest possible and is reserved for organizations that exceed industry standards, adhere to sector best practices, and execute their mission in a financially efficient way.
“Receiving the four-star rating from Charity Navigator is an honor,” stated Sara Patton, Executive Director of the Community Foundation. “It attests to our financial effectiveness, and shows that we are a trustworthy steward of the resources entrusted to us.”
The core components of Charity Navigator ratings – financial health, accountability and transparency – are measured annually. Charity Navigator accepts no funding from the organizations it evaluates, ensuring unbiased evaluations, nor does Charity navigator charge the public for this trusted data. For more information, interested parties can visit: www.charitynavigator.org.
Since 1978, the Wayne County Community Foundation has been working to strengthen the community we all share. It is a nonprofit charitable community organization. Since inception, WCCF has awarded over $84 million in grants and scholarships back into the community.« Back to General News Releases