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Each health charities in the Community Health Charities network must annually meet accountability standards that include the following; be a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization as certified by the IRS; have an annual audit conducted in accordance with the generally accepted auditing standards of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; have an active, voluntary board of directors; have fund raising and administrative costs that are at or below industry standards; and meet other specified requirements.
Community Health Charities is dedicated to the highest ethical standards and to making its operations as transparent as possible.
Community Health Charities has earned the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance seal. The seal acknowledges that Community Health Charities meets the Alliance's strong and comprehensive standards. The BBB Wise Giving Alliance offers guidance to donors on making informed giving decisions through our charity evaluations, various "tips" publications, and publishes the quarterly Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Guide.
As a member of the National Health Council, Community Health Charities is in compliance with the Council's Standards of Excellence, which cover the areas of governance, personnel policies, programs, fundraising, finance, accounting and reporting, and evaluation. The Council demands the highest standards of public accountability from its member organizations to assure the public that these organizations are worthy of support.
Community Health Charities received the GuideStar Exchange Gold level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar USA, Inc., the premier source of nonprofit information. The logo demonstrates Community Health Charities' deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability.