When a nonprofit is validated by WikiCharities, it means they are fully transparent with all 60+ questions within the four sections of their profile page. This includes financials, leadership, board of directors, annual reports, volunteer information, partnerships, funders, and more.
You can review the questions from a validated nonprofit here. We hope to continually refine our validation questions as we find partners, foundations, and companies already working in this space. Please send us an email if you are interested in working together.
You can see our validation process as a nonprofit
A validation means a nonprofit is fully transparent with all elements of their organization. We then have additional features to allow endorsements from other nonprofits and individuals who have worked with an organization, creating a community for the nonprofit sector on a global scale.
GuideStar and Charity Navigator both exist to help donors make better decisions. Their focus is the United States and the nonprofits registered in the United States. See Full Article
WikiCharities is creating a global community for the nonprofit sector to inform donors, help nonprofits find each other, and provide a faster and trusted way for those who need help to find services they need.
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There are many great benefits for a nonprofit to become active on WikiCharities.