Glen Rock, N.J., November 14 -- Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator, announced the launch of its #GivingStarts campaign, an initiative designed to celebrate donors’ goodwill and inspire others to be generous this holiday season.
Each year, millions of donors turn to Charity Navigator to make more informed, confident charitable giving decisions. This year, Charity Navigator is turning to those donors, as well as the charities they evaluate, to inspire more Americans to be philanthropic this holiday season.
Charity Navigator is asking donors and charities to tell how or where their giving starts by submitting their story at charitynavigator.org/givingstarts or using #GivingStarts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Charity Navigator will share select stories via email and through its social media accounts to lead a conversation on the value and power of charitable giving in making the world a better place.
“Each one of us has a unique reason for being philanthropic. Charity Navigator’s #GivingStarts initiative is a way to celebrate those reasons and inspire others to open their hearts and be generous,” said Kevin Scally, Chief Relationship Officer. “All gifts, no matter the size, in the hands of an efficient, trustworthy charity have the power to make a difference.”
To learn more about Charity Navigator’s #GivingStarts campaign, please visit charitynavigator.org/givingstarts.
About Charity Navigator
Charity Navigator is the world’s largest and most-utilized independent charity evaluator. The organization guides informed giving by evaluating the financial health, accountability, and transparency of charities and by providing data about 1.7 million nonprofits, accessed more than 10 million times annually. Charity Navigator does not charge the organizations it evaluates, ensuring unbiased evaluations, nor does it charge the public for this trusted data. As a result, Charity Navigator, a 501(c)(3) public charity itself, depends on support from individuals, corporations and foundations that believe it provides a much-needed service to America's charitable givers.