Charity Navigator says United Animal Nations outperforms 85 percent of charities
SACRAMENTO, CA (November 6, 2007) – United Animal Nations (UAN), a national animal protection organization that pioneered disaster relief for animals 20 years ago, today announced that it received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator for the second year in a row.
Charity Navigator’s four-star rating is its highest possible rating. It indicates that UAN efficiently manages its finances, is growing its programs and services over time, and successfully accomplishes its programmatic goals. According to Charity Navigator’s Web site, a four-star rating indicates that UAN “exceeds industry standards and outperforms most charities in its cause.” Just 15 percent of non-profit organizations evaluated by Charity Navigator earned a four-star rating this year.
“We pride ourselves on using our donors’ contributions wisely and responsibly,” said UAN president and CEO Nicole Forsyth. “We are thrilled to be recognized for our efforts to use our donors’ money as they intended it – to bring as many animals as possible out of crisis and into care.”
Founded in 1987, UAN provides the following programs for animals nationwide:
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Now celebrating its 20th year, United Animal Nations (UAN) is