The Lab is Ranked as a 2014 “Top Rated” Non-Profit

Thinking through accountability in Liberia

Thinking through accountability in Liberia

The Accountability Lab was recently ranked as a 2014 “Top Rated” Non-Profit by Great Non-Profits, a place to find trustworthy nonprofits. The mission of Great Non-Profits is to inspire and inform donors and volunteers, enable nonprofits to show their impact, and promote greater feedback and transparency.

Like at Amazon or at consumer review sites like Epinions, Zagats, or TripAdvisor, the reviews and ratings for non-profits on Great Non-Profits are posted by people who have been touched by a nonprofit and want to share their story about it- like volunteers, donors and beneficiaries.

Since its founding in 2007, GreatNonprofits has quickly grown into the leading provider of reviews and ratings of nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. Currently, users can rate more than 1.8 million nonprofits directly on the website, or — via syndication — on partner sites, such as JustGive, GuideStar, and GlobalGiving. This represents the largest database of first-person stories about nonprofit organizations ever assembled — over 170,000 reviews. These are stories submitted by people — clients, donors, volunteers and others– who have experienced the impacts of nonprofit work up close. The stories are in digital form that are freely and easily accessible to anyone who wants to read them. This valuable resource helps donors, volunteers, journalists, and concerned citizens to learn about the nonprofit services available in their communities and beyond.

Read about the Accountability Lab on the Great Non-Profits website or contribute a review here.

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Making power-holders accountable in the developing world

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