Kidney Cancer Association recently earned a 4-star charity rating for the fifth consecutive year from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest charity evaluator. This distinction is achieved by less than five percent of the charities evaluated.
Kidney Cancer Association’s mission is the elimination of death and suffering from renal cancers. This mission and work has been recognized by Charity Navigator as being executed in a fiscally exceptional manner, outperforming most other charities in America.
Kidney Cancer Association reports that for every dollar raised more than 88% is spent on direct program expenses. Kidney Cancer Association consistently achieves its organizational mission and responsibility to families affected by renal cancers, as well as its responsibility to donors, supporters and volunteers.
“Kidney Cancer Association is pleased to receive another 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. Our continued success proves our efficiency and leadership among nonprofit organizations,” says Bill Bro, president and CEO of Kidney Cancer Association, and a 22 year survivor of the disease. “We always aim to be fiscally responsible as we focus on increasing the capacity of our programs to assist people who are living with kidney cancer, while we continue to promote research aimed at curing renal cancers. The 4-star rating is an indication to the public that a donation to Kidney Cancer Association represents a sound investment.”