Vitamin Angels gets repeat four-star rating from Charity Navigator

By Stephen Daniells

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© iStock/Ekaterina79
Vitamin Angels has again placed in the top five percent of charities with another four-star rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s premier charity evaluator.

“Recognition from a trusted source like Charity Navigator allows our donors to give with greater confidence,”​ said Howard Schiffer, Vitamin Angels’ president and founder. “Contributions allow us to reach at-risk populations around the world with lifesaving nutritional support, and we’re committed to doing this in the most efficient way possible.”

The charity serves over 52 million children and mothers in over 60 countries every year, with the cost to provide one child with lifesaving vitamins for an entire year just 25 cents. Over 90% of Vitamin Angels’ expenses go directly to helping at-risk populations worldwide.

“This exceptional designation from Charity Navigator sets Vitamin Angels apart from its peers and demonstrates to the public its trustworthiness,”​ stated Michael Thatcher, President & CEO of Charity Navigator in the letter advising of the award.

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