How to read a charity report

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Give.org provides the following basic breakdown of what donors can expect to see in every report the group produces. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Reading and understanding reports on charities are two of the fundamental tenets of smart giving. Various organizations, including Give.org, the website of the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance, vet charities based on an array of criteria. The information gleaned during this vetting process is ultimately used to create reports on charitable organizations, which donors can access to make sure they make donate to organizations with reputations for meeting their missions. Donors without much experience reading charity reports may not know how to use the extensive amount of information within the reports to make sound donation decisions. Give.org provides the following basic breakdown of what donors can expect to see in every report the group produces. Governan
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