Understanding What the Seal Means for Donors

When a charity displays our Seal of Accountability, there are five key characteristics that you, as a donor, can expect:


 

 

  1. Accountability. Charities that display the CCCC Seal of Accountability hold themselves accountable to Christ, to governing authorities, to CCCC, to donors, and to the public.
  2. Transparency. Certified charities agree to provide a copy of their most recent audited financial statements to anyone who requests them.
  3. Excellence. The Seal of Accountability distinguishes charities that have demonstrated that they follow a commitment to excellence in resource management, donor relationships, program evaluation, and governance.
  4. Respect. Certified charities recognize that their donors are people. They commit to respecting the interests and dignity of the donor in every interaction.
  5. Responsiveness. A charity that displays the Seal of Accountability will welcome your questions, respect your complaints, and provide prompt answers.
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2017-12-16 15:23:44 America/Toronto -05:00   https://giveconfidently.ca/what-the-seal-means-for-donors/