Consumer Reports Recognizes MJFF’s Commitment to Efficiency
Just in time for the holiday giving season, Consumer Reports, the world's largest independent consumer-advocacy organization, has included The Michael J. Fox Foundation as one of its "best charities for your donations."
Organizations were spotlighted after evaluating the rankings of three major nonprofit watchdogs: the BBB Wise Giving Alliance, Charity Navigator and CharityWatch. They looked at factors that included how much of an organization's revenue goes toward its mission.
We often say that at MJFF, we're obsessed with efficiency. We work tirelessly to identify and take smart risks on research with the most promise, seek to advance research faster and always keep patients at the center of every decision. Since our inception, MJFF has spent 89 of each dollar on research programs.
The Foundation is grateful to Consumer Reports for recognizing our commitment to speeding a cure with efficiency and accountability.
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