Helping children one print at a time

Charities raise their credibility by publishing their financial statements and reviews by such organizations as Give Well or BBB. The share of contributions applied to fundraising or administrative expenses is not the full story, either, unless one also knows the portion of “help” that gets spent on subcontractors, or whether any aid-in-kind is priced at market or obtained with subsidy and marked up. NG might consider improving its site with information about its directors, oversight, and financial disclosures.

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