A charity watchdog is a type of nonprofit organization that provides ratings of charitable groups based on how an individual charity's money is spent, how the charity governs itself, and how the charity protects its donors' privacy, among other criteria.
Notable charity watchdogs in the United States include Charity Navigator, CharityWatch, and the BBB Wise Giving Alliance.
"Understanding Charity Ratings". Consumer Reports. Retrieved November 2015.
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