Broadcasters Foundation Of America Achieves Top Score From Charity Navigator

The Broadcasters Foundation of America says it has achieved a rating of 100 from Charity Navigator, a nonprofit evaluator. The evaluation process takes place over a seven-year period and uses Charity Navigator’s Encompass Rating System.

The Broadcasters Foundation received a score of 100 in Finance & Accountability, reflecting its solid financial health (stability, efficiency and sustainability) and commitment to governance practices and policies.

In addition, the Broadcasters Foundation also received full credit at 72% for its Program Expense Ratio, which measures the percent of total expenses spent on the programs and services it exists to deliver.

“We are very proud to receive this high level of accreditation from Charity Navigator,” said Jim Thompson, BFOA co-president. “We have worked diligently to maximize our budget to provide the aid that so many in our industry desperately need. Life-altering illness or accident can devastate a family’s financial situation, and the Broadcasters Foundation is committed to easing that strain for our colleagues who qualify.”

BFOA has distributed millions of dollars in aid to broadcasters who have lost their livelihood through a catastrophic event, debilitating disease or unforeseen tragedy.

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