IJ Among Charity Navigator Elite

August 1, 2006

August 2006

IJ Among Charity Navigator Elite

For the fifth year in a row, the Institute for Justice has earned the highest rating (“4 stars”) from Charity Navigator (CharityNavigator.org), America’s premier independent charity evaluator that evaluates the financial management and organizational efficiency of more than 5,000 charities nationwide.

Only 82 other charities have received five consecutive 4-star ratings, making IJ among just 1.6 percent of charities nationwide to earn this distinction.

Furthermore, IJ is one of only eight “public benefit” organizations—think tanks, advocacy groups, public policy institutions, and the like—that are included in this elite five-years-running group.

We are pleased to be able to report such a return on your investment and we will continue to strive to maintain such high standards.

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IJ Defends Free Flow of Information In “Live Free or Die”

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