A Commitment to Transparency

Eco Living
Jan 9th, 2014 | By Amy Leibrock

We’re proud to announce that Sustainable America has earned a Gold-level Exchange Seal from GuideStar, the online listing service for nonprofit organizations. It’s a rating that is shared by only 5 percent of the more than 32,000 organizations that GuideStar lists.

Founded in 1994, GuideStar is a leading independent clearinghouse for information about nonprofit organizations in the United States. The GuideStar Exchange program recognizes 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations for providing evidence of financial transparency. Organizations that proactively provide GuideStar with financial information are awarded one of three Exchange seals: Bronze, Silver, or Gold. Gold-level nonprofits must provide significant transparency in all areas of their operations, including finance, governance, program results, and strategic planning.

“Sustainable America is honored to have earned this accolade from Guidestar,” says Executive Director Jeremy Kranowitz. “A nonprofit organization needs the public’s trust in order to credibly seek and raise funds to support its mission. The Gold Seal is a sign that we are worthy of that level of trust.”

Click here to visit Sustainable America’s listing on GuideStar.

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