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We Are a Meets Standards® Organization!


Daily Work  Earns Charities Review Council's Meets Standards® Seal

We’re thrilled to announce that Daily Work is now a Charities Review Council Meets Standards® organization!

Nonprofit organizations, such as Daily Work, earn the Meets Standards® seal by voluntarily participating in Charities Review Council’s Accountability Wizard® review process. The only web-based product of its kind, the Accountability Wizard® is a time-tested tool, elevated by nationally recognized capacity building practitioners and philanthropic thought leaders. The Accountability Wizard® is based on Charities Review Council’s 25 Accountability Standards®, a balance of nonprofit sector promising practices, public expectations, and legal requirements, representing the shared expectations between donors and nonprofits.

The review process examined four key areas: Public Disclosure, Governance, Financial Activity, and Fundraising. As a result, Daily Work has aligned its practices, policies and procedures to widely accepted standards of accountability, leading us to greater strength, efficacy and to the achievement of the Meets Standards® seal. By participating in the Accountability Wizard® review process, Daily Work demonstrates responsibility, integrity and transparency to donors as well as the general public.

Daily Work’s full review report is available online at smartgivers.org and we will also be listed in Charities Review Council’s bi-annual Smart Giver Newsletter.

“I am proud that Daily Work is now a Meets Standards® organization. It’s important that donors know that their contributions are being used ethically and effectively.  The Charity Review Council’s Seal is another way we can demonstrate our commitment to fulfilling our mission and stewarding the contributions entrusted to us,” said Julie Hoff, Daily Work executive director.

For more information about Daily Work, contact Julie Hoff, Executive Director, at (651)204-3043 or julie@daily-work.org and visit www.daily-work.org

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