American Institute of Philanthropy

American Institute Of Philanthropy

American Institute of Philanthropy

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The American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP) is a 501 nonprofit organization, created in the United States by Daniel Borochoff in 1992 to provide information about charities' financial efficiency, accountability, governance, and fundraising. It's official website is known as . Charity financial reporting can be inconsistent, unclear, and occasionally unethical or fraudulent.


AIP analyzes charity financial documents to identify charities that are financially efficient, and ones that are not, and publishes its findings. AIP encourages donors to give to charities that will allocate most of their contributions to program services that benefit the people and to causes that donors wish to support. AIP also promotes charity accountability and transparency through its research on the rapidly changing nonprofit field.

AIP publishes the Charity Rating Guide & Watchdog Report, containing ratings of the financial efficiency of over 500 United States charities. The ratings are grades ranging from A+ (best) to F (worst) and are based on analysis of charities' financial documents. The ratings include the percentage of a charity's budget that is spent on program services, how much it costs a charity to raise $100, an accountability measure, and the salaries of the charity's three highest-paid employees. The Guide also features articles about problems in the nonprofit field and tips to help...
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