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GRF Meets Charity Navigator Standards

Glaucoma Research Foundation (GRF), the nation's oldest and most experienced nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing vision loss from glaucoma, is pleased to have received a 3-star rating from Charity Navigator.

85% of GRF's annual budget goes directly to funding research and education programs, including the Catalyst for a Cure research consortium, Shaffer grants, glaucoma education and awareness programs, and our glaucoma.org website. The remaining 15% covers administrative costs and fundraising expenses.

According to the Charity Navigator website, their ratings provide clear, objective, and reliable assessments of the financial health and transparency of charities. “By using our ratings, givers can truly know how a charity's financial health compares with that of its peers and of charities throughout the country. Givers can be confident that in supporting those charities rated highly by Charity Navigator, they will be supporting organizations that are fiscally responsible and financially healthy.”

“GRF is honored to receive this recognition for our research and educational efforts,” stated Andrew G. Iwach, MD, Board Chair for the Glaucoma Research Foundation. “We carefully control our administrative and fundraising expenses as we increase the amount of funding we invest in innovative research to find a cure. We are pleased that Charity Navigator has recognized our efforts to operate in a manner that is fiscally responsible.”

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Updated December 2, 2015

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