Children International honored as 2017 top-rated nonprofit

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Children International has been honored as a top-rated nonprofit by GreatNonprofits.

Kansas City, MO (September 22, 2017) Children International has been named a “2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about charities and nonprofit organizations.

The Top-Rated Nonprofit Award is based on the large number of positive reviews Children International received from sponsors and donors on GreatNonprofits.org. For example, one recent review reads, “We highly recommend Children International as a stellar charitable organization to consider if you are thinking of sponsoring a child in need.” Another says, “Children International does an outstanding job of making a true connection between sponsors and the children they serve.”

Perla Ni, CEO of GreatNonprofits, said, “Children International is a great example of a nonprofit making a real difference. Their award is well-deserved recognition not only of their work, but the tremendous support they receive, as shown by the many outstanding reviews they have received from people who have direct experience working with Children International.”

With the support of sponsors and donors, Children International currently serves more than 250,000 impoverished children and youth in 10 countries around the world with the ultimate goal of helping them break the cycle of poverty.

Read more reviews of Children International and see how Children International is making an impact in the fight to eradicate poverty.

About Children International
Children International is a leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. From toddler to young adulthood, we surround kids with a caring team, a safe place and a clear path out of poverty through programs focused on health, education, empowerment and employment. Our supporters are inspired as they see children radically change their lives and create a ripple effect that impacts their families and communities for generations to come.

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