Each year, the MoneySense Charity 100 grades Canada’s largest organizations. The list is designed to help people choose charities that are efficient and that make the most of public donations.

The charities are rated, says MoneySense, based on whether they meet the generally accepted standards for financial management within their sectors. For example, they’re graded based on information collected from tax filing documents. Also, each organization fills in a detailed questionnaire about their governance practices.

Click here to check out the full list of rated charities.

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Originally published on Advisor.ca
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