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Great River Rescue earns Meets Standards seal

Great River Rescue recently received Charities Review Council’s Meets Standards seal, a visual marker on nonprofit strength.

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Great River Rescue recently received Charities Review Council’s Meets Standards seal, a visual marker on nonprofit strength.

Nonprofit organizations, such as Great River Rescue, earn the Meets Standards seal by voluntarily participating in Charities Review Council’s Accountability Wizard review process.

According to a release, Great River Rescue has aligned its practices, policies and procedures to widely accepted standards of accountability, leading them to greater strength, efficacy and to the achievement of the Meets Standards seal.

By participating in the Accountability Wizard review process, Great River Rescue demonstrates responsibility, integrity and transparency to donors as well as the general public, the release added.

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