American Friends of The Hebrew University received the highest ranking from Charity Navigator, the largest and most utilized charity evaluator in the United States. AFHU’s updated ranking of four out of four stars is correlated with Charity Navigator’s new charity rating methodology, CN 2.1, which is an updated version of its charity rating system consisting of changes to its financial health rating metrics.

AFHU’s updated ranking of four out of four stars places the organization among an elite group of charitable organizations. Out of a score of 100, AFHU received an overall score of 92.78, a Financial score of 90.61 and an Accountability & Transparency score of 96. You can read more on AFHU’s updated ranking here.

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