PHOENIX, Ariz. (July 7, 2022): Ability360, which has been empowering individuals with all disabilities for more than 40 years, has achieved the Platinum Seal of Transparency Rating on GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations.
The Platinum rating, GuideStar’s highest level of recognition, puts Ability360 in the top 0.1% of charities nationally in terms of transparency.
“Achieving the Platinum Seal of Transparency is a tremendous milestone for Ability360 because it clearly demonstrates through qualitative information our goals, strategies, capabilities, achievement and progress in achieving our goals,” said Ability360 CEO Chris Rodriguez. “It’s vitally important for our donors and funders to know and understand our commitment to maintaining our integrity, credibility and honesty as we work to assist all individuals with disabilities live independently and to thrive.”
The Ability360 page on GuideStar (https://www.guidestar.org/profile/86-0486447) offers comprehensive financial and operational information and specific details about the impact of Ability360’s programs, services and resources on thousands of people in Arizona.
“The deeply talented and dedicated team at Abillty360 is driven by the results they achieve in impacting the lives of men, women, children and families,” said Nathan Pullen, Northern Arizona University Assistive Technology Program Director and chair of the Ability360 Board of Directors. “Those measurable outcomes, which are available for review on GuideStar, underscore the great work being done.”
For more information about GuideStar, visit www.guidestar.org.
For more information about Ability360, visit ability360.org/about-ability360.
• Steve Carr, The Kur Carr Group, Inc., 602-317-3040, email@example.com