Maximize Your Giving Dollars With an Investing Mindset

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It’s the season of giving, and there are scores of great causes and organizations to consider for your charitable dollars. Here at The Motley Fool, we use our annual Foolanthropy campaign to steer our community to highly efficient organizations that ensure their charitable giving has a big impact. We aim to amplify outcomes instead of simply providing one-off aid approaches.

This year, we have chosen Fistula Foundation as our Foolanthropy 2015 partner. Click here for an overview of how this organization works in more than 20 countries to give women back their lives through surgery that repairs a serious affliction in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia: obstetric fistula. This restorative surgery costs an average of just $450, and basically gives afflicted women their lives back.

Check out stories of patients whose lives have been transformed by the surgeries that Fistula Foundation funds. If such stories move you to donate immediately, that would be great — check out our Foolanthropy 2015 Fistula Foundation giving site here.

Read on to learn the many reasons why Fistula Foundation is a great charitable choice to amplify the impact of your giving dollars.

A sterling reputation
First and foremost, Fistula Foundation has a solid and long-standing reputation. Donors are in good company when they support this respected organization.

Charity Navigator — one of the best-known charity ratings organizations, which assesses non-profits according to financial health, transparency, accountability, and other important informational factors — recently awarded the foundation its highest four-star rating for the10th time, an impressive achievement, putting the Foundation in the top 1% of all charities they rate.

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