For over 100 years, Good Housekeeping magazine has been a trusted source for women to connect with real-life experts with advice on how to get things done and have fun doing it. Good Housekeeping reaches an audience of over 30 million people each month.
In addition to the magazine brand, the Good Housekeeping Institute is the consumer product evaluation laboratory, which opened in 1900 and continues today with the same mission: to improve the lives of consumers and their families through education and product evaluation.
For this reason, MAP International is honored to be included on Good Housekeeping magazine's list of “The Best Charities to Give to Right Now — And Which Ones to Avoid”.
Why do endorsements matter?
When highly-regarded publications recommend or endorse MAP International, they do so after carefully reviewing our fiscal management practices and commitment to transparency and accountability. Following a record number of natural disasters in 2017, donors are seeking and being advised to consult trusted sources of information to help them choose a charity to support.
Publications like Good Housekeeping take the guesswork out of where to donate and help individuals feel secure that their resources will be deployed with the greatest efficiency and effectiveness. For this reason, endorsements from reputable sources provide a level of security, trust and dependability. This is why endorsements matter.
MAP is committed to transparency in our mission, our work, our finances, and operations. We strive to utilize our resources to help the most needy around the world and are grateful when we are recognized for our efforts. As one of America’s top charities, we work everyday to achieve our mission of providing life-changing medicines and health supplies to people in need.
This Christmas season, we hope you carefully consider a donation to MAP. Mark your calendars and join us on #GivingTuesday on November 28 as we celebrate a national day of giving.
Thank you for your support of MAP and the people we serve. Through your generosity, MAP is able to provide Medicine for the World.