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Financials & Credentials

We are committed to good stewardship, financial transparency and sound fiscal practices. For more than 65 years, MAP International has put stewardship at the forefront of our mission and valued transparency and integrity in our finances.

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Consistently ranked as one of the top charities in America by GuideStar, Forbes magazine, and CNBC to name just a few, we focus our resources on one mission: to provide medicines and health supplies to those in need around the world so they might experience life to the fullest.

In 2019, MAP medicines and health supplies delivered $25 million in much-needed medicines and health supplies to 13.3 million people in 98 countries – all at a cost of $9 million in total cash expenses with a staff of fewer than 40 people.

We can do this at such low cost because pharmaceutical companies donate many of the products we provide. These are medicines that are desperately needed by people in many parts of the world.

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Two billion people live without access to medicines they desperately need.

Your generosity can make a huge difference to help us provide medicines and health supplies to those in need around the world so they might experience life to the fullest.

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MAP is recognized for its efficiency and effectiveness by the following organizations:

Charity Navigator has awarded MAP an impressive 4-star rating, an honor only awarded to the most fiscally responsible organizations.

Awarded GuideStar’s Platinum Seal of Transparency, this is the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information.


MAP met the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability set by BBB Wise Giving Alliance.

“The Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance has listed MAP International among those charities in the United States that meet its Standards for Charity Accountability, a stringent test that assesses charitable organizations based on issues such as governance, effectiveness, financial responsibility and fundraising. The Standards were established to help donors make intelligent giving decisions and to develop confidence in charitable organizations among the public.”

The Better Business Bureau

Named one of the “Top Ten Charities Changing World” by CNBC for “exceptional work both at home and abroad, all while maintaining top-notch financial management and transparency standards.”

Appeared on Goodnet’s “8 Charities that Give Over 90% of the Funds They Raise” list.

Featured on Charity Watch’s Top Charities list.

“MAP International is a charter member of the ECFA, an accreditation agency dedicated to helping faith-based charities earn the public’s trust through adherence to seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship. Founded in 1979, it is comprised of more than 1,200 organizations that must meet strict standards regarding board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources.”

Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability