Fiscal Tiger: Who You Should and Shouldn't Donate To During The Holidays

MSF in Agok, South Sudan. South Sudan faces many challenges, including ongoing conflict, displacement, food shortages/malnutrition, lack of social services including health care, and insecurity. MSF hospitals have been under attack from different armed groups, putting the medical staff and patients at risk.
SOUTH SUDAN © Valérie Batselaere/MSF
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As the holiday season approaches, Fiscal Tiger lists Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) as one of four trustworthy charities to contribute to based on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) criteria. Not only has FTC's criteria been met, but MSF has consistently been ranked as one of the top charities by a variety of organizations that monitor the activity of charities and how they use the resources they receive.

An MSF medical team works with health ministry staff in the cholera treatment center in Al-Sadaqa hospital in Aden, Yemen. MSF also has carried out emergency repairs at the center.
YEMEN 2017 © Malak Shaher/MSF