Supporters Help Lake Champlain International
Become a "Top-Rated Nonprofit" on National List
November 26, 2012
For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Ross Saxton
On the heels of several awards during 2012, Lake Champlain International (LCI) has been designated as a "Top-Rated Nonprofit" by the internationally trusted organizations GuideStar and GreatNonprofits.
GuideStar and GreatNonprofits forged a partnership providing an online service that allows people who are familiar with a nonprofit to rate and review the organization. Financial, organizational, and program information provide exceptional transparency of each nonprofit. With several "amazing" reviews from supporters, fishing derby participants, donors, state officials, and more, as GreatNonprofits wrote on the LCI Facebook page, LCI is now on the national list of Top-Rated Nonprofits.
"Being native Vermonters, and now owning a small business that depends on a strong and healthy lake, we need the fine folks at LCI more than ever. Our business is strongly influenced by the tireless efforts of everyone at LCI. Should anyone every have a question as to where to donate resources or time, you will never go wrong by getting involved with the outstanding folks at LCI," said one reviewer on the GreatNonprofits website.
In early November, LCI received a national marketing award for its tagline "Clean Water. Healthy Fish. Happy People." Earlier in 2012, LCI was presented with the prestigious EPA Environmental Merit Award and was a finalist in the nationally-competitive River Network and MillerCoors grant contest.
Reviews can be seen at http://www.guidestar.org/organizations/03-0360467/lake-champlain-international.aspx. Donations to LCI can also be made at this website link.
Image: The Top-Rated Nonprofit Badge
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LCI Business Members support your lake and your community.
Lake Champlain International (LCI) is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization actively involved in shaping the future of Lake Champlain's water and fisheries health for the well-being of the people who depend on it today and tomorrow. To protect, restore, and revitalize Lake Champlain and its communities, LCI educates, advocates, and motivates to ensure that Lake Champlain is swimmable, drinkable, and fishable, understanding that healthy water resources are essential for a healthy economy and a healthy community.
Lake Champlain International, a Top-Rated Nonprofit Award winner, has earned the Guidestar Exchange Seal and is accredited by the Better Business Bureau, illustrating the highest standards of transparency, accountability, and effectiveness as set forth by these internationally trusted organizations.