The BBB Wise Giving Alliance was formed through the merger of the National Charities Information Bureau and the Council of Better Business Bureaus' Foundation, which housed the Philanthropic Advisory Service.
What does NCIB stand for?
NCIB stands for National Charities Information Bureau (now part of Wise Giving Alliance)
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We have 7 other meanings of NCIB in our Acronym Attic
- Native Client Interface Architecture
- NATO (NCI Agency) Communications and Information Agency
- Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs
- National Club Industry Association of America
- North Central International Association of State Boating Law Administrators
- National Critical Infrastructure Assurance Program (Canada)
- National Coalition on Indoor Air Quality
- North Central Indiana Association of Realtors (Plymouth, IN)
- Narrow Connecticut Impact Attenuation System (Department of Transportation)
- North County Italian American Seniors (St. Louis, MO)
- National Collection of Industrial Bacteria (Edinburgh, Scotland)
- Normal Course Issuer Bid
- New Covenant Institute of Biblical Archaeology
- North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association
- Northern California Independent Booksellers Association
- National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics (University of Michigan)
- National Center for Integrated Bioremediation Research and Development (University of Michigan)
- National Cancer Information Center (American Cancer Society)
- National Cancer Institute of Canada
- National Capital Immigrant Coalition (advocacy)
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DAV already had met the standards of the National Charities Information Bureau and the Council of Better Business Bureaus' Foundation's Philanthropic Advisory Service that were in place before the merger of these two groups.
These standards replace the former, separate standards of the National Charities Information Bureau, the Council of Better Business Bureaus' Philanthropic Advisory Service, which were in place when the organizations merged last year.
Such as the National Charities Information Bureau (212-929-6300; www.
The organization is not known to 2 major groups that rate charities, the National Charities Information Bureau and the American Institute of Philanthropy.
The National Charities Information Bureau and American Institute of Philanthropy deem any organization that spends less than 60% of income on programs inefficient.
And two national watch-dog groups, the Philanthropy Advisory Service of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, based in Virginia, and the National Charities Information Bureau, based in New York, keep data on many large national charities.
The National Charities Information Bureau, New York City, for example, suggests that organizations should expend at least 60 percent of funds raised on program activities.