Participation in the Charity Seal program is wholly voluntary. All BBB charity reviews are done free of charge. Once a review is complete, eligible nonprofits are invited to join the Charity Seal program. There is a modest fee for use of the BBB Accredited Charity Seal, scaled to the nonprofit's size.
Seal-holder charities are allowed to display the BBB national Charity Seal both online and in their solicitation materials and must stay in compliance with all 20 BBB Standards for Charity Accountability. Current charity reports can be viewed on our website.
BBB Charity Seal Holders (updated 12/10/2014)
A Better World
Academic Learning Center
Ada Jenkins Families and Careers Development Center, Inc.
Arthritis Patient Services
Assistance League of Charlotte
Autism Services of Mecklenburg County, Inc.
Bethlehem Center of Charlotte, Inc.
Carolina Crown, Inc.
Carolinas HealthCare Foundation
Center for Prevention Services
Charlotte Community Health Clinic
Community Health Services of Union County, Inc.
Community Link Programs of Travelers Aid Society of Central Carolinas, Inc.
Disability Rights & Resources
Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center, Inc. (ECAC)
Exchange/SCAN Child & Parenting Center of Iredell County
Habitat for Humanity
Holy Angels, Inc.
Hope Haven, Inc.
Hospitality House of Charlotte
Jesse Helms Center Foundation (The)
Joe Martin ALS Foundation (The)
Latin American Coalition
Learning Collaborative (The)
Loaves & Fishes, Inc.
Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter, Inc.
Matthews HELP Center
Men's Shelter of Charlotte, Inc.
Metrolina Association for the Blind
Mint Museum of Art, Inc.
Mooresville Area Christian Mission, Inc.
Push America, Inc.
Salvation Army (The)
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina
Shelter Health Services, Inc.
Spokes Group, (The)
Thompson Child & Family Focus, Inc.
United Way of Central Carolinas
USO of North Carolina