Local Charity Seal Participants


Local charities that are currently participating in the Tri-State BBB's Charity Seal Program are listed below.

Inclusion in this list means that:

  1. The Tri-State BBB evaluated materials provided by these organizations and concluded that these charities met the Standards for Charity Accountability in effect at the time of the review, and
  2. Following the evaluation, the charities listed below chose to apply for the BBB Charity Seal. To use the seal logo on its website and in printed materials, a charity pays a fee and signs a license agreement.

Participation in the seal program is completely voluntary, and the BBB's process for reviewing and publishing its charity evaluations is the same for seal participants and non-participants alike. There is no charge to charities for an evaluation by the Tri-State BBB, and the resulting report is freely accessible to the public on bbb.org/evansville.

Current Charity Seal Participants:
Evansville African American Museum
Evansville Goodwill Industries, Inc.
Henager Family Museum
Tri-State Food Bank
Vanderburgh Humane Society

If you would like the name of your organization added to the above list, contact Amanda Shockley at (812) 473-0202 ext. 112 or via email.

The Tri-State BBB is committed to protecting the integrity of the charity seal. Seal holder organizations will be monitored for adherence to the program's requirements, and local charities that no longer qualify for participation will be required to cease display of the seal.

For access to the reports on all the local charities evaluated by the Tri-State BBB, click here.