BBF Noted by Forbes as One of Four Most Efficient Charities

Brother’s Brother Foundation Noted in Forbes Magazine, Celebrates 50 Years of Service

Forbes Magazine, in the December 2008 Investment Guide, noted Brother’s Brother Foundation (BBF) as one of the four most efficient charities in their Charity 200 listing. BBF was noted as having a 100% rating for both fundraising efficiency and charitable commitment. The issue lists 200 charities, rating them on how efficiently they collect or distribute donations.

Additional information can be found at www.forbes.com‘s philanthropy section. Look for the Charity 200 listing.

On Monday, November 24, 2008 BBF is celebrating 50 years of service to the international community at the Senator John Heinz History Center. BBF Founder Dr. Robert A. Hingson and the jet injector inoculation system that he invented are highlighted in the History Center’s Innovators of Western Pennsylvania exhibit. The celebration will include a dinner (by invitation only) and program illustrating each ten-year period in BBF’s history.