Brother’s Brother Foundation
“Connecting People’s Resources with People’s Needs”
1958 – 2018
Serving people for over 60 years in 149 countries on five continents.
More than 101.1 million books provided to more than 25 million students in more than 50,000 academic institutions.
BBF’s International Education Program is the largest distributor of privately donated books in the world.
More than 7,700 tons of seeds provided — enough to cover 14,000 square miles of farmland.
BBF’s Agricultural Program is the world’s largest private charitable distributor of donated seed (1976-2000).
More than 18,600 tons of food provided — enough to feed 100,000 people in times of natural disasters and war (1974-2010).
BBF’s Humanitarian Program is one of the first to respond in these disasters.
More than 7,500 tons of humanitarian relief supplies shipped directly or with other charities such as clothing, shoes, building materials, etc.
More than 16,200 tons of medical supplies, pharmaceuticals (over 45.4 million prescription units) and hospital equipment have been shipped to more than 3,000 hospitals and clinics overseas.
BBF’s Medical Programs responds to requests for needed products in underserved and developing countries.
Total weight of shipments — Approximately 106,400 tons, the equivalent of more than 7,800 tractor trailer loads.
Total dollar value of shipments — More than $4,000,000,000.
Forbes Magazine highlighted BBF with a 100% rating in fundraising efficiency, December 2017.
Charity Navigator – 4 star rating.
Chronicle of Philanthropy ranked BBF as the 107th largest U.S. charity in 2016.
Guidestar – Platinum Participant
The Nonprofit Times again listed BBF in the 100 largest charities in the United States, November 2017.
The Better Business Bureau noted BBF’s efficiency and gave their “Wise Giving Alliance Standards” seal of approval again in 2017.
Year 2017 shipments:
Weight: 2,006,396 pounds
Country Recipients: 58
Volume: 132 tractor-trailer loads
Number of Trustees: 29 Voting
Number of Staff Members: 24
Over 99% of donations go to those in need. Less than 1% of the value of donations used for overhead.