"The sector and the public," NonProfit Times states, "turn to GuideStar for images of the most recent Form 990s. It has become a research tool upon which people depend for nearly instant financial data."
This year's list comprises both nonprofit "leaders who blaze trails" and those who "provide the stability and fertile ground from which the sector will continue to grow and flourish." Some of the other honorees include:
- Nan Aron, founder and president, Alliance for Justice
- Ami Dar, founder/executive director, Action Without Borders
- Millard Fuller, cofounder and president, Habitat for Humanity International
- Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect, Microsoft Corporation
- Robert K. Goodwin, president and CEO, the Points of Light Foundation
- Stephen Goldsmith, special advisor to the president for Faith & Community Initiatives, chair, Corporation for National and Community Service
- Hugh Price, president and CEO, National Urban League
- Harris Wofford, chairman, America's Promise
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