Welcome to the world of charity investigation. Being a savvy donor or supporter is being a smart consumer. Learning about charities means asking the right questions:
For this project your charity or cause' own web site provides crucial information. It is also a primary source, because the website is the charity's own official words and voice. When you visit a charity's web site, it is as if you are interviewing your charity.
There are two ways to find your charity. If your charity is a Cause on Facebook or has a Facebook page that you like, that page should have a link to your charity on it. Click that link.
A second method for finding your charity's web page is to search for it on Google. Enter the name of your charity in "quotes" and search. Your charity should appear just below the sponsored links.
On your charity's web page, look for the link that says Mission or About. Read what it has to say. The Mission/About statement explains
Your charity's page and its mission/about statements should definitely be one of your three sources.