We thank Mark Holyoak in media relations for passing this along. Sounds like the RMEF knows how to manage their money. For the fifth straight year, America's leading charity evaluator has given its highest marks to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Only four percent of the charities rated by Charity Navigator have ever done so. Data shows that RMEF spends only 7.7 percent on administrative costs and 2.3 percent on fundraising costs. Therefore, 90 cents of every dollar that RMEF spends go directly to its mission of ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and Montana's hunting heritage.  Donors use ratings such as Charity Navigator's to help them select fiscally efficient, open, ethical conservation organizations for philanthropic support. Nice report card, folks. Here's hoping you continue to recognize success from your efficient, responsible and dedicated  procedures.   DB