David Pitchford, editor of the website, hopes recent graduates with experience of face-to-face fundraising will offer a different perspective.
"It's especially valuable to have interns with experience of the voluntary sector and with insight from the front line," he said.
The site, designed for potential donors, uses charities' annual reports and Charity Commission returns to compile profiles. It also rates charities by scoring them on criteria such as quality of reporting and ethical investment policies.
The website caused controversy recently by saying it was not cost-effective to give to Children in Need.