50 Worst Charities
Money Goes to Lawyers
With the help of federal tax filings, a recent study revealed the 50 worst charities in the U.S. based on how much the organizations’ fundraisers pocket vs. how much is actually contributed to their specified causes.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and the St. Petersburg, Fla., paper Tampa Bay Times studied the tax records of 6,000 charities that utilize the services of paid fundraisers, only to uncover that for 50 U.S. charities, an alleged 11 cents or less of each dollar donated went to the actual cause.
Top 50 Worst Charities in America:
1. Kids Wish Network — Donations: $127.8 million / Solicitor Profits: $109.8 million
2. Cancer Fund of America — Donations: $98.0 million / Solicitor Profits: $80.4 million
3. Children’s Wish Foundation International — Donations: $96.8 million / Solicitor Profits $63.6 million
4. American Breast Cancer Foundation — Donations: $80.8 million / Solicitor Profits:$59.8 million
5. Firefighters Charitable Foundation — Donations: $63.8 million / Solicitor Profits: $54.7 million
6. Breast Cancer Relief Foundation — Donations: $63.9 million / Solicitor Profits: $44.8 million
7. International Union of Police Associations, AFL-CIO — Donations: $57.2 million / Solicitor Profits: $41.4 million
8. National Veterans Service Fund — Donations: $70.2 million / Solicitor Profits: $36.9 million
9. American Association of State Troopers — Donations: $45.0 million / Solicitor Profits: $36.0 million
10. Children’s Cancer Fund of America — Donations: $37.5 million / Solicitor Profits: $29.2 million
Please help needy people and those that support them. Always be sure of where your hard earned money goes. Read more and see the full list at: International Business Times.
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