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10 Charities Overpaying their For-Profit Fundraisers.
These 10 charities are not living up to their missions. Each spends more than 50% of its budget paying for-profit fundraising professionals to solicit your hard-earned money. They are ranked by the percentage of their total functional expenses spent on professional fundraising fees. As a result, very little of the charity’s spending is directed towards its programs and services. You are making donations to pay the telemarketers!
Charity Program Expenses Professional Fundraising Fees
1 Disabled Veterans Associations 94.3%
2 Children’s Charitable Foundation 87.3%
3 Disabled Police Officers Counseling Center 85.7%
4 Firefighters Charitable Foundation 84.4%
5 Law Enforcement Education Program 84.1%
6 Operation Lookout 82.2%
7 Children’s Charity Fund, Inc. 78.5%
8 Wishing Well Foundation USA 78.3%
9 Coalition Against Breast Cancer 75.9%
10 Defeat Diabetes Foundation 73.8%
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It will go off from most everywhere inside your house. It works if you park in your driveway or garage. If your car alarm goes off when someone is trying to break into your house, odds are the burglar/rapist won’t stick around.
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