Which charities are really doing good charity work?

The most charitable charities in the United States are not all that different from the ones we know and love.

There are some great organizations that do good work, but many are not.

The New York Times reported this week that the American Red Cross is the world’s largest charitable organization, with $4.2 billion in annual revenue.

But in the 2016-17 fiscal year, it reported only $1.8 million in donations.

The charity’s charity status is tied to its funding sources, including grants and donations from other charitable organizations.

The nonprofit’s biggest donors are the Walton Family Foundation, which gives the charity money to do good things, and the Gates Foundation, with a combined total of $4 billion.

But the Walton family’s foundation has had its own charitable issues over the years.

The Washington Post recently reported that the Walton Foundation had made more than a million gifts to other charities in recent years.

While the Walton’s foundation gave $5 million to the World Health Organization, its charitable contributions have also included $1 million to organizations that provide financial support to children’s programs in impoverished countries, such as the United Nations Development Program, and another $1 billion to other nonprofits, such a the International Rescue Committee and the World Vision Network.

That money went to fight AIDS, famine, and hunger.

As the Washington Post reported, the World Bank, which has received $1 trillion in global assistance, has also given the Walton a big tax break.

The World Bank is the largest global development bank, with more than 1,300 branches around the world.

It is the primary donor to the U.S. government.

But some of the money the World War II-era bank has given to other charitable groups has come at the expense of the Red Cross.

The bank has been under fire over its charitable giving, with the Red Crescent, a humanitarian organization based in the Netherlands, complaining to the Federal Election Commission in 2010 that the organization received more than $600 million in campaign donations from the World Business Council, a nonprofit founded by the World Trade Organization.

The Red Cross also has a history of giving money to groups that have criticized the bank.

In 2008, the bank received more money from the American Enterprise Institute than any other nonprofit.

In 2014, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said that it had received $831 million from the IFRC since 1998, with just $50 million going to charity.

And the IFrc has received hundreds of millions of dollars from the Walton-founded company, Walmart.

According to the Times, the charity has received nearly $10 million from Walmart in the past three years.

But there are a few organizations that don’t have an easy time finding the money they need to do charitable work.

The Associated Press reported this year that the United Way of North America was among the charities that received money from Walmart, and it has received less than $100,000 in donations in recent months.

That may not seem like much, but it is less than the amount the United Food and Commercial Workers Union has received from Walmart.

And it is more than the $1,000 the United Church of Christ received from the retailer in 2015.

And while the Walmart Foundation is listed as a non-profit, the foundation’s president, Don Fowler, is also a director of Walmart, which is a registered charity.

In other words, he is directly involved with the company, which makes the decisions about where the money goes.

In fact, the Walton foundation has been a big supporter of the UCC, which was founded by Bill Walton and his wife, Alice Walton, and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

The UCC is the only charity in the world that doesn’t have to disclose its donors.

It’s one of only seven charities that have been registered as a 501c(3), which means that the UHC has to disclose the names of its donors and the amount of money they have given to the charity.

According, the UCA, the American Civil Liberties Union, and other groups have been suing the UCL and Walton Foundation over their charitable giving practices, and they are hoping to get the money back.

The ACLU filed a lawsuit against the Walton and the Walton Organization in December, claiming that the charities “donate large sums of money to political candidates and organizations that seek to overturn campaign finance laws.”

The ACLU also wants to know why the Walton organization didn’t donate the money to candidates who support the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Walton organization also has given a number of other groups money, including the American Cancer Society, the National Council of La Raza, and a number that oppose the Keystone XL pipeline.

The United Way has also been under scrutiny for its charitable spending.

In 2016, the group was accused of violating federal law by donating $10,000 to a political action committee, the Stop Hillary PAC, that supported a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s nomination of Hillary Clinton to be secretary of state.

The donations