The top 10 charities that raised the most money in 2016

The top five charities that have raised the biggest amounts of money so far in 2016 are: American Cancer Society, The National Association for the Advancement of Colorectal Cancer, American Heart Association, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The National Cancer Institute (NCI), one of the largest scientific and medical research organizations in the world, is also listed among the top five.

The American Cancer Association (ACA), the largest medical advocacy group, is listed among its top five charitable organizations.

The nonprofit organizations are also in the top 20 charities in the US, as are their top contributors.

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), a leading medical research organization, is the fourth-largest charity in the United States, followed by The National Cancer Society (NCS), The American Heart Institute (AHA), The National Diabetes Association (NDIA), and The American Lung Association (ALA).

The National Education Association (NEA), one the largest teachers unions in the country, is at number seven.

The Childrens Hospital of Boston is listed at number three.

The Center for Applied Health and Wellness, an independent nonprofit health care consulting firm, is ranked number four.

The New York Red Bulls is ranked at number five.

The top charities are:American Cancer Society: $9,939,000American Heart Association: $8,839,500American Diabetes Association: #5,932,000The National Heart Foundation: #9,049,000Heart Foundation: $1,908,000Childrens Hospital Boston: $3,092,000AHA: #7,944,000NHLbi: #8,945,000NEA: #6,849,500Center for Applied Research: #3,716,000Center for Medical Progress: #2,064,000Medical Students Association of New York: #1,865,000National Heart Foundation Research Center: #15,076,000New York City-Albany Medical Center: $10,742,000Pneumonia Prevention Foundation: -$10,039,100Nuclear Medicine Association: – $6,906,000Pharmaceutical Industry Association of America: #10,003,000Skeletal and Vascular Institute: #13,923,000St.

Jude Children’s Research Hospital: #17,569,000Veterinary Medical Research Institute: $25,000,000All donations are tax-deductible, but a percentage of the profits is donated to charities that provide medical research or education.

The charities are listed in alphabetical order.