Charity Navigator has updated its Charity Scorecard for 2016, which provides a better look at the charities’ impact on the U.S. economy.
The new report shows that in 2016, more than $11 billion of the money raised in the U,C.
went to charities.
The top five charities in the category in 2016 raised more than 50 percent of the total money raised by their charities, according to the study.
The top charities in this category include the Salvation Army, the United Way, the National Council of La Raza, the Faith Charity Fund, and the Salvation Navy.
The other five charities that made the top 10 list are the National Day Laborer Organizing Committee, the SalvationArmy, the Children’s Defense Fund, the American Red Cross, and The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Overall, the charities raising the highest amount of money in 2016 were the Salvation Soldiers, Salvation Army National, and United Way National, according the study released on Wednesday.
These are the top five charitable organizations in the country, with a combined total of $9.2 billion raised.
The average donation to each charity was $11,826.
The charity organizations in this top five include the United Methodist Church, the World Relief Foundation, the Mercy Corps, and many more.
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