U.S. Charities Receiving Highest Donations in 2007

United Way of America receives the highest donations

 
Rank Organization Private
support
Total
income
Total
expenses
1. United Way of America (Alexandria, Va.) $4,143,589,246 $4,333,022,621 $4,333,022,621
2. American National Red Cross (Washington) 2,984,296,239 5,861,509,376 5,480,992,916
3. Salvation Army (Alexandria, Va.) 1,626,529,000 3,293,420,000 2,996,072,000
4. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund (Boston) 1,150,322,396 1,479,049,598 954,193,132
5. American Cancer Society (Atlanta) 969,287,000 1,037,680,000 963,532,000
6. YMCA (Chicago) 960,349,000 5,697,505,000 5,189,767,000
7. Stanford University (Calif.) 911,163,132 4,569,584,963 2,875,794,707
8. Gifts In Kind International (Alexandria, Va.) 891,913,308 896,056,443 926,883,490
9. AmeriCares Foundation (Stamford, Conn.) 885,215,202 888,709,303 1,000,774,781
10. Food for the Poor (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 836,444,148 861,788,889 854,428,196
11. Catholic Charities USA (Alexandria, Va.) 755,743,382 3,461,683,950 3,557,020,976
12. Tulsa Community Foundation (Okla.) 738,317,364 899,884,872 69,524,253
13. Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving (San Francisco) 697,060,553 697,060,553 171,406,165
14. World Vision (Federal Way, Wash.) 671,665,000 945,774,000 946,370,000
15. Boys & Girls Clubs of America (Atlanta) 664,362,228 1,448,849,852 1,271,183,625
16. America's Second Harvest (Chicago) 644,277,697 653,171,522 639,567,751
17. Habitat for Humanity International (Americus, Ga.) 639,319,771 1,179,234,463 877,317,698
18. Feed the Children (Oklahoma City) 636,959,856 649,847,980 665,268,776
19. Harvard University (Cambridge, Mass.) 594,941,000 6,289,987,461 3,035,950,598
20. Nature Conservancy (Arlington, Va.) 517,879,000 1,010,373,984 671,580,417
21. American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities/St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (Memphis) 496,606,153 568,778,035 507,743,225
22. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program (Southeastern, Pa.) 484,099,517 519,749,529 303,987,081
23. Campus Crusade for Christ International (Orlando, Fla.) 453,593,000 497,516,000 467,112,000
24. National Christian Foundation (Atlanta) 449,303,780 490,949,133 248,352,598
25. Goodwill Industries International (Rockville, Md.) 449,300,789 2,823,092,561 2,676,426,233
Source: The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 2007. Reprinted with permission.

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