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Lead Story

Giving has no season


Industry Update

NFC race heating up

Proximity mobile payments get closer

VeriFone pays $485 million in stock for Hypercom


Visa makes pitch for U.S. microlending

$60 million to fuel small business lending

BAI Retail Delivery 2010: All about retail banking in the 21st century

Ed McLaughlin

Research Rundown

The top 25 U.S.-based charities

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Visa pushing prepaid cards for undeserved

Patti Murphy
Inside Microfinance

Gift cards versus the government

Thom Aldredge
World Gift Card


Financing business startups: What ISOs should know

Brandes Elitch
CrossCheck Inc.

PCI changes, incremental step toward industry compliance

Paul Rasori
Secure POS Vendor Alliance


Street SmartsSM:
Enlightening talk about gateways

Ken Musante
Eureka Payments LLC

Stay tuned to your needs when selling

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

Ensuring sales and marketing success in 2011

Peggy Bekavac Olson
Strategic Marketing

PCI: The year in review, the year to come

Tim Cranny
Panoptic Security Inc.

Company Profile


New Products

Preparing for 1099-K

Data Delivery Services Inc.


Give the gift of knowledge



Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

December 13, 2010  •  Issue 10:12:01

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The top 25 U.S.-based charities

In December, along with holiday shopping, many individuals and businesses are making decisions about their year-end charitable donations. Have you ever wondered which nonprofits are getting the most support? Here is a chart of the 25 largest U.S. charities, ranked by The Nonprofit Times according to each organization's total 2009 income.

RankNameCategoryTotal 2009 Income ($ in millions)Percent of total expenses spent on programsWebsite
1YMCA of the USASocial services5,
2Catholic Charities USASocial services4,
3United WaySocial services4,
4Goodwill Industries InternationalSocial services3,
5American Red CrossSocial services3,
6The Salvation ArmySocial services2,
7Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer CenterHospital/med center2,188.394.4
8Boys & Girls Clubs of AmericaYouth1,470.081.8
9Habitat for Humanity InternationalSocial services1,
10Easter SealsHealth1,270.885.9
11World VisionRelief/development1,221.488.1
12AmeriCares FoundationRelief/development1,
13Feed the ChildrenRelief/development1,
14Boy Scouts of AmericaYouth1,
15Smithsonian Institution Museums1,114.958
16Planned Parenthood Federation of AmericaHealth1,
17Food For The PoorRelief/development1,086.296.9
18Volunteers of AmericaSocial services916.789
19American Cancer SocietyHealth897.172
20City of Hope and affiliatesHospital/med
21The Nature
22Dana-Farber Cancer InstituteHospital/med
23Catholic Relief ServicesRelief/
24Girl Scouts of the USA*
25United States Fund for UNICEFRelief/
* Fiscal year end 2008Source:The Nonprofit Times

Notice to readers: These are archived articles. Contact names or information may be out of date. We regret any inconvenience.

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