Food For The Poor
96% + goes to the actual charity! They do good work.
The Salvation Army, Wounded Warriors and St. Jude to name a few.
St Jude is one of those fantastic organizations I'd put near at top of national charities.
St. Jude, it's an amazing organization.
It depends on which issue is your passion. I give to City Harvest, Feed America, USO, DAV, VFW, Heart Association, St. Jude's Children's Hospital, Lukemia & Lymphoma Society, Boys Town and a few random others.
individual where you see someone in need, you help, you tell no one, and you do not deduct it off your taxes.
Can't argue that one!
One you like and it gives all you donate to those it helps. (Not CEO's or fundraisers)
I generally only give to local charities that help people in my community.
Me too. In fact, if I Can donate my time I do that more than money that way I know for sure who is being helped. There was a group ran a homeless shelter soup kitchen and food bank. I and was always saying the food was so hard to keep in stock. Then all of a sudden they started sending all the food to the southern states while our own people suffered. They soon went out of business because nobody would donate to them any longer.
Sounds like a good organization. Not paid for by the taxpayers is a big plus!
I am more inclined to help these kind of charities. It is my understanding that that is why charities got the tax exemption in the first place. Then the government got involved and everything went to h*ll and taxes.
St. Jude and several local charities.
Shriners Children Network. They are for real. I also give to no kill animal shelters.
None of them . They don't use the money to go out and help the homeless
Doctors without Borders