Can you believe that the CEO of UNICEF receives an annual salary of $1.2 million? Yeah, you shouldn’t. It’s not true.
Many people may be inspired to give as they see pictures or video of typhoon ravaged parts of the Philippines. But good intentions may go bad with scammers looking to make an easy buck.
A new study gives Philadelphia non-profits good grades for fundraising efficiency and accumulating assets but a terrible score for spending on administrative costs and CEO salaries.
Before donating to a charity, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan offers some helpful advice and warns us about charity scams that have a tech twist.
In this economy, all sorts of charities are desperate for donations, so choosing the best one for your money can be challenging.