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Charity efficiency ratings

Charities forced to disclose 'efficiency' when soliciting
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Cereals etc have contents listed (fat, sugar etc), but how much collected by charities goes to advertising, wages, etc & how much to the actual target? There are two charities in my town collecting for guide dogs, but only one actually produces a useful number of them (the other collects more money, though).
pfperry, Jun 30 2002

(?) American Institute of Philanthorpy http://www.charitywatch.org/zero.html
One of 6,000 links returned from Google. [phoenix, Jun 30 2002]

Google search for +charity +efficiency +rating http://www.google.c...ceid=mozilla-search
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American Institute of Philanthorpy http://www.charitywatch.org/index.html
One of 6,000 links returned from Google. [phoenix, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       Baked. Please search before posting.
phoenix, Jun 30 2002
  

       I know info is there if you dig for it phoenix, but I havn't seen any colectors with a % label sewn to their clothes, much less a print or tv ad with a piechart. Full disclosure charity collectin isn't baked yet, not by a long shot!
pfperry, Jul 01 2002
  

       Ah yes, we need to be spoon fed everything in our lives.   

       Panhandlers should also be required to provide on demand a list of weekly expenditures, broken down into the categories of cigarettes, alcohol and illegal drugs.
DrCurry, Jul 01 2002
  
      
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