Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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Top 50 Charities based in the United States

Charities come as a relief and as a way to manipulate the increasing poverty over the world’s suffering population. Politics leave space for these kinds of efforts since they are inadequate to handle certain matters over the world. In this list, you can have a quick look at the top 50 charities in the United States and their revenue as well as the number of private donations, according to Forbes Magazine. United Way Worldwide stands alone on No.1 and even though this may be a surprise for some people, the institution created new partnerships and used new sources to support actions regarding Covid-19.

Top 50 Charities based in the United States

Private Donations
1United Way WorldwideDomestic Needs$3.6 billion
2Feeding AmericaDomestic Needs$2.8 billion
3Direct ReliefInternational Needs$2 billion
4Salvation ArmyDomestic Needs$2 billion
5St. Jude Children's Research HospitalMedical$1.8 billion
6Habitat for Humanity InternationalInternational Needs$1.4 billion
7YMCA of the USAYouth$1.1 billion
8Compassion InternationalInternational Needs$993 million
9Boys & Girls Clubs of AmericaYouth$976 million
10Goodwill Industries InternationalDomestic Needs$974 million
11Americares FoundationInternational Needs$972 million
12Food for the PoorInternational Needs$900 million
13Task Force for Global HealthInternational Needs$885 million
14Lutheran Services in AmericaDomestic Needs$810 million
15American National Red CrossDomestic Needs$809 million
16World VisionInternational Needs$737 million
17Catholic Charities USADomestic Needs$714 million
18American Cancer SocietyHealth$710 million
19Samaritan's PurseDomestic Needs$686 million
20Nature ConservancyEnvironment/Animal$637 million
21Step Up for StudentsEducation$618 million
22Mount Sinai Health SystemsMedical$617 million
23American Heart AssociationHealth$610 million
24Planned Parenthood Federation of AmericaDomestic Needs$591 million
25CruReligious$591 million
26MAP InternationalInternational Needs$588 million
27United States Fund for UNICEFInternational Needs$562 million
28Mayo ClinicMedical$527 million
29HealthWell FoundationDomestic Needs$481 million
30Catholic Relief ServicesInternational Needs$470 million
31Dana-Farber Cancer InstituteMedical$451 million
32Cross InternationalInternational Needs$440 million
33Make-A-Wish Foundation of AmericaYouth$434 million
34Patient Access Network FoundationHealth$434 million
35Shriners Hospitals for ChildrenMedical$432 million
36Catholic Medical Mission BoardInternational Needs$427 million
37Entertainment Industry FoundationHealth$425 million
38Save the Children FederationInternational Needs$424 million
39CARE USAInternational Needs$421 million
40Doctors Without Borders USAInternational Needs$418 million
41Leukemia & Lymphoma SocietyHealth$388 million
42Heart to Heart InternationalDomestic Needs$378 million
43The Assistance FundHealth$371 million
44Wounded Warrior ProjectDomestic Needs$362 million
45Christian Broadcasting Network & Operation BlessingReligious$351 million
46Alzheimer's AssociationHealth$349 million
47Rotary Foundation of Rotary InternationalInternational Needs$340 million
48International Rescue CommitteeInternational Needs$324 million
49American Kidney FundHealth$321 million
50Good 360International Needs$320 million

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