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December 25, 2007
Forbes Lists 200 Largest U.S. Charities
Recently Forbes magazine released its list of the 200 largest U.S. Charities. What's interesting about this list is that the reader can rank charities by "fundraising efficiency," defined as the percent of private support remaining after fundraising expenses, "charitable commitment," defined as the amount of charitable services as a percent of total expenses, "donor dependency" defined as the percent of private support remaining after surplus, as well as net assets and total private support.
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