Richard Nisley

A-Rated Charities
History - World Released - Dec 10, 2015

The following is from a list of the 50 largest US charities (ranked by total income) for 2015 that was recently published in the Christian Science Monitor. The ones I’ve listed are A-rated and categorized as “Relief/development.” An A-rating means at least 87 cents of every dollar donated is spent on the program they’ve targeted as in need. Two of the charities (US Fund for UNICEF and the International Rescue Committee) are heavily involved with the Syrian Refugee Crisis.

Goodwill Industries

American Red Cross

Catholic Relief Services

Save the Children
(not to be confused with Feed the Children, which received a D)

US Fund for UNICEF

International Rescue Committee

Doctors Without Borders


Samaritan Purse

Direct Relief

Compassion International

Catholic Medical Mission Board

I hope this is helpful during this season of giving, and throughout the year. We also donate to Amnesty International.


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