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Posts tagged ‘Save the Children’

28
Dec

Where Does $100 to Save The Children Go (2018)?

The Save the Children Fund is one of the most recognizable charitable organizations in the world. Established more than a hundred years ago in 1919, the organization is legally known as Save the Children Federation, Inc. in the United States, but is often simply referred to as “Save the Children.”

On the Save the Children website (www.savethechildren.org), the organization reports that “86% of all expenditures went to program services” with the key word being “expenditures.”  Expenses are normally analyzed as a percentage of revenue, not as a percentage of total expenditures because both parts of the equation – revenue and expenses – are important to understand how an organization is operating. Without revenue, it doesn’t matter how much of an organization’s expenditures were spent in a single category.  Both sides of the equation have to be considered.  In addition, most people want to know how their charitable contribution (which is revenue) was spent. In order to know this, an analysis has to include the revenue collected and the revenue spent. Read more »

18
Nov

Fundraising at Save the Children

Fundraising is a major function at most non-profits including the Save the Children organization in the US, which is legally known as Save the Children Federation, Inc. (referred to as Save the Children in this post). Based in Fairfield, Connecticut, Save the Children raised $760 million in 2017 and spent $720 million, $528 million (or 69% of revenue) of which was awarded in grants overseas, including grants to related organizations. Read more »

16
Nov

Where Does $100 to Save the Children Go?

The Save the Children Fund is one of the most recognizable charitable organizations in the world. Established nearly a hundred years ago in 1919, the organization is legally known as Save the Children Federation, Inc. in the United States, but is often simply referred to as “Save the Children.” Read more »

14
Nov

Executive Compensation at Save the Children

Save the Children – the Fairfield, Connecticut-based non-profit in the US – is formally known as Save The Children Federation, Inc. and is part of the Save the Children Alliance (a group of 30 Save the Children groups throughout the world that also support Save the Children International).  Established in 1932, Save the Children is a 501 (c) (3) and one of the most well-known charities in the world. Read more »