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looking for a list that RATES CHARITIES.....

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by sharky, Dec 5, 2001.

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  1. sharky

    sharky It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    I am looking for a rating of charities according to how much donated dollars actually go to the charities' causes. i am especially interested with the charity group:SHINERS.

    i thought there was a consumer reporting of the above a couple of years.

    thanks friends, sharky
     
  2. dunster

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    geeez, do you maybe mean "Shriners", u know, the guys w/ the funny hats and little cars?.."Shiners" sounds like a black eye convention...actually the shriners are great- free hospital care for children w/ burns..:D
     
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  4. sharky

    sharky It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    hewee: thanks,the sites were useful although i am seaching for a rating.


    dunster:there was no hositility in my request. iam not on a witch hunt,just objectivity. the united way helps children too but that did not stop multiple united way adminstators from different decades,from being convicted of stealing and living in luxury from donated money.


    i did find this site from google which might be what i'm looking for

    http://charityguide.org/charity/external_frameset.htm?http://charitywatch.org/criteria.html
     
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