Is Susan G Komen a legitimate charity?

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is a 501(c)(3) organization, with an IRS ruling year of 1992, and deductibiltiy of donations depends on various factors.

What percentage of money goes to Susan G Komen?

Komen’s Fiscal Year 2020 Spending A substantial portion of the budget (36%) goes towards fundraising and administrative costs. The remainding 13% is split between research, treatment, and screening efforts.

What percentage of donations to Salvation Army goes to charity?

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4 United Way 90.6
5 American Red Cross 92.2
6 The Salvation Army 84.0
7 Habitat for Humanity International 83.7

Where is Susan G Komen headquarters?

Dallas, TX
Susan G. Komen for the Cure/Headquarters

What charities donate the highest percentage?

These charities give 99 percent of the money they raise to their…

  • World Medical Relief: 99.20 percent.
  • Feeding Tampa Bay: 99.10 percent.
  • Feeding America’s Hungry Children: 99.10 percent.
  • Caring Voice Coalition: 99.00 percent.
  • Foster Care to Success: 99.00 percent.
  • Good360: 99.00 percent.

Is the Susan G Komen Foundation a good charity?

NEVER donate to this charity. Susan G. Komen doesn’t use its charity money for good, less than 10% of what is raised actually goes towards cancer research and its quite sad. Please research other organization that donate the money and are actively working towards a cure.

Who are the sponsors of Komen for the cure?

This graphic was made by Christina, whose sister Vanessa died of metastatic breast cancer in February 2014 at the age of 32. Hey, guess what, Komen’s corporate sponsor here – Kohl’s – they co-opted the campaign from Metavivor, a small charity which dedicates 100 percent of its money received to funding research. From Metavivor’s blog:

Why do I hate the Komen Breast Cancer Campaign?

But I hate that even when someone with Stage 4 is in a campaign, the wording is still positive and upbeat because heaven forbid, you get angry or upset at your diagnosis. Angry women and men with metastatic breast cancer need not apply.

When did Susan Komen sue for the cure?

Komen has sued smaller charities who use “for the cure.” A June 1, 2011 Star Tribune article reported that Komen sent a cease and desist letter to a small non-profit which raised $30,000 to fight breast cancer.