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After reading about the astronimical salaries at big charity
Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:18pm

institutions, I am loathe to give them a nickel.

Boss Non-Profit Compensation
Kenneth L. Davis, President and CEO Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai 1,599,911
Deborah Borda, President and CEO Los Angeles Philharmonic 1,676,531
Reynold Levy, President Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts 1,725,493
Harry Johns, President and CEO Alzheimer's Association 2,731,016
Robert J. Zimmer, President University of Chicago 2,756,471
Joseph E. Aoun, President Northeastern University 2,914,488
John S. Ruskay, Executive Vice President and CEO United Jewish Appeal - Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, Inc. 3,151,000
John L. Miller, President and CEO Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin 3,206,088
Ted A. Beattie, President and CEO Shedd Aquarium 3,394,434
Robert W. Stone President/CEO City of Hope 1,765,025
Edward J. Benz, Jr., M.D. President/CEO Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 1,539,789
Nancy Brown CEO American Heart Association 1,443,427
John R. Seffrin Past CEO American Cancer Society 1,404,269
Wayne Brock Past Chief Scout Executive Boy Scouts of America (National Office) 1,351,724
Yitzhak Gershon Past National Director/CEO Friends of the Israel Defense Forces 1,282,949
Rupert W. Scofield President/CEO FINCA International 1,281,285
Cristian Samper President/CEO Wildlife Conservation Society 1,190,755
Jonathan W. Simons, M.D. President/CEO Prostate Cancer Foundation 1,182,091
Brian Gallagher President/CEO United Way Worldwide 1,166,454
James W. DeMint President Heritage Foundation 1,132,367
Larry Hausner Past CEO American Diabetes Association 1,125,689
Robert J. Beall Past President/CEO Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 1,100,581
Arthur Brooks President American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research 1,075,493
Harry Johns President/CEO Alzheimer's Association (National Office) 1,062,149
James R. Downing President/CEO St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 1,042,217
Craig B. Thompson, M.D. President/CEO Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 2,925,426

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  • OK, Big Spenders, Get Out Your Wallets ...Mondo Fuego™, Tue Aug 29 2:07pm
    ... and make a contribution to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund: Be sure to select "Hurricane Harvey". You can ... more
    • After reading about the astronimical salaries at big charity — DFM, Tue Aug 29 4:18pm
      • Exactly my sentiments!Contrarian, Wed Aug 30 5:16am
        And missing is the Salvation Army, as in "salvage."
      • Would be niceEdmund, Tue Aug 29 8:37pm
        if after doing your damnedest to discourage others from giving, you had considered the following (and subsequently expanded your post beyond the "dead-end" content that you did post): If at first you ... more
        • than money funnels into the pockets of the officers. I agree that LOCAL groups are where the money should go. DFM
          • Are you?Edmund, Wed Aug 30 5:56am
            Take the following, "#9" on the "These 9 Nonprofit Executives Made Over $1-Million" list shown on your second-linked article. #9. Kenneth L. Davis, President and CEO Nonprofit: Icahn School of... more
        • ... and gave to the American Red Cross Harvey Relief Fund. Put your money where your mouth is.
          • ... offered from your position of abject ignorance, but I chose instead to contribute directly toward the local purchase of goods that an unpaid friend-of-a-friend volunteer will be personally... more
          • Would be MUCH nicer ...Edmund, Tue Aug 29 9:38pm
            ... if only you were the asshole to my face that you are on this board. By the way, the adults here can decide for themselves to whom, if anyone, they wish to give absent the benefit of your... more
            • There are charities on the localTrish, Wed Aug 30 4:12am
              level that can focus their resources on their locality. There are several websites that will give you a report on the charity's spending practices. I always tell people to research before opening... more
            • Is that a threat, wimp-o?Mondo Fuego, Tue Aug 29 10:55pm
              Pathetic. Hiding behind your chiclet keyboard. LMAO@U Now, trot along and change your Depends. Yay, Stanford! Sis Boom Zee!
              • Certainly not to me, fat old man. (nm)Edmund, Tue Aug 29 11:10pm
                • 6'1" 195 lbs ain't zackly "fat" ...Mondo Fuego, Wed Aug 30 9:21am
                  ... turd breath. I am not "old" either ... I am "chronologically enhanced". I thought you didn't respond to my posts. Just shows that I own you. LOL
                  • Neither is 7'2' 140 lbs, fat old man.Edmund, Wed Aug 30 11:03am
                    If you could read at a 3rd grade level you would know that "so far as this exchange is concerned, you are hereby disenabled, troll" in the thread down the page refers to an exchange other than this... more
                    • They are the clearest possible example of the maxim: Source: DFM
                      • Why am I not surprisedEdmund, Thu Aug 31 11:46am
                        that you raise not a word of protest regarding the personal calumnies spewed by the MoFo? BTW, cute saying, but it's very very easy to combine logical argument and insult in a single post, and I've... more
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