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  1. henry johnson
    henry johnson at |

    You forgot the biggest, the Clinton Foundation.

  2. larry mcdonald
    larry mcdonald at |

    These are just the obvious ones. Even most ‘legit’ charities only spend a few cents on the dollar to benefit those that need it. Want to help, find someone in need and help them directly.

  3. Dennis W Smith
    Dennis W Smith at |

    I would say Obama’s organization,Acorn,is the worst by far.

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  5. Vickie Johnson
    Vickie Johnson at |

    Can you tell me if the Worldcause Foundation is a ligitmate company. And is the 2012 Outdoor Adventure Dream Giveway and ligitmate Raffle.

    1. Bill
      Bill at |


      Yes WorldCause Foundation is legitimate and if you visit their website and click on the news and press section you can see the news releases on how they awarded numerous grants as a result of the Mustang Giveaway Sweepstakes

  6. bryan
    bryan at |

    The poor response to hurricane katrina was not the fault of the federal governtment. As much as i hate the fed gov’t, the botched response was the fault of mayor “chocolate city” nagin and governor kathleen “bumblin” blanco. Had these two nitwits pulled their heads out of their butts and turned over the response to the feds early on a lot of these problems could have been avoided. Or maybe if people had left when told a hurricane was coming? This storm emphasized what happens when a segment of the population relies soley on the government for everything; no sense of self-reliance. Seems odd that hurricane rita caused no looting and no massive after problems when it struck months after katrina and actually affected more people, of course these were people who relied on theirselves and not on the government.

  7. LUKE
    LUKE at |

    the reiligious ones need to be invistagated as well and charaties ones that give themselves huge salaries

  8. jo oliver
    jo oliver at |

    I know it is horrible to scam people anytime, but especially by taking advantage of such horrible events. I am a Hurricane Katrina victim and the scams about roofing, FEMA, etc… was just unreal.

  9. Cam
    Cam at |

    How did The Human Fund not get mentioned?

  10. Zack
    Zack at |

    You have to be a real scummy person scam people under the banner of charity.

    1. Sharon
      Sharon at |

      I agree Zack. I stopped being friends with a best girlfriend who got rich off of donations to Cystic Fibrosis and a Missing Children’s Entity. I told her I didn’t like the way she made her money. She and her husband got rich complete with newly built home and a beach house. I saw money poured out all over a bedroom floor ready for rolling years ago. They would put out container cups to collect in restaurants, stores, etc. When I asked how much money the charity would get, I was told “10 percent”. I was shocked and it really just made me sick to my stomach.

  11. Paul Harris
    Paul Harris at |

    Thank you for bringing these to light. I wonder too sometimes where the money to certain religious organizations besides Scientology ends up, when the leaders live in mansions instead of how Christ would have truly intended.

    As a California tourist trapped in the Superdome your coverage of Katrina was right on! To those who gave to legitimate organizations and who continue to volunteer to rebuild the Gulf area, you are "Saints"! 😉

    Paul Harris

    Author, "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina"

  12. Lou
    Lou at |

    I see ACORN like like I see a lot of unions these days: I'm glad they're there, but the desperately need to clean house.


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