Charities Donate to Their CEOs

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When you hear the words, ‘non-profit’ you often think of low-paid workers or even volunteers: people in it for the love, not for the money. But there are charities that contribute big to their bosses.

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  • Edin

    I think CEO and Administrative salaries should be regulated by the government. You should not be in that line of business if you are in it for the money! It feels terrible knowing that if I donate to any of those charities, my money will be going into some rich bastard's wallet.

  • Edin

    I think CEO and Administrative salaries should be regulated by the government. You should not be in that line of business if you are in it for the money! It feels terrible knowing that if I donate to any of those charities, my money will be going into some rich bastard's wallet.