Largest Non-Profit Charities Ranked by Private Donations

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Top 50 Largest U.S. Charities Ranked by Private Donations
RankOrganizationPrivate DonationsTotal Revenue
1United Way$3,926,000,000$4,260,000,000
2Salvation Army$1,885,000,000$4,080,000,000
3Task Force for Global Health$1,660,000,000$1,660,000,000
4Feeding America$1,511,000,000$1,550,000,000
5Catholic Charities USA$1,447,000,000$4,390,000,000
6Goodwill Industries International$949,000,000$4,900,000,000
7Food for the Poor$891,000,000$900,000,000
8American Cancer Society$889,000,000$925,000,000
9The YMCA$827,000,000$6,240,000,000
10World Vision$826,000,000$1,010,000,000
11St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital$802,000,000$972,000,000
12Boys & Girls Clubs of America$699,000,000$1,570,000,000
13American National Red Cross$687,000,000$3,118,000,000
14Habitat for Humanity International$674,000,000$1,492,000,000
15Feed the Children$614,000,000$618,000,000
16Compassion International$596,000,000$599,000,000
17Nature Conservancy$536,000,000$797,000,000
18AmeriCares Foundation$525,000,000$526,000,000
19American Heart Association$511,000,000$618,000,000
20Campus Crusade for Christ$503,000,000$548,000,000
21United States Fund for UNICEF$498,000,000$502,000,000
22Direct Relief$392,000,000$392,000,000
23Mayo Clinic$380,000,000$3,739,000,000
24Lutheran Services in America$373,000,000$20,980,000,000
25Care USA$369,000,000$558,000,000
26Samaritan’s Purse$359,000,000$376,000,000
27Boy Scouts of America$358,000,000$1,063,000,000
28Save the Children Federation$347,000,000$587,000,000
29Kings way Charities$331,000,000$331,000,000
30Susan G. Koren for the Cure$330,000,000$339,000,000
31Step Up for Students$311,000,000$311,000,000
32Planned Parenthood Federation of America$308,000,000$1,198,000,000
33American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee$299,000,000$344,000,000
34Brother’s Brother Foundation$295,000,000$296,000,000
35Population Services International$294,000,000$546,000,000
36Good 360$294,000,000$546,000,000
37Leukemia & Lymphoma Society$283,000,000$293,000,000
38Cross International$282,000,000$282,000,000
39Catholic Relief Services$263,000,000$715,000,000
40Catholic Medical Mission Board$257,000,000$270,000,000
41Operation Blessing International Relief & Development$255,000,000$267,000,000
42Dana-Faber Cancer Institute$253,000,000$1,021,000,000
43Marine Toys for Tots Foundation$247,000,000$249,000,000
44MAP International$241,000,000$244,000,000
45Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center$241,000,000$2,862,000,000
46United Services Organizations$235,000,000$265,000,000
47Make-A-Wish Foundation of America$227,000,000$238,000,000
48Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home$218,000,000$553,000,000
49Teach for America$214,000,000$318,000,000
50Child-fund International$214,000,000$228,000,000
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Sources: Charity’s own accounting, drawn from official filings, its own website.
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 6, 2016

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