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CHARITY INFORMATION
Town                                  Westport
Founded                               1932
Report Year                           2010
Principal Officer                     Charles F. MacCormack
Website                               www.savethechildren.org


MISSION                               "International nonprofit children's relief
                                      and development organization whose
                                      mission is to create real and lasting
                                      change in the lives of children in need."


MAJOR PROGRAMS                        Directly reached 37 million children and
                                      22 million adults around the world, with
                                      programs that provided aid during natural
                                      disasters and other crises, as well as
                                      programs geared toward education,
                                      health and eradicating poverty.


REVENUE/EXPENSES
Contributions and Grants                                             $529,965,504
Total Revenue                                                        $541,850,058

Total Expenses                                                       $516,090,817
 Program Expenses                                                    $468,469,661
 Management Expenses                                                  $22,941,185
 Fundraising Expenses                                                 $24,679,971

Annual Surplus/Deficit                                                $25,759,241
Net Assets                                                           $179,235,295


                           5%
                      4%


                                                  Program Expenses
                                                  Management Expenses
                                                  Fundraising Expenses


                                91%




HIGHEST-PAID EMPLOYEES/VENDORS
Employees                                                 Total Compensation
Charles F. MacCormack, fmr. president and chief executive officer $458,174
Carolyn Miles, president and chief executive officer (eff. 09/11)   $321,082
Rick Stoner, chief operating officer                                $308,579
Mark Shriver, senior vice president                                 $292,049
Anne-Marie Grey, vice president                                     $280,791

Vendors
Grassroot Campaign, Denver, Colo.; fundraising                           $4,175,734
Public Outreach, Vancouver, B.C.; fundraising consultant                 $1,389,035
The Advertising Council, New York, N.Y.; advertising                      $946,283
KPMG, Dallas, Texas.; auditors                                             $622,700
Lakewood Church, Houston, Texas; outreach support                          $560,000


CONFLICTS/ISSUES                      Save the Children paid more than
                                      $550,000 for software and database
                                      management services to a company on
                                      which the charity's chief operating officer
                                      serves as a paid member of the board of
                                      directors. The charity said the COO
                                      donated her board salary of $153,875,
                                      less taxes, to Save the Children, and had
                                      no role in the selection of the firm.
                                      Save The Children’s contracts with its
                                      two largest fundraisers resulted net
                                      losses for the charity, but officials said
                                      the work will lead to incremental
                                      increases in donations in future years.


RATINGS
Charity Navigator
American Institute of Philanthropy    A
Better Business Bureau                Meets 20 of 20 standards

				
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