My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, Chicago, IL, USA
This organization seems more committed to building its own empire than to helping Alzheimer's patients. Only 70 cents out of every dollar raised goes to research or to patient/caregiver programs; the rest goes to administration and fundraising expenses. And it's unconscionable that their CEO, Harry Johns, is paid over $550,000 a year. Not exactly a paragon of sacrifice and altruism.
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