November 23, 2012
Any 'charity' that spends boatloads of donated funds on expensive TV commercials is not to be trusted. Wounded Warrior Project receives low ratings from many Charity rating groups (for example a 'D' rating from Charitywatch.com) because of the low percentage of donated funds that actually make it into programs that benefit the intended recipients. Why does WWP need a multitude of 'board members' that each receive in excess of $200K per year? What real function do they provide besides leaching off donated funds? The same goes for the president/chairman/CEO of the charity. Why should they be making half a million dollars a year all from donated funds? Wounded Warrior Project brushes off low ratings from independent rating organizations by noting that they get a favorable rating from the Better Business Bureau... In case you hadn't heard, the BBB is also nothing but a scam where businesses pay for top ratings. Do yourself a favor and visit the Charitywatch website and donate to worth charities such as Fisher House Foundation
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