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The information supplied is about the founds inverted and received by a charity organisation situated in USA in 2006. At first glance, is demonstrated that the finance is provided by donated food and the outputs goes to programe services
Generally speaking, in terms of profits, the charity has a variety of sources as the community contributions with a 10. 4% and the rest makes a total of 4%
Moreover, the money spent by the organisation is destinated in a homogeneous way, is showed that apart form program services, fundraising and management makes a little percentage of the budget
Finally to conclude, a main feature of the pie chart is that the public investment itself plays a residual role in the charity economic development
The information supplied is about the founds inverted and received by a charity
organisation
situated
in USA
in 2006. At
first
glance,
is demonstrated
that the finance
is provided
by donated food and the outputs goes to
programe
services


Generally
speaking, in terms of profits, the charity has a variety of sources as the community contributions with a 10. 4% and the rest
makes
a total of 4%

Moreover
, the money spent by the
organisation
is
destinated
in a homogeneous way
, is
showed
that
apart form
program services, fundraising and management
makes
a
little
percentage of the budget

Finally
to conclude
, a main feature of the pie chart is that the public investment itself plays a residual role in the charity economic development

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