Ray Dart's retirement fund.
Forgotten cats ,
SPCA , wounded warriors.
Either would be great
Doctors Without Borders.
St. Jude Hospital. I donate each month.
At this point in my life, I'm not sure who I would give it to, but I know who I wouldn't. The ASPCA, and groups like PITA, they seem to do a lot of good in areas, but they have become nearly anti-human.
Unfortunately, from what I'm hearing many of the top charities are becoming bad, meaning they're using the majority of donated money for their own purposes, so very little get to the actual cause and this includes the Red Cross recently - so it's really hard to tell who to donate to anymore without worry. Wounded Warriors, Ray Dart Foundation are good ones - but the latter may be a little shady. LOL
St. Vincent DePaul.
They help feed and cloth the homeless
Feed poverty struck families
Organize charity events for children and families
Furnish and restructure homes for the poor.
I volunteer there sometimes and I can see where the money goes and how it makes a difference. Btw they are nation wide.
Our local food pantry.
Cancer research I guess..
SPCA because humans can ask for help but animals can not!
Back when I worked for a division of Merck, I received a bonus every other year, and donated all of it to 5 charities: The Lupus Foundation, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, The Heuga Institute, Doctors w/o Borders. These days you really need to investigate the charity before donating.
That's a pretty good question! I personally would donate the funds to the One Drop foundation. It's an initiative of Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte, the foundation's mission is to fight poverty worldwide by supporting access to water and raising individual and community awareness of the need to mobilize so that safe water is accessible to everyone.