Via The Atlantic:
Highest Contributions: Miami tops the scale at $5.58 million in donations. Detroit and Denver are next -- $5.41 million and $5.22 million a piece. And what city shows the lowest median numbers, when it comes to giving? Portland, Oregon at $3.26 million.
Largest Markets: New York City is densest with large charitable organizations, at 594 in 2012, with Washington, D.C. not so far behind at 481. Compare those with the lowest end of the spectrum, cities such as Orlando and Indianapolis -- both at 33.
Highest Program Budgets: Some donors like to know what organizations are putting dollars to use on programs, over other kinds of expenses such as staff, the CEO, facilities, and the like. Detroit's charities put the most towards programming: 86 percent, it turns out. A bit to the south, Indianapolis shows the least median program spending: 78 percent in 2012.
Highest-Paid CEOs: And what do directors get paid to sit at the top? A median of $197,792 annually in New York City. Down in Nashville: the median is $104,914 per year...
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