The Breast Cancer Research Foundation aims to achieve prevention and find a cure for what is currently the second leading cause of cancer death in women. The BCRF is the only breast cancer organization with an A+ rating from Charity Watch and prides itself on being fiscally responsible - they are able to donate $0.91/$1.00 directly to research.
The Alzheimer's Association is the largest donor-supported, voluntary health organization for Alzheimer's, as well as one of Forbes' Top 200 Largest U.S. Charities. The Alzheimer's Association uses 73% of funds for alzheimer care, support, research, awareness, and advocacy.
Operation Homefront is a national nonprofit that leads more than 4,500 volunteers with nationwide presence, and has supported more than 590,000 military families since its inception in 2002. Operation Homefront has earned the four-star rating by watchdog Charity Navigator for six years in a row. Nationally, 94% of the total revenue donated to Operation Homefront goes directly to assist service members.
The Autism Research Institute has worked for the past 44 years against this disorder that is rapdily increasing in diagnoses. The Autism Research Institution sponsors events in order to fund research efforts. Over the past years, $1.5 million has been granted to various researchers.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation works to research Type 1 Diabetes in hopes to cure, treat, and prevent this disease. The foundation uses 80% of revenue to support diabetes research and research-related education. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has been hosts to many events in an effort to raise support.
RED, an internationally recognized organization, has allocated 100% of all $200 million donated to the Global Fund HIV and Aids grants in Africa.
Prevent Child Abuse America is America's leading organization since 1972, working to prevent child abuse and neglect. With 48 chapters across the country, they have made great strides to ensure each child grows up in a safe home.
The National MS Society has a 50-state network of chapters, and is dedicated to finding a cure for muptilpe sclerosis. Through their various efforts, the National MS Society has been able to fund research for prevention, treatment, and cure.
The United Cerebral Palsy Foundation was founded over 60 years ago and strives to help more than 176,000 children and adults everyday. The foundation's goal is to advance the independence of those affected by cerebral palsy, while supporting their right to inclusion.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation was was founded in 1993 and is dedicated to funding advances in prostate cancer research. Through generous contributions from donors, PCF has funded more than 1,500 programs at nearly 200 research centers in 12 countries.