Though the non-for-profit organizations do not have profit maximization as a primary objective, the donors generally assume the charity should be as financially self-reliant as possible. This paper aims to analyze ‘value for money’ created by one of the US charities – Americane Humane Association.
American Humane Association (AHA) is classified as organization dealing with animals’ protection and welfare under The National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE). According to its codes, it is engaged in preservation of natural resources, school related activities and disaster aid. Thus its philantropic activity focuses on defending the rights of two vulnerable populations: the society ( Continue reading...