A lot of money is coming from the Martin Charitable Foundation.
The charity raised $5.4 million in the 2017-2018 fiscal year, more than any other charitable foundation in the United States, according to the Federal Election Commission.
The Martin Charitability Foundation’s latest fiscal year report shows the foundation’s 2017-18 total raised $3.1 million, including donations from companies and foundations that donate to the charity.
The foundation also received $5,000 from a new donor, which the foundation said was a small-dollar gift that is not part of the charitable giving process.
For 2017-19, the foundation received $4,800 from a company called Red Bull and $4.1 from a foundation called the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which are both nonprofits.
The Robert Wood, Jr. Foundation is not listed as a charity on the foundation website.
The foundation reported a total of $3,037,837 in total contributions during the fiscal year.
The next largest donation came from a group called the American Council for Capital Formation, which received $500,000, which was part of a larger $1.4 billion donation from the billionaire Koch brothers.
The American Council is also the largest corporate donor to the foundation, raising $1 million last year.
While most of the money has been given to the charitable foundation, some of the donations have also gone to non-profits, including the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Education Association, the Council for National Policy and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Martin Charitable has been a major contributor to both Democratic and Republican candidates for president in recent years.
In 2016, the Martin Family Foundation donated $1,000 to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.