ESPN Cricket is one of the most famous charities in the world.
Every year, millions of people donate millions of dollars in support of its work.
But the charity is also a target for criticism from critics and sceptics alike.
The most popular charity is, of course, the Gates Foundation, which is widely criticised for giving money to companies that cause unnecessary suffering, and has a reputation for using money to benefit people who have the least resources to do so.
The latest charity to come under scrutiny is the World Health Organisation (WHO), which has come under fire for the amount of money it has spent on research, healthcare and other charitable initiatives, but its charitable status has also been questioned by some scientists.
We’ve collected the top charities that donate the most to charity, with the numbers in brackets.
#5: Doctors Without Borders source ESPN Stats & Info title WHO: The biggest charities of all time?
source ESPNCricInfo title Doctors Without Bids article The charity Doctors Without Border has been the subject of criticism for its poor record of fighting Ebola and the fact that it has been given millions of euros by a wealthy donor to fund research.
Its funding has also come at a cost, as the charity has been criticised for not spending enough on its healthcare operations.
But as well as being criticised, some scientists also have questioned the charity’s record on climate change and the impact of vaccinations.
It’s the sixth charity to be ranked, with a total of 6,500 donors.
#4: Oxfam America source ESPNstats&info title Oxfam: The most influential global charity?
source The World Bank is a major player in international aid, and its work is vital to the survival of many people.
But in recent years, Oxfam has been criticized for the way it deals with environmental issues, and in particular for its role in trying to protect the environment in the developing world.
In recent years the organisation has also received criticism for using the World Food Programme (WFP) funds for “greenwashing” its work in developing countries.
The organisation’s donations have been criticised by other groups as well.
Last year Oxfam received criticism after it gave millions of Euros to a company in the US that was linked to a notorious human rights abuser.
#3: World Vision Australia source ESPNStats&info headline Australia: Top charities, ranked by donors article The World Vision Foundation is the world’s largest humanitarian organisation.
Its work includes providing healthcare and social services to many people in the poorest parts of the world, including those who live in refugee camps.
But it has also faced criticism for the impact it has had on the environment and other issues.
In 2017, it was criticised for a move to fund “green” projects in Africa, which were largely funded by WFP.
Last month, the charity was criticised after it decided to give £15 million to a business that had received support from WFP and had failed to use its money for sustainable development.
#2: The Salvation Army Source ESPNCricket: Top charity, ranked in the top 50 charities article The Salvation Church is the largest Christian charity in the United States, and it’s also a huge money-spinner.
Its mission is to “provide compassionate and loving services for all”.
This year, the organisation was criticised by many for giving over £4 billion to charities, mainly to fund programs in the Middle East.
The charity’s work has also seen criticism for not having a clear focus on its environment and humanitarian work.
The Salvation Force is ranked fifth on the list, but it has faced criticism recently for its work on environmental issues.
#1: Doctors without Borders Source ESPN Stats&info: Top ten charities in world source ESPN stats &info: Charity ranked in top 100 charities article Doctors Without Boundaries has received criticism recently after it raised concerns about the effectiveness of its vaccines.
The global organisation has spent millions of pounds on vaccination programmes, and is now facing criticism for their use of WFP funds.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has criticised the organisation for using its WFP funding to fund programmes that have not been effective.
Last week, the World Development Committee (WDC) said that the organisation’s funding was “not adequate to meet the needs of those who need it most”.
#Last updated on: November 23, 2018