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Which charities have donated more in 2017 than last year?

We’ve highlighted the top charities in 2017, giving you the latest news on the charities your charity supports.

This year, the top four charities donated an average of $10.6 million to charity, which is up 2.7% on the year before.

However, the average donation from each of the top five charities was just $2.6m, meaning they were less generous than the average American in 2017.

Here are the top 50 charities by average donations in 2017: The Giving Pledge The Giving Promise: The United States is ranked fourth in the world for giving to charities.

However it is the fourth highest recipient, giving just $7.4 million.

In 2016, it was the fifth largest donor.

In 2017, it dropped to third place, giving $4.4m.

The Giving Hope: The UK is ranked third in the country for giving.

However the charity was ranked first in the UK for giving in 2017 and was ranked the highest in the US for giving of $4m in 2017 at $11.9m.

In fact, it is worth noting that the UK is also the fifth highest recipient of US charities in total donations with $22.9 million.

The Enduring Promise: Ireland is ranked fifth in the EU for giving, with a generous $7 million.

However in 2017 it was ranked only eighth in the countries giving to charity.

In the US, Ireland was ranked 12th, with $2 million donated.

The Good Shepherd: The US is ranked the fourth richest nation in the OECD for giving $2 billion.

However this is down from the fourth place position in 2017 with $15.9 billion.

The United Kingdom is ranked number two with $734 million.

Oxfam America: The U.S. is ranked ninth in the list of the most charitable countries in the U.K., with $8.4 billion.

In 2018, it overtook the U of Ireland as the most generous country.

However Oxfam Canada ranked third with $1.8 billion.

A charity you might not know about: The Great Barrier Reef Fund: The Reef Fund was established in 2007 to raise awareness about the health and environmental impact of coral bleaching.

However donations to the fund decreased from $4 billion in 2017 to $2,936 million in 2018.

The Fund’s annual contribution dropped to $1 billion in 2018 and the total amount raised has dropped to just $4 million in 2019.

The charity is still ranked third among U.N. charities in its contribution to the global coral bleached corals.

The Great Rescue Mission: The Red Cross has donated more than $20 billion since it was established, which was $4,300 million more than in 2017 but less than the $4 trillion it spent in total.

The World Wildlife Fund is also on the list, with donations from $6,300.

The American Red Cross donated $1,000 million, the largest amount in 2017 from any U. S. charity.

The Salvation Army was the next largest contributor, donating $1 million.

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