The four senators said they were concerned that the chief executive of a charity that has been closing local clubs for lack of funding was compensated nearly $1 million in 2008. They also questioned why in the same year officials spent $4.3 million on travel, $1.6 million on conferences, conventions and meetings, and $544,000 in lobbying fees.
The issues they raise could threaten the reputation of a popular charity that supports
I think the senators have a point here. If this executive makes that much, how many junior executives make half that? How many make a quarter of that? The tip of the iceberg is the CEO. That's why I try to investigate all the charities I give money to.