I've worked in charities of differing sizes and different incomes. I haven't, hand on heart, seen much in the way of waste. So why do we give charities such a hard time for spending money on 'administration'? It's worth looking at what administration actually is.
To every American citizen that reads this article on Huffington Post and beyond, I just want to plant this thought. $7 billion is currently being spent on nothing more than hot air.
Big players in the insurance market Halifax, Lloyds and PetGuard have pulled out of their pet policies that offered 'Cover For Life', basically signing a death warrant for many loved family pets as owners struggle to pay ongoing vet bills or are left with now uninsurable pets