## Graph Writing # 140 - Money that a children's charity in the USA spent and received

### The pie chart shows the amount of money that a children's charity located in the USA spent and received in one year.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

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The pie charts show the revenue sources as well as the expenditures for a year of a children charity organization based in the USA. Overall, donated food was the main source of fund of this charity organization whereas they spent most of their money on different program services.

According to the illustration, this charity organization earned exactly \$53, 561,580 in this year and used up \$53,224,896. Their saving in this year was just over 330,000 dollars.

The highest supply for the charity came as donated food which was more than 86% of the total earning. One-tenth of their trust was received from community contribution and the remaining 3% account was managed through program revenue, investment income, government grants and other income.

On the contrary, they exhausted more than 95% of the fund for program services and 2.6% for fundraising. Just over 1.5% of their expenditure was made for management and general purposes.

The given pie charts illustrate how a children's charity in the USA collected and used its money in a year. The first chart is categorized into 6 different revenue sources and the second one is divided into 3 purposes of expenditures.

Overall, it can be seen that the foundation obtained the largest portion of its money from the donated food. On the other hand, it spent most of its money on the program services.

To begin with, 86.6 per cent of revenue for this children's charity came from donated food in a year, which is over eight times as much as contributions from the community (10.4%). These two sources accounted for exactly 97 per cent of the total income. Additionally, more than two per cent income was provided by the program revenue. Finally, the government grants and other income were almost unnoticeable, less than 0.5 per cent.

At the same time, the charity had to spend almost 96% on its program services. Regarding the remaining 4.2 per cent of expenditures, 2.6% was for fundraising and the rest was spent for management and general purposes. It is worth noticing that the total amount of income was \$53,561,580, which was just enough to cover the expenditures of \$53,224,896. At the end of the year, the charity had a saving of just over 330 thousand dollars.

[Written by - Nguyen Thuong Vu]

The pie charts depict income and expenditure in a year by an American charity organization for children. Overall, the children's charity had exactly six sources of funds and among them, the ultimate source was food donation whereas they spent their money in three sectors and program services cost them the highest percentage of money.

While the charity largely spent money on the program service and it was precisely 95.8%, they vastly got their funds as donated food and it bought 86.6% of their yearly earnings. The second large income source was the community contribution, which was one-tenth; however, the second maximum cost was for the fundraising and it was 2.6% of the total cost.

Moreover, there were four other sources of revenue for this organization - program revenue (2.2%), investment income (0.2%), government grants (0.2%), and other income(0.4%). On the other hand, management and general cost accounted for 1.6% of the total budget and it was the lowest expenditure made by the charity. Furthermore, the total receiving fund was \$53, 561,580 in a year and the total cost was \$53,224,896 which shows just over 330,000 saving for the charity this year.

[Written by - Alomgir Rahman]

Yamuna
The two pie charts illustrate the revenue earning and the expenses over a year in a children's charity which is located in the USA.

Overall, this children's charity in the USA received income from six sectors. Among them, a huge income was received from donated foods. On the contrary, the highest expenses went on program services.

Now turning back to details, the first pie chart shows the charity's income from six different sources. Most of the income was received from donated food which was 86.6% of the total. It was followed by community contribution (just over 10%), and then program revenue that contributed to just 2.2% of income for the charity over a year. The least income source for the charity was government grants and investment income which was just 0.2% of the total income.

The second graph shows how the charity did expense their money. It is worth noticing that the children's charity organisation spent most of its income on program services which was more than 95%. It was followed by fund-raising activities which demanded 2.6%, and the least proportion of the money was devoted to management and general reason which was 1.6%.

Satnam