As many as 100 charities are battling to get their funds for their programs, with some charities struggling to pay their own bills or even send funds to those who do.
The American Conservative has learned that some of the most popular and well-known charities in the country are under scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service and other government agencies after they were raided by the IRS.
Here are the top 10 charities that the IRS says are under investigation for alleged violations of the tax code:The Center for Effective AltruismThe Center is the oldest and largest nonprofit research and advocacy organization in the U.S. The organization provides resources to people struggling with addiction, mental health, and other mental health issues.
It’s also one of the leading advocates for legalizing marijuana.
The Center has been the subject of several audits in the past and has been hit with an IRS raid in March.
The organization’s legal team has been working with the IRS to recover funds.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleThe National Assn.
for the Adv.
of Coloured People (NAACP) was founded in 1963 and has chapters in every state.
The NAACP has been at the forefront of the civil rights movement and is the largest black civil rights organization in America.
Its members are mostly in the South, but the organization has chapters across the country.
The Rev. Al Sharpton, the Nation of Islam and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are among the leaders of the organization.
A list of the top 100 most-targeted charities by the government agency can be found here.
The IRS is expected to release its final list of tax-exempt organizations in October.
In a statement to The American Conservatives, the IRS said it is “committed to investigating and aggressively pursuing those responsible for tax evasion.”
The agency did not say when the raid happened or how many organizations were under investigation.
It said the agency is also investigating tax fraud by a group of the largest charities.
The IRS said that some groups had already paid the IRS more than $400 million in back taxes and fees, but that it is not aware of any of the charities being raided.
The nonprofit groups have been under scrutiny since the 2012 raid on the Center for American Progress.
The group, which has since been renamed the Center, has also been under investigation by the Justice Department and the IRS for allegedly failing to pay taxes.
The group has not been charged with any crimes.
The Justice Department also announced last year that it was seeking criminal charges against the Center’s leadership.
A spokeswoman for the IRS declined to comment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.