In 2017, the U.S. ranked No. 2 for the number of charitable institutions.
This was up from No. 1 in 2016 and up from number four in 2015.
This is a big jump from 2016, when the U,S.
was ranked No, 23 out of the 188 countries surveyed.
The U.K. was the next most charitable country in 2017, with an average of 5.6 institutions.
The average for the U-S.
The highest percentage of institutions are in the Northeast, which is a good thing because the Northeast is home to many institutions that need funds.
This region has also been a big beneficiary of the new federal tax credit for charitable organizations.
It’s a tax break that’s given to nonprofit organizations that don’t have any income.
In 2017 alone, the average for nonprofit organizations in the U.-S.
averaged $25 million in revenue.
This would rank No. 20 in 2017 for charitable institutions, according to the State of Charities in 2017.
However, this was down from No 1 in 2015 and the same as last year.
There were about 3,400 nonprofits in the country, according the State.
That’s about the same number as in 2016.
This year’s number of nonprofits is higher than in 2016, but the number is still lower than it was in 2014.
It should also be noted that the number was higher in 2016 than in 2013, but this was because more people were participating in the charity lottery.
The State has a website that tracks the state of charities in the United States.
It also has an interactive tool that lets you check out data from the nonprofit organization and see the organization’s income, expenses, assets and liabilities.
Charity institutions and organizations are very important to the United State’s economy.
They pay taxes, provide jobs and support our economy.
The charities we rely on to fund our society are a part of our economy and our nation’s fabric.
The more we give to these groups, the more we are able to benefit from our economy, our communities and our society.
This chart shows how the U.,S.
ranks in charitable institutions per capita for the first time in 2017: The top 20 percent of the nation’s charitable institutions are concentrated in the northeast and the Southwest, where the largest number of organizations are located.
The other groups are in central, eastern and southern states.
In general, the most charitable organizations in these states are located in the Southwest and northeast.
This means that the more people that are living in these areas, the greater the chance that these groups are able, or willing, to pay taxes.
The number of nonprofit organizations has dropped from its peak of 7.1 million in 2015, but it is still higher than the number in 2013.
This trend continued throughout 2017, although the numbers of organizations in 2017 are higher than those in 2012 and 2013.
The top 5 percent of organizations with the largest percentage of charitable contributions are the U of M, Vanderbilt University, the University of California, Berkeley and the University, of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The five largest donors are the George Soros Foundations, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the American Cancer Society and the Howard Buffett Foundation.
This list includes institutions with more than 1,500 employees.
The University of Michigan was the most generous donor in 2017 with $8.4 billion, followed by the University at Buffalo, the Ohio State University and the Duke University School of Medicine.
This total of $8 billion comes in behind only the George W. Bush Institute for Advanced Studies and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The National Institutes of Health was next with $7.8 billion.
The next most generous donors in 2017 were the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the National Endowment of the Arts and the John Templeton Foundation.
Other large donors that contributed in 2017 included the Ford Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Carnegie Endowments for Peace, The Ford Foundation and the American Institutes for Peace.
The following charities have more than 10 employees: the University College London, the World Health Organization, The Howard Hughes Foundation, Ford Foundation-led Carnegie Endowed Charitable Trust and the Institute for Humane Studies.
Charity status The U-M, Vanderbilt and UC Berkeley have the highest percentage in terms of charitable status with over 1,000 institutions in each state.
This does not include nonprofit institutions in Washington, D.C., which has fewer than 500 organizations, or in New York City, which has only 250.
The second most charitable status is in New Jersey, which had a total of about 800 nonprofits.
The most generous status was in Alabama with just under 600 organizations.
The third most generous, which includes the Carnegie, the Ford and the Endowment Foundations was in Texas with more then 1,100 organizations.
About a third of the states have less than one-tenth of one percent of their charitable institutions in