Thinking differently about profit-nonprofit compensation
Morality does not equal frugality.
Who cares if the bake sale has low overhead if it's tiny?
Only 2% of US GDP goes to charitable giving, but 80% of that goes to religion, higher ed, and hospitals - leaving a tiny fraction for health and human service causes. (60 billion total)
Our generation does not want its epitaph to read, "We kept charity overhead low." (Wouldn't we rather have it read, "We significantly increased the percentage of GDP given to charity?")
Ask about the scale of a charitable organization's dreams!