The Oregon Department of Justice revealed its annual list of 20 "worst charities" that spend less than 35% of the money they raise on their cause.
The state compiles the list, which is in its fourth year, from the reports submitted by the 18,000 charities registered to raise money in Oregon. Consumer experts warn about giving money to groups that spend the majority of the cash they raise on administrative and fund-raising expenses.
Topping the list are Law Enforcement Education Program, Shiloh International Ministries, and Firefighters Support Foundation.
Read more at OregonLive.com.