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The graphs illustrate how a USA children's charity consumed and received money during the entire period.
As clearly seen from the first pie chart, the charity made most of their revenue from donated food, accounting for 86.6% of all. Community contributions and program revenue also brought the income to the charty. The figures are 10.4% and 2.2%, respectively. Although program revenue was the third highest revenue, the charity spent most of their money on program services, with the percentage reaching a high of 95.8%.
On the other hand, the percentage of three other categories except for donated food, community contributions and program revenue were less that 1% of their income. Those were investment income, government grants and other income (0.2%, 0.2% and 0,4%, respectively). However, 2.6% of their expenditure was used to fundraising and 1.6% of that was used to management and general. The total amount of income was $ 53,561,580, which can cover the total amount of spending $ 53,224,896.
Overall, it is clear that the majority of their income came from donated food, and they consumed most of their money for improving program services over a year in USA.