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AMP is a PETA Front group passing it’s self off as a Medical Group - -

This was sent to us by the USDA interested personal

Out of their own mouth - -
This is Report is required by law
Many of these Groups are Terriorest Groups

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Important comments under Foundation to Support Animal Protection…


From: Jacquie Calnan - Americans for Medical Progress [mailto:[email protected]] ?Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 1:31 PM
To: Reynnells, Richard?Subject: [BULK] - AMP News - AR Groups: Who Gets the Money? - Corrected Version


2 January 2006
Animal People's Annual "Who Gets The Money" List

In its December 2005 edition, which was just released, the animal rights publication Animal People once again published its annual analysis of IRS reports by key animal rights/animal welfare groups. For those extremist groups involved in campaigns against the use of animals in research, the amount of money raised and budgeted increased in FY2004 in all but a couple of instances.

As you review these numbers, keep in mind that groups such as SHAC, Hugs for Puppies, and the Animal Defense League did not file tax documents for FY 2004, yet were responsible for the most visible attacks against research.
Also for your thoughts, here is how Americans for Medical Progress placed in FY2004 in the categories noted by Animal People. Clearly, the animal rights forces have much more in the way of finances to wage their campaigns. We need your support! Click here to donate to AMP and help us begin the New Year on the right note.
Jacquie/AMP

AMP is a PETA Front group passing it’s self off as a Medical Group - -

This was sent to us by the USDA interested personal

Out of their own mouth - -
This is Report is required by law

Begin forwarded message:
Important comments under Foundation to Support Animal Protection…

From: Jacquie Calnan - Americans for Medical Progress [mailto:[email protected]] ?Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 1:31 PM?To: Richard?Subject: [BULK] - AMP News - AR Groups: Who Gets the Money? - Corrected Version

2 January 2006
Animal People's Annual "Who Gets The Money" List
In its December 2005 edition, which was just released, the animal rights publication Animal People once again published its annual analysis of IRS reports by key animal rights/animal welfare groups. For those extremist groups involved in campaigns against the use of animals in research, the amount of money raised and budgeted increased in FY2004 in all but a couple of instances.
As you review these numbers, keep in mind that groups such as SHAC, Hugs for Puppies, and the Animal Defense League did not file tax documents for FY 2004, yet were responsible for the most visible attacks against research.
Also for your thoughts, here is how Americans for Medical Progress placed in FY2004 in the categories noted by Animal People. Clearly, the animal rights forces have much more in the way of finances to wage their campaigns. We need your support! Click here to donate to AMP and help us begin the New Year on the right note.
Jacquie/AMP

Americans for Medical Progress/AMP
0. raised/earned: $709,680
0. budget: $516,252
0. programs: $416,932
0. overhead: $99,320
0. net assets: $387,973

ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUPS
(figures in parentheses show FY2003/FY2002/FY2001budgets)
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals/PETA
0. raised/earned: $28,072,597
0. budget: $25,063,060 ($16,414,174 /$13,499,614 /$17,668,699)
0. programs: $21,583,096
0. overhead: $3,479,964
0. net assets: $11,479,793

Foundation to Support Animal Protection/FSAP
0. budget: $3,294,816 ($2,192,281 / $2,430,555 / $2,610,200)
0. programs: $30,926
0. overhead: $3,263,890
0. net assets: $18,543,022

(Note that PETA was apparently the sole beneficiary of FSAP in FY2004. Animal People has consistently noted that FSAP serves as a place for PETA to locate some of its fundraising and management costs. From Animal People: "Attributing those costs to FSAP has the effect of concealing the true extent and nature of PETA spending and assets. If FSAP and PETA were seen as a single fundraising unit, they raised $31 million, spent $28.4 million; spent $18.6 million on programs; and their overhead expense came to $8.8 million, 31% of the budget. Their total assets were $30 million, 60% held by FSAP including 57% of the cash and securities. Their combined payroll was $6.1 million, of which FSAP paid $1.8 million - 29%." )

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine/PCRM
0. raised/earned: $10,180,959
0. budget: $10,683,823 ($2,667,912 /$2,915,847 / $2,533,289 )
0. programs: $410,086,265
0. overhead: $597,558
0. net assets: $2,756,346

PCRM Foundation
0. raised/earned: $5,823,902
0. budget: $1,616,079
0. programs: $1,493,415
0. overhead: $ 122,663
0. net assets: $8,597,066

(According to Animal People, the newly-created PCRM Foundation exists exclusively to perform services for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. If taken as a single entity, their combined overhead expense would be 21% of their total budget.)

American Anti-Vivisection Society/AAVS
0. raised/earned: $954,348
0. budget: $1,408,762 ($1,219,000 / $1,235,214 /$1,088,433)
0. programs: $1,101,108
0. overhead: $307,654
0. net assets: $16,620,677

Animal Legal Defense Fund/ALDF
0. raised/earned $3,581,142
0. budget: $3,072,467 ($3,208,308 / $3,360,728 / $3,133,399 )
0. programs: $2,403,676
0. overhead: $668,791
0. net assets: $3,560,815

Animal Welfare Institute/AWI
0. raised/earned: $2,913,514
0. budget: $1,426,742 ($1,260,416 /$1,072,951 / $1,169,280)
0. programs: $1,219,473
0. overhead: $ 207,269
0. net assets: $4,841,036

Humane Society of the United States/HSUS
0. raised/earned $74,015,068
0. budget: $70,306,473 ($67,272,795 / $58,865,207 / $50,431,797)
0. programs: $51,561,573
0. overhead: $16,210,212
0. net assets: $111,021,299

(Note that these figures do not include statistics from the Fund for Animals, which merged with HSUS at the end of 2004. In FY 2003, the Fund's budget was 7,358,158 and it had net assets amounting to nearly $20 million.)

In Defense of Animals/IDA
0. raised/earned: $3,194,409
0. budget: $3,150,113 ($2,304,433 / $2,339,784 /$1,841,705 )
0. programs: $2,642,963
0. overhead: $507,150
0. net assets: $3,301,045

Last Chance for Animals/LCA
0. raised/earned: $705,699
0. budget: $651,099
0. programs: $516,186
0. overhead: $134,913
0. net assets: $94,676

National Anti-Vivisection Society/NAVS
0. raised/earned: $1,665,144
0. budget: $1,840,996 ($2,810,328 / $2,657,596 / $2,620,228)
0. programs: $1,348,163
0. overhead: $492,833
0. net assets: $3,904,098

New England Anti Vivisection Society/NEAVS
0. raised/earned: $818,234
0. budget: $866,917 ($779,088 / $885,239 /$1,084,575)
0. programs: $723,981
0. overhead: $142,936
0. net assets: $7,175,451

Americans for Medical Progress
908 King Street, Suite 301 w Alexandria, VA 22314 w 703.836.9595
[email protected] w www.amprogress.org
This e-mail is part of AMP News Service and is intended for use in accordance with the Fair Use clauses to the U.S. Copyright Act.
 

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