Irish charities: The not-for-profit pay bill

Four Irish charities refused to disclose the remuneration paid to top executives despite receiving state funding and millions of euro in public donations, writes Susan Mitchell.

23rd June, 2012
Irish charities receive tens of millions from the state and tens of millions in public donations.

They receive tens of millions from the state and tens of millions in public donations. However, four of the countries biggest and better-known charities are refusing to disclose details of the annual pay packages received by their chief executives. A number of major charities provided detailed information for a survey by *The Sunday Business Post*, but Unicef, the Irish Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), Arthritis Ireland and Bothar refused.

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