Where does all the money go?

Updated: September 28, 2005, 11:26 AM ET

Follow the money
An examination of the Mark McGwire Foundation for Children's tax returns revealed the following donations made by the organization:
Year Recipient Amount
2004 Thousand Oaks High School Baseball $3,000

CHOC Foundation of Children $35,000

Department of Pediatrics, UCI $10,000

Department of Ophthalmology $10,000

Total $58,000

2003 Dwyer Middle School (Huntington Beach) $10,000

Huntington Seacliff Elementary School (HB) $10,000

CHP 11-99 Foundation $1,000

Total $21,000

2002 Huntington Valley Little League $75,000

Department of Ophthalmology, UCI $75,000

Boys & Girls Club of Long Beach $25,000

Home Aid Orange County $25,000

For The Child, Sara Center $25,000

Huntington Police Officers Foundation $25,000

The Maple Counseling Center $40,000

Five Acres $45,000

Los Angeles Children's Chorus $40,000

Westside Children's Center $25,000

The Rape Foundation $100,000

Boy Scouts of America $150,000

Porterville Rotary Club Foundation $50,000

Special Olympics North California $50,000

Jeremy's Heroes Inc. $50,000

Total $800,000

2001 The Rape Foundation $50,000

National Fallen Firefighers Foundation $150,000

New York Fraternal Order of Police Foundation $100,000

Childrens Institute $50,000

Total $350,000

2000 Grace Center $50,000

Memorial Medical Center $100,000

Echo Emergency $75,000

Childrens Institute $25,000

Childrens Advocacy $50,000

Total $300,000

1999 USC Center $100,000

Edgewood Children $100,000

Hathaway Children $100,000

Our Little Haven $100,000

Total $400,000

1998 The Rape Foundation $185,000

Huntington Valley Little League $2,500

USA Baseball $25,000

Leroy Haynes Center $40,000

Evangelical Children's Hospital $175,000

Children's Institute International $175,000

Family Resource Center $175,000

Total $777,500

1997 Stuart House $10,000

Huntington Valley Little League $2,500

USA Baseball $25,000

Total $37,500
Source: Internal Revenue Service; Mark McGwire Foundation for Children

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