That was back in January, you realize that ALS has raked in over 42mil now since July of this year? I'm trying to find the video of where someone shown the numbers of what percentage they actually use for research, numbers by the ALSA themselves. Can't remember the guy's name that did the video but I will find it.. just give me a bit of time to dig it up. I didn't want to believe it at first but he shows it on the camera and all. It's pretty f*cking ridiculous.. and to make his point clear, he only put like 5% of 100 cubes in a small bowl and said 'there, there's your 5% of a $100' or something along those lines.
What you're posting is from a pamplet, not actual financial records.. What he shown was actual ASLA financial records and I suppose that he was a volunteer or employee for the organization and wanted to get the truth out. Not sure about all that.. it went pretty viral but I'm still having trouble finding the video as it's buried under 9million other f*cking ice bucket challenges when I search for it. I'll find it eventually, if not, you'll just have to take my word for it.. up to you.
Besides that, the most annoying thing is that people are doing this challenge and have the slightest clue of what Lou Gehrig's Disease really is or know what the challenge is even for.. they're just doing it because they see everyone else doing it and it's social media.. ITS HOW TUH BE KEWL! They'll dump the water and not even donate a dime or even give a sh*t what the cause is for.
So, here's my advice. Unless you actually know someone with Gehrig's disease and genuinely feel your money is worth donating for their cause, go for it. If you have no family member, friend or loved one with the disease and don't want your money to go mainly into the pockets of the 'Administrators' or not used for actual research in finding a cure, keep the money in your pocket, save the water and don't challenge or accept the challenge.