Not all U.S. foreign aid is in the impersonal form of Government programs. Individual Americans, in uncounted thousands, dig deep into their private pockets every year. According to an International Cooperation Administration report released last week, 56 U.S. private agencies spent a total of $291,899,393 on "projects and services of relief and rehabilitation to needy nations and refugees in health, education, welfare, agriculture, industry, emigration and resettlement all over the world."
Contributing more than $1,000,000 each:
Catholic Relief Services $115,809,326
Church World Service, Inc. 35,065,244
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee 28,628 270
Lutheran World Relief 15,239,572
Christian Children's Fund, Inc. 4,198,584
Foster Parents' Plan,...