in 2013, the selected charity siphoned (heh) off about $10M from a $35M cash flow for "operations", of which 70% went for the salaries of 67 people. That's about $100K per person...not bad for a...er..."nonprofit."
Where did you get the idea that "nonprofit" means, "we don't pay our employees"? Or, "we pay our employees shit"?
It's as dumb as thinking "for-profit" means, "we pay all of our employees well".
Harvard University is a non-profit, and last I checked, they're paying their professors pretty well. Rush Presbyterian hospital is a non-profit, but the head of surgery probably makes more than minimum wage.