Our top 62 philanthropic organizations are no longer the lowest rated in the country, but they are “among the smallest and slowest growing,” least efficient, undercapitalized, “disproportionately focused on religious activities,” and “lag in implementing donor privacy policies,” according to a new study by Charity Navigator. The list of 62 organizations studied is here. Worst ranked are Bryan’s House, Crystal Charity Ball, Dallas Opera, American Tract Society, Trinity Broadcasting, KERA, Student Government Affairs Program (?), National Drug and Safety League (?), and National Center for Freedom and Renewal (another ?, as in, what is that?).