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I'm with gina on both counts. Not to mention that if your a non profit, why wouldn't you provide the service for free and rely on donations to cover costs?  Charging for what you do means you're a business. But let's go with you being a charity for a moment. What percentage of your total income is devoted to the service you provide and what percentage is used for "administrative costs"? 
 
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