If an organization owes more than it owns, that's a bad sign. Not only do these 10 charities' total liabilities exceed their total assets, they also maintain negative Working Capital. While these charities may not be facing bankruptcy, their solvency issues puts these charities in a very dangerous position.
|2||Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra||$-9,567,849|
|4||Ballet San Jose||$-4,702,794|
|5||Child Welfare League of America||$-3,994,281|
|6||A Contemporary Theatre||$-3,488,569|
|8||American Friends of Rabbinical College of Telzstone||$-2,569,919|
|9||Baltimore Symphony Orchestra||$-2,567,810|
|10||Virginia Symphony Orchestra||$-2,543,243|