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CharityWatch's rating of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention includes the financial activities of "the New York National Office and the Foundation's 85 unincorporated chapters," the accounts of which are included in the Foundation's audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017, according to Note 1 of the audit.
According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention tax filing for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017 re: Compensation Information, the Foundation reports paying "non-fixed payments in the form of a bonus during the [calendar 2016] year" to the following individuals (IRS Form 990, Schedule J, Parts II & III):

(1) Robert Gebbia, CEO -- $35,000, with reported total compensation of $442,004.
(2) Christine Moutier, CMO -- $10,000, with reported total compensation of $411,926.
(3) Daniel Killpack, CFO -- $5,000, with reported total compensation of $229,312.
(4) Michael Lamma, VP Field Mgt & Development -- $15,000, with reported total compensation of $272,764.
(5) John Madigan, VP Public Policy -- $5,000, with reported total compensation of $233,371.
(6) Stephanie Coggin, VP Communication -- $7,000, with reported total compensation of $209,688.
(7) Doreen Marshall, VP Programs -- $2,500, with reported total compensation of $190,959.
(8) Jill Harkavy-Friedman, VP Research -- $2,500, with reported total compensation of $162,614.
(9) Melanie Varady, Division Director -- $2,500, with reported total compensation of $162,595.

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