News/Stats/Studies December 14, 2012 Colbert Donates Super PAC Funds to Charity Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter LinkedIn LinkedIn Google + Google+ Email Email 1 Comment Comments Comedian Stephen Colbert’s massive super PAC cash stash won’t fund political attack ads or anything of the sort. Instead, it’s going to six charitable organizations. Colbert announced that the $773,704.03 his now-defunct Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow super PAC is giving $125,000 each to the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts of charities DonorsChoose.org, Team Rubicon and Habitat for Humanity, plus another $125,000 each to Yellow Ribbon Fund, which supports injured military members, the Center for Responsive Politics and the Campaign Legal Center. Read The Full Article Politico 1 Comment View Comments People:Stephen Colbert Related Content DonorPro Launches FriendRaising 2.0 Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Platform Eventbrite Survey Explores What Motivates People to Donate or Volunteer New Research on How $15 Billion Can Be Moved to Higher-Performing Nonprofits Nonprofits Must 'Raise the Bar' in Fundraising, Commonfund Whitepaper Finds Where Are the Most Generous Online Donors in America? Global Fundraising Resource SOFII Launches New Website Comments GreenLeaves The Center for Responsive Politics and the Campaign Legal Center are not charities – they are political organizations. Stephen Colbert is very much engaged in political work in this move to redirect funds from this Super PAC towards these two organizations that are first and foremost focused on influencing elections.