|What percent of the funds that Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation raises actually gets donated? WII's new DataGraphic has the answers -- Premium Member Briefing June 5, 2017
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What percent of the funds that Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation raises actually gets donated?
The Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation is funded primarily by the Wine Spectator's Wine Experience event.
In 2012, the Foundation made 5% of the funds it raised available for scholarships and grants.
That percentage rose in 2014.
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