This chapter examines research that rebuts accusations that fundraising nonprofit organisations spend too much of their incomes on marketing, behave unethically, make improper use of external fundraising agencies, are under-regulated and are over-commercialised to the extent that they do not pursue their original missions. Studies have established that nonprofits rarely spend more than 20% of their revenues on management and marketing, although many people believe this percentage to be 50%. Regulation of nonprofits has been tightened and complaints against them are rare. The issue of the possible over-commercialisation of the nonprofit sector continues to be a major topic of debate.