Silence The Impending Threat to the Charitable Sector

Silence The Impending Threat to the Charitable Sector

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Silence: The Impending Threat to the Charitable Sector is a high-stake and explosive investigative work about charity misdeeds. As you read this cover, there is a noteworthy charity fraud being perpetrated. Scandals threaten to destroy the reputation of the charitable sector. These scandals threaten to destroy the reputation of powerful organizations and their leaders. Charity malfeasance is an addiction of epic proportions. Charity leaders and regulators, by their silence and denial, are enablers. Because the misdeeds were kept secret, there was no public outcry. The secrets are now being exposed. The sector needs a new paradigm, and Silence makes numerous suggestions as to how to turn it around. This exposAc is based on the largest repository of charity fraud anywhere. Many trusted leaders are exposed including board members, presidents, superintendents, chief executive officers, accountantsa€” and more. They embezzled, forged, extorted, and falsified records; they self-dealt, negligently managed assets, and had multiple conflicts of interest.... for American Express bills, $713, 500 at a Southern California jewelry store, and more than $300, 000 at Neiman Marcus. ... Residential Life was in jail on aggravated assault charges after taking $48, 000 from the Southern Oregon University.

Title:Silence The Impending Threat to the Charitable Sector
Author: Gary Snyder
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2011-06-28

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