Last week NPQ reported that Komen’s Nancy Brinker received a 64% increase in pay between the period covered by 2011 990 and that covered by the 2012. And now we see that lobbying expenditures for the first quarter of 2013 were almost nonexistent – what is going on there?
The Central Asia Institute, founded by Three Cups of Tea author Greg Mortenson, is suing Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company, saying it isn’t paying legal fees that should be covered under its policy.
In a reminder of the importance of strong fiscal stewardship, board members of the New York City-based nonprofit Educational Housing Services are held personally liable for a settlement payment of $1 million after attorney general’s report finds board “stunningly” negligent.
How does a charity suddenly show up with over $157,000 in assets, spend it all out in one year, go bankrupt with a very visible socialite – Jill Kelley - in charge, and no one notices? Until now, that is.