August 21, 2012 10:33 pm
Ms. Joan Starr;
Kid’s Ecology Corps.
As you know, I’ve been doing some research regarding your organization. In pursuit of my story, I’ve sent you numerous requests for information, all of which have been ignored.
Giving this my one last best shot, I’d love to sit down for an interview with you. Here’s a few things on my mind.
- I’d like to discuss the possibility that your organization might be in jeopardy of losing it’s tax exempt status
- Review your 990 forms, in particular the missing years
- Review your 2012 annual report which lists only three board members — though one of which (Betsy Pickup) officially resigned in May of 2011.
- A discussion of the various regulations regarding the operation of a 501, a Board, and the such.
And most interesting to me:
- KEC’s seeming lack of official organizational meetings and this calendar year’s budget.
As Kid’s Ecology Corps. deals with the children of Broward County, I’ve sent a copy of this email to a few individuals who are paid to care about our children. They’re also big fans of my work.•••
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