Monday, October 29, 2012

Charity Leader Has Ignored Nonprofit Fraud

By Gary Snyder

Suzanne Perry has written a compelling article (http://philanthropy.com/article/Lack-of-Charity-Oversight/135346/)  in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. I suggest that all read it. 

Diana Aviv of the Independent Sector has discounted that there is a problem and certainly as a charity leader she is not part of the solution.  “The chances that they are going to listen to one of us saying 'You shouldn’t do that’ is zero to none,” she says. “What’s likely to happen is they’ll thumb their noses at us and that the only power to stop them is law enforcement.”



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