The D.C. Children & Youth Investment Trust Corp. failed to identify any grantees in its latest annual tax filing with the IRS, thus making it impossible to draw conclusions about the finances of the children’s organization. While reporting $25.7 million in funding for the latest reporting period, spanning October 2010 to September 2011, the trust leaves blank entire sections regarding annual expenditures, including compensation, fundraising fees and grant payouts. One observer suggests that the IRS submission will be declared incomplete.
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