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NY attorney general to investigate "fundraisers" who ended up taking $100 million from nonprofit for disabled veterans, left them $14 million in debt.

"Fundraisers hired by a national charity to raise money for disabled U.S. veterans duped the organization, soliciting contributions with tall tales that enriched the firms but did little to help former service members, an investigation by New York state prosecutors has found. The Washington-based Disabled Veterans National Foundation  (DVNF) became entangled with the fundraising firms Quadriga Art and Convergence Direct Marketing, according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose office investigated the charity's tactics." -- Mitch Lipka, CBS News

1 thought on “NY nonprofit left in debt”

  1. Taking from a nonprofit set up for disabled veterans? When does it end??

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