Richard T. Riehle
posted on May 24, 2017 19:12
Report urges continued improvements, but praises new leadership
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Following media reports last year of lavish spending by Jacksonville-based Wounded Warrior Project, the U.S. Senate launched its own investigation of the nonprofit. That Senate committee released its critical findings on Wednesday.
The Senate Judiciary Committee said the charity “inaccurately” reported the money it spent on veterans’ programs by using “inflated” numbers and “misleading” advertisements. The committee found “excessive amounts of donor contributions that were misused” by WWP’s former leadership.
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