If there's one thing we've learned in our time as reality TV fans, it's that there's always more to the story when it comes to Real Housewives drama. Always. This situation with Kenya Moore's charity event gets shadier by the day! Yesterday Kenya, Nene Leakes and the chairman of Saving Our Daughters all shared their side of the story on Kenya's event, where the money went, who was invited, and on and on.
Today we're taking a peek at the nonprofit itself. Before anyone attempts to claim their donation to Saving Our Daughters on their tax forms this year, they might want to ask their tax advisor to make sure it's deductible! According to the IRS, Saving our daughters is NOT a 501(c)3 organization, even though they claim this on their website. The nonprofit had their status revoked in May of last year, for failing to file a form 990 for three consecutive years.
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Hopefully Saving Our Daughters will release a statement today and try to explain this latest development. Giving them the benefit of the doubt, maybe it's just a clerical error or technicality that is being fixed?
the only financials we could find (with a quick search, nothing extensive) is from 2006 on Guide Star:
Annual Revenue & Expenses Additional Information
Fiscal Year Starting: Jan 01, 2006
Fiscal Year Ending: Dec 31, 2006
Revenue Total Revenue $109,174
Expenses Total Expenses $93,782
From S.O.D.'s site:
The IRS says this is not the case as of May, 2013.
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