The National Children’s Leukemia Foundation accused of “misleading” donors


Instead, a lot of money was spent as salaries. Other accusations are about missing of a bone marrow registry, an umbilical cord blood bank or a cancer research center linked to the foundation to sustain a real helping activity. Investigators accused the foundation of not being a “large and effective organization” as it presented itself to the office’s Charities Bureau, but a “one-man operation …. with three respondents rubber-stamping Shor’s decisions.” On the other part, Steve Shor, the founder and onetime president, told to the media: “We expect to be vindicated in court when the full story is explained.”


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