Tag Archives: Charity

New York sues Trump and his charity over ‘self-dealing’ — The Crusader Journal

By Jonathan Stempel and Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York state attorney general sued U.S. President Donald Trump, three of his children and his foundation on Thursday, saying he illegally used the nonprofit as a personal “checkbook” for his own benefit, including his 2016 presidential campaign. Barbara Underwood, the attorney general, asked […]

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On canning Kidscan funding — Your NZ

RNZ: KidsCan may lose govt funding: ‘Children will go hungry’ The charity, which has been in operation for 12 years, provides food, clothing and healthcare to 168,000 children across 700 New Zealand schools. Executive Julie Chapman told Checkpoint with John Campbell she was told last week by Oranga Tamariki / Ministry for Children that it would lose […]

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Metiria vs Gareth

Stuff reports: The Opportunities Party leader Gareth Morgan is donating $1 million to charity to make a point about how difficult it is for smaller political parties to make a splash in New Zealand. The multi-millionaire, who launched the political party last year, is using the $41,000 of taxpayer’s money that his party has been allocated for…

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Eight screen rules all parents should adopt – U.K. Expert

 

Daily Mail 25 May 2017Family First Comment: Some excellent common-sense advice here… Parenting expert Katharine Hill, UK director of the charity Care For The Family, is releasing a book that offers advice to mums and dads anxious to ensure their children are being smart and safe when it comes to the web. DO NOT TRY…

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Chch Press Editorial: when is a charity really a lobby group?

 

Stuff co.nz 20 May 2017Family First Comment: Well concluded…“Family First’s work does not strictly adhere to a narrow view of Christian activism. Research reports on areas such as childcare, child abuse and child poverty and the impact of technology and pornography tap into wider concerns in a rapidly-changing secular society. Even those who may be…

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Family First vow to instruct lawyers to ‘vigorously fight’ any deregistration attempt

Stuff co.nz 16 May 2017 Conservative Christian lobby group Family First is expected to lose its charitable status, according to NZME. The group was told by the Charities Registration Board in 2013 that its status was questionable. Family First, in a statement, said the organisation was told by media that the board still wanted to…

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No lobby group should be a charity

The Herald reports: Family First is set to lose its charitable status, the Herald has exclusively learned. The group was first notified by the Charities Registration Board in 2013 that its charitable status was in danger. That was because the group advocated a controversial point of view, that was seen as lobbying for a political…

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