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Family Care Foundation Funders

from ManicMoe - Wednesday, February 16, 2005
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I recently got a subscription to the GuideStar GrantExplorer service and used it to find some additional Family Care Foundation funders who have given FCF grants of $5000 or more. Besides the Flora Family Foundation and the Waitt Family Foundation, I also found that The Wardle Family Foundation gave the FCF $30000 from 2001 to 2002 and that the Northern Star Foundation gave $10000 in 2000. I doubt these foundations would have made these grants if the Family Care Foundation had been upfront and honest about their connection to The Family, their sponsorship of child molesters to run children's projects and if their application for exemption did not contain false statements and material omissions.

The Wardle Family Foundation gave the Family Care Foundation a grant of $25000 in 2001 and $5000 in 2002. This is documented on their 990-PF forms for 2001 and 2002 available at
For 2001, in the 990-PF, Part IV, Supplementary Information, Grants and Contributions section, the contribution to the Family Care Foundation is listed as "Contribution to the General Fund." For 2002, it is listed as "Contribution for immediate disaster relief.

Here is the contact information I was able to find:

William G. Wardle, PC

Northern Star Foundation, Inc. gave $10000 to the Family Care Foundation in 2000. This is documented on page 22 in their 2000 990-PF form available at

Here is the contact information I was able to find.

c/o R.A. DeFruscio and Co., C.P.A.'s
Phillip Matthews, President
Diane Ivey, Exec. Dir
Sara Otis, Esq., Secretary

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from Big Sister
Thursday, February 17, 2005 - 13:15

Manic, thanks again. This is excellent. I also recall seeing FCF and Family home projects involving Rotary International. If you can find a name and address and other details of the projects, I will contact Rotary International, too.

Another FCF project featured Patch Adams (about whom a movie was made). I wrote to him months ago to tell him who he was dealing with, but I did not hear back. See FCF here:
I am going to write to him again, right now!
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from clark
Thursday, February 17, 2005 - 12:26

where the hell does that money go? Every time we ever did a CTP we labored for weeks before hand provisioning everything we gave away, we got NOTHING from TF twards any projects. I want to know what "projects" they are funding and are they in fact funding it or do the poor people who are doing them go out and get the locals to donate what they need.
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from Nick
Thursday, February 17, 2005 - 07:40

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Seriously, when if ever has any of this money actually gone to aid work? I am serious, exactly what aid work does the family do other that pass out the occasional box of second had clothing to some orphanage or do the heart skit for them.

Every picture in my “homes” PR Book that was a CTP pic was taken on some day when they spent about 2 hrs down with poor people passing out soup one tinme and that was it. No one going aid work or follow-up at all. It must have cost them $50 to do that, so where is all this money going???
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Thursday, February 17, 2005 - 07:04


Does anybody living in California have a copy of the newspaper articles and TV reports on FCF? I think if each of these donors got a copy they would thank you. I believe in informed choice, and if I am giving money I don't want to be tricked.
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from M&M
Wednesday, February 16, 2005 - 23:32


A very simple qestion for all you people wiser than me.....

Can these foundations not sue FCF on account of fraud?

Firstly, FCF received these grants and donations using falsified documents, then used the money to fund TF right?
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From cool8pack
Thursday, February 17, 2005, 00:32

legally known as 'fraud and deception' it is a fellony(reply to this comment
From Harikari Voodoo Vandari
Thursday, February 17, 2005, 03:14


If you want it another step further....

It's fraud to collect donations on the sidewalk with the "explanation" that you are collecting "aid" for the Tsunami, then use that money to pay your rent.

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From Baxter
Thursday, February 17, 2005, 04:56


Don't you have to declare charity donations, or are they tax-exempt?

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From Wolf
Thursday, February 17, 2005, 06:03


Income needs to be declared in a 990 form, but it is tax exempt for organizations with tax-exempt status (like the FCF).(reply to this comment

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