Published on June 17th, 20130
American Breast Cancer Foundation
Her son, Joseph A. Wolf, was among those who profited the most. After serving as the charity’s vice president for three years, Joseph Wolf formed a telemarketing company, Non Profit Promotions. Between 2003 and 2010, his company was paid nearly $18 million to raise donations for his mother’s charity. The relationship was not disclosed on IRS filings until 2006.
The American Breast Cancer Foundation is now under new leadership and uses community events for fundraising.
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