At the end of last year Camenker’s Parents’ Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that under IRS regulations can do public education work but only minimal lobbying, filed its first Form 990 with the IRS, which is publicly available on the website of the non-profit web resource Guidestar. The MassResistance website tells potential donors that those who want to make a tax-deductible donation to their efforts can make a donation to the Parents Education Foundation.
According to the 990, the Parents Education Foundation took in more than $80,000 in revenue from mid-2005 to mid-2006. That figure was the highpoint in the organization’s history; the year before it raised only about $22,000, and the year before that it took in just $8000. In 2002, the year Camenker founded Parents education Foundation, the organization raised just over $32,000.
The article goes on to say that the money this hate group generates goes mainly into Camenker's own dirty pockets. Oh, and the "volunteer" named Amy , she rakes in $6,000 a year from her 10 hours a week (is that a new definition of volunteer? Is volunteer even defined?)
The Massachusetts Secretary of State's office requires groups like the Parent Education Foundation (the "educational" part of Brian's groups) to file annual reports yet, as Jacobs reports, Camenker's group failed to file those reports in 2003 and 2004.
Don't you think its about time the Massachusetts Secretary of State looked into this matter?