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The president of a nonprofit that we recently separated from has been pocketing donations, falsifying budgets, stealing from other programs, abusing substances at events, having issues with harassment and a recent assault, and misappropriation of funds. A state organization is currently raising a very large amount of money for his program, not knowing that he has been misusing funds for personal reasons. What can be done about this?

You probably know some of the people on the board of the organization to whom you can make a complaint.  If that doesn't help, you and others aware of the situation could go to the state organization and let them know what is going on.  If you do that, you want to be absolutely positive about your facts so that you can't be acused of libel or slander, but you might provoke a conversation that could help improve the situation.  —Don Kramer 

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