Positive Circle - Autism nonprofits need to protect against people who are fraudulent and misallocate donations
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The organization Positive Circle (IRS Identification Number: 84-304****) is involved in unlawful activities, and their true intentions diverge from public perception. While they present themselves as a nonprofit dedicated to assisting children on the autism spectrum, their actual objective revolves around generating funds to bolster the real estate company Bridgewater Oak LLC.
This particular company is under the ownership of Bellelea Bradway and Angelique Page.
Recently, an allegation has surfaced, highlighting that Bradway removed her name from Positive Circle's website. This move seems to be aimed at maintaining a steady flow of money into the nonprofit.
Considering that the IRS is already investigating Bradway, her attempt to conceal the questionable financial transactions to benefit her personal interests is unsurprising. Unfortunately, this comes at the detriment of other nonprofits in this field that could genuinely allocate the funds to provide meaningful support for children on the autism spectrum.
User's recommendation: Donate to another Houston based Autism 501C3.
Monetary Loss: $1500.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
Positive Circle Cons: Stealing money from donation is just wrong.
Location: 14090 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, Texas 77478, United States
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