Futuro Infantil Hispano
The Business of Child Abuse
This is page 7 of the most recent tax filing of Futuro Infantil Hispano. You can see the entire form here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1phxj2SmT2Mc0ecmkSZghqKBc66ZL-TbN9fG20QnzDUc/edit
Some of you may notice a smaller “take,” for the main players from the previous year. You may draw your own conclusions… we have written about these guys before. We couldn’t keep up with all the hot and cold running contract social workers that we have spoken to over the years from this place. There has been little media attention paid to Futuro and places like it, and the salaries as well as other finances as a percentage of non-profit gross should be looked at by those media types who reach a lot more folks then we do. But as one equally frustrated attorney sadly told us on an unrelated matter;
“I suppose it’s small potatoes.”
We disagree, especially when considering year after year after year… We can only hope that somewhere, someplace, in a hidden lair far far away, the overlords are paying attention. Stir baby stir… Oh, you are listening?
Remember the very people in county and state government assigned to check on these places have a conflict of interest since finding anything too devastating (either financially or with child care issues) brings there very own competence into play since their elders will probably ask why they didn’t find the stuff earlier. Anyways, I’m sure they are doing what they think best. There are some things we just can’t understand, right?
Not that there is necessarily anything untoward in this example…
The Politics of Child Abuse