Black Lives Matter Investigations
This is the 11th episode in the “Black Lives Matter (BLM) Investigative Series” to learn how the different BLM chapters and entities use money.
This episode investigates the ** NASHVILLE, TN ** chapter.
By the end of this video message, you will know if the NASHVILLE chapter provides information about the 11 topics below:
1) Leadership information
2) Mailing address
3) Phone number
4) E-Mail or social media
5) Charity Navigator status
6) GuideStar status
7) Secretary of State filing status
8) IRS filing status
9) Donations accepted
10) Donations allocated
11) Financial transparency
ABOUT SUSAN WOODS
Hello, I’m Susan Woods.
I started a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called “Comprehensive Community-Based Solutions, Incorporated” in 2003. I offered two programs under the nonprofit organization until December 2013.
I teach people how to start, fund, manage, sustain, and reinstate nonprofit organizations and how to write grant proposals via online and in-person classes. The class list and descriptions are below in the link below:
I also complete the “Form 1023: Application for Recognition of Exemption” to help nonprofit professionals earn 501(c)(3) status across the country. Thus far, I’ve completed 114 application packets and I’ve earned a 100% approval rating from the Internal Revenue Service.
Learn how I help people earn 501(c)(3) status below:
The terrible video of George Floyd losing his life had a tremendous impact on my life. I felt compelled to invest in “Black Lives Matter” until I learned about the lack of structure and leadership.
As a matter of fact, I was so disgusted with the blatant lack of financial transparency, I decided to investigate each BLM chapter and entity and share my results under the banner: Black Lives Matter Investigations.
Thanks for taking the time to view the videos to see the results.
Susan Woods, MBA – Nonprofit Consultant
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