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untanglingwebs
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ID Number: 800851967
Summary for: FRIENDS OF MAYOR WOODROW STANLEY
The name of the DOMESTIC NONPROFIT CORPORATION: FRIENDS OF MAYOR WOODROW STANLEY



Entity type: DOMESTIC NONPROFIT CORPORATION
Identification Number: 800851967 Old ID Number: 769854

Date of Incorporation in Michigan: 01/11/2001

Date of Dissolved: 10/01/2004 Term: Perpetual

Most Recent Annual Report: Most Recent Annual Report with Officers & Directors:

The name and address of the Resident Agent:
Resident Agent Name: CHARLES WINFREY
Street Address: 3455 LIPPINCOTT BLVD
Apt/Suite/Other:
City: FLINT State: MI Zip Code: 48503
Registered Office Mailing address:
P.O. Box or Street Address:
Apt/Suite/Other: PO BOX 826
City: FLINT State: MI Zip Code: 48501


Act Formed Under: 162-1982 Nonprofit Corporation Act

The corporation is formed on a Directorship basis.
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Friends of Mayor Woodrow in Flint, MI 48507-2027 ...
listings.findthecompany.com/l/21362459/Friends-of-Mayor-Woodrow
Friends of Mayor Woodrow is a small organization in the political organizations industry located in Flint, MI. It opened its doors in 2011 and now has an estimated
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Friends of Mayor Woodrow
Flint - Political Organizations
Phone Number:
(810) 744-0848
Address:
3455 Lippincott Blvd
Flint, Michigan 48507-2027
United States
Friends of Mayor Woodrow is a small organization in the political organizations industry located in Flint, MI. It opened its doors in 2011 and now has an estimated $99,000 USD in yearly revenue and approximately 2 employees.
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Is Find the Company wrong? Weird as I found this by accident when it popped up in another search. The address is that of the Flint NAACP.
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Entity Name ID Number Old ID Number Address
FRIENDS OF MAYOR WOODROW STANLEY 800851967 769854 PO BOX 826
FLINT, MI 48501 USA
THE WOODROW STANLEY FOUNDATION 800835397 750763
THE WOODROW STANLEY YOUTH FOUNDATION 800835397 750763

There are 2 other nonprofits in Stanley's name. However they were behind in their filings. The last one in each was 2012 and both were automatically dissolved in 2015.
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Independent PAC Active WOODROW STANLEY LEADERSHIP PAC
Democratic Party 02/12/2010 12/08/2009
Candidate Active COMMITTEE TO ELECT WOODROW STANLEY 27TH DISTRICT STATE SENATOR WOODROW STANLEY State Senator 27th District
Democratic Party 01/31/2013 01/22/2013
Candidate Active CTE WOODROW STANLEY 34TH DIST STATE REPRESENATIVE WOODROW STANLEY Representative in State Legislature 34th District
Democratic Party 05/14/2008 05/02/20
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HomeFlint Water CrisisFlint Mayor creates loosely regulated fund after water funds diversion allegations, report says
Flint Mayor creates loosely regulated fund after water funds diversion allegations, report says
May 22, 2017Jiquanda Johnson 0 Share

FLINT, MI A sworn testimony revealed that Flint Mayor Karen Weaver and her adviser Aonie Gilcreast allegedly created a loosely regulated fund weeks after Weaver fired former City Administrator Natasha Henderson.
A May 22, 2017 ABC12 report says, both Weaver and Gilcreast opened a 527 fund, which is loosely regulated.

The fund was allegedly opened days before Henderson shared concerns with Flints legal department that Weaver may have told a city employee to divert Flint water crisis funds to a personal account. ABC12 reported that days after reporting her findings to legal, Henderson, who is now engulfed in a whistle-blower lawsuit against the City of Flint and Weaver, was fired.

According to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, LARA, the new revealed fund in question, Caring For Flint was incorporated Feb. 5, 2016.



Henderson filed a federal lawsuit last year saying she was fired after she asked Flints legal department to investigate the city employees claims that funds were diverted.

Weaver has denied diverting funds to any account.
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Flint mayor says shielded 527 fund was to build up city government
Updated on June 2, 2017 at 12:43 PM Posted on June 2, 2017 at 12:01 PM
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Flint Mayor Karen Weaver is shown in this Flint Journal file photo. (Jake May |
By Ron Fonger
FLINT, MI -- Mayor Karen Weaver says she established a nontaxable account with limited disclosure requirements to help build capacity inside City Hall -- not to redirect donations made during the Flint water crisis.

Established 15 months ago as a 527 account, the Caring For Flint Fund isn't required to register or report to the state, can accept direct corporate contributions and is only obliged to report donors and expenditures if they exceed $25,000.

The funds are named for the portion of the Internal Revenue Service code that regulates them.

Documents related to the formation of Caring For Flint are among exhibits filed in a civil lawsuit against Weaver and the city by former city administrator Natasha Henderson.



Henderson filed a federal lawsuit May 9 in Detroit U.S. District Court claiming she was fired from her position after she claimed she asked the city attorney's office to investigate claims Weaver may have been telling city staff and volunteers to send potential water crisis donations to her own personal account, rather than the fund managed by the Community Foundation of Greater Flint.


Henderson claims she was fired in retaliation for telling the acting city attorney of her concerns that the mayor was laying the groundwork to redirect donations meant to help the city with the water crisis to her own funds.

Weaver said Thursday, June 1, that she's limited from speaking about specifics related to the lawsuit but said Caring For Flint was never intended to do anything but build up her administration and never got money intended for other purposes.


"We knew we had a lot of needs," she said of the decision to establish the fund. "We were trying to get those addressed."

In 2016, MLive found at least one-third of Michigan's 144 sitting lawmakers were connected to either 527 or nonprofit groups, many of which did not report donors.

Critics say the funds lack transparency.




MLive and the Michigan Campaign Finance Network teamed up to investigate 527 and nonprofit accounts.


Articles of incorporation of Caring For Flint indicate it would be financed by donations, fees, investments, gifts and grants and will be used to pay expenses incidental to holding public office.

Weaver said little if any money has been raised for Caring For Flint.

In a deposition in the Henderson lawsuit, the mayor said the 527 fund and a nonprofit that the law firm Miller Canfield helped her establish were set up to allow people to donate "if there are things I want to do and not use taxpayer dollars for."

Caring For Flint was formed Feb. 5, 2016, four days before Henderson reported Weaver directed a city employee and a volunteer to direct water crisis donations to Karenabout Flint, which she said had been set up by Miller Canfield.

David Waymire of Martin Waymire said he was working on ideas of how to raise funds for Caring For Flint just days after it was created.


Waymire said there were four areas that he believed the city could have used donations for -- lobbying in Lansing and Washington, D.C., communications and to help fund the salary of chief advisor Aoine Gilcreast, who has worked as a volunteer since Weaver was elected.

Waymire wrote in a memorandum Feb. 9 that Weaver should target large contributions from major foundations to fund Caring For Flint.

"It could have been useful if she had more capacity ... to manage this incredible crisis," Waymire said.

Fundraising plans for the fund were never fully developed, Waymire said, because the account was never funded.

Henderson's claims against Weaver resulted in an internal investigation carried out by attorney Brendon Basiga.

Basiga said in June 2016 that he found no wrongdoing by Weaver and his investigation could not corroborate allegations made against the mayor by Henderson.
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