By Isaiah Thompson Published: 08/30/2014 | New findings show what appear to be more than a hundred checks, totaling over $300,000, written out to the Philadelphia Chapter of the NAACP, but deposited … Continue readingBank documents show hundreds of thousands in re-routed NAACP checks
by Isaiah Thompson, Jun. 12, 2014 For more than a decade, the nonprofit started by Jerry Mondesire got hundreds of thousands of dollars from the state, with most of the money … Continue readingNearly half a million in affordable housing grants to Mondesire went to three vacant properties.
In 2006, Philadelphia NAACP president Jerome Mondesire used the name of a separate nonprofit he controlled to apply for $100,000 to restore a youth football field; he reported the work … Continue readingQuestions about grant to Mondesire to restore youth football field. Was the work ever done?
Two elected officers of the Philadelphia NAACP have gone to court to get a look at the financial records of defunct nonprofit at the center of their claims that Jerry … Continue readingNAACP members sue for records
by Isaiah Thompson, Mar. 30, 2014 A look at the Next Generation CDC, founded and operated by local NAACP President Jerome Mondesire, raises more questions than answers. Founded by longtime NAACP … Continue readingThe phantom nonprofit
by Isaiah Thompson on Mar. 18, 2014 New documents disclose that checks written as donations to the local NAACP were deposited instead into the bank account of a defunct non-profit founded … Continue readingNAACP donations went to defunct nonprofit controlled by group president
Local NAACP officers question president over finances by Isaiah Thompson, Jan. 21, 2014 Some executive committee members and officers of the Philadelphia NAACP branch are questioning how long-time chapter president J. Whyatt … Continue readingLocal NAACP officers question president over finances
Board members of the local NAACP are involved in a dispute with Jerome Mondesire, the group’s president, raising questions about finances and a defunct non-profit community development corporation Mondesire controlled. … Continue readingLocal NAACP officers question president over finances