College Admissions Scandal Reveals Why It’s So Easy to Run a Shady Charity

The lack of governmental guardrails may be why there’s no precise data available on the scale and shape of malfeasance in the nonprofit world. But those who focus on the issue believe “there are lots and lots of instances of using charities for personal gain,” says Aaron Dorfman, president and CEO of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, a nonpartisan D.C. think tank, who adds: “It’s really hard to catch and weed out the bad actors.”

Read the entire article in The Hollywood Reporter.