I have been a volunteer project coordinator for the CVHPF since 2007 and will tell anyone who will listen that GuideStar's report is of no value! I accidently came across the information that GuideStar provided on the net in the way of our assets and found your numbers to be a gross overstatement! We did not have $629,753.00 in 2011 and indeed, were fortunate if we had $629.00. It is now clear that GuideStar's information was, and continues to be in error and has caused us to be irreparably damaged in our ability to raise the modest funds we actually require. In short, we would prefer that the public depend on the fact that we have an EIN - rather than depending on your outrageously erroneous information. A modest contribution of $1500 for dendrochronological tests would get us started on our next project which is the restoration (total $75,000) of an 18th century ordinary, probably used as a HQ by Lord Cornwallis on June 1 & 2, 1781.
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