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Former staff

Rating: 5

Helena's comments are slanderous. Not one word she says here is true, our board is made up of long standing volunteers. Two with our organization for more than. 20 years and one for more than. 10. We are dissolving due to lack of support ie: funds. ALL of MBRs assets are going to another 501 (c)(3) as is required by law. Does this list allow lies and slander? Apparently so.
Michigan Basset Rescue has been a shining example of what breed specific rescue should be. Well respected in it's. 23 years and extremely successful. Never once in MBRs history was a sweet Basset turned away for any reason, including medical. Michigan Basset Rescue is very very proud of it's accomishments and the hundreds and hundreds of bassets it has saved over the years. Being a 501(c)(3) org, it's books are open to the public. For more than 20 years MBR has employed an outside CPA. We have religiously filed our annual and quarterly paperwork with IRS and the state of Michigan.

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Rating: 1

Michigan Basset Rescue is closing. The director whose board is her family and friends have used the majority of the money on salaries, phone, "office supplies" alike. She will not pass on the 501c3 to legit rescurers nor open her books to anyone else. She wants to see all merchandise and basically keep it for herself.

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