My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The BREAST CANCER SOCIETY INC, Mesa, AZ, USA
I looked this charity up online and I read on another blog that almost all of the people working for The Breast Cancer Society are related to the Executive Director James T. Reynolds Jr. They use call centers that take 80% of each donation and after that James and his family receive outrageous salaries. His wife works there and is the Public Relations Representative. She goes by Kristina Hixson. I wonder what she makes and how qualified is she for her salary? They should investigate this organization and look into family relationships and spending.
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Mr. Reynolds has worked in the non-profit sector for 21 years and has been instrumental in the improvement of program efficiency and reduction of overhead costs with several national non-profit organizations. His primary objective and personal ambition as Executive Director of the Breast Cancer Society is toconstruct patient service and education programs which have the greatest positive impact possible in the lives of individuals and on society as a whole. Mr. Reynolds has committed thousands of hours of volunteer service over the past years to a wide variety of non-profit organizations and charities both domestically and internationally, including international relief groups, various orphanages, state hospitals providing indigent care, Christian ministries, cancer related charities, state prisons, and youth groups. Mr. Reynolds holds a bachelor’s in Finance and a master’s in Business Administration. Mr. Reynolds is married to Director of Public Relations, Kristina Hixson. The newly married couple engages their ten children, as well as extended family, in special events to raise awareness, offering help for breast cancer patients and giving support to the patients the organization serves in accordance to their tax exempt mission. This work is a shared passion throughout their family, as multiple members have been directly affected by cancer, some sadly losing their battles. Their guiding belief is that charity not only begins in the home, but should extend from the home to positively affect as many lives as possible.