My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Habitat For Safe Seniors Inc, Canyon Lake, TX, USA
Did you know that Rondah Savage, Executive Director, personally owns the property that Habitat for Safe Seniors is located on (2174 Old Sattler Rd) and pays herself $1k per month to lease the property to her nonprofit? Look up "Savage Rondah" at www.comalad.org (Comal Appraisal District) and see for yourself. You will also see that since Rondah Savage "founded" HFSS in 2004 the value of this property alone(her PERSONAL PROPERTY) has risen from $4,550 to a value of $245,000 in 2010! Not a bad investment for her. She personally owns 7 properties in addition to this property. Some have been purchased from the seniors she works with in her role as Executive Director. That's one way to get a good deal on property.
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Although Rondah Savage, Executive Director of HFSS, has 8 properties in her name she acts as if she is the penniless, selfless, unpaid founder of a nonprofit who "does without" so she can "take care of her seniors". Drive by the property and see the multitude of military vehicles, storage lockers, concession trailers, tents, vehicles, etc. that have been purchased with HFSS funds that aren not used and have NOTHING to do with the mission of this organization.
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In Canyon Lake Views at www.canyonlakeviews.com, Rondah Savage was profiled in the December 2010 edition, page 4. In reference to being Executive Director of HFSS the article said, "Someday I hope it becomes my job" but so far she has had to depend on a separate source of funds for living expenses. This is FALSE! She paid herself QUITE WELL in 2010 until most of her funding was cut. She doesn't post the required IRS form 990's in an effort to hide this information from potential funders and the public.
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