- Jun 15, 2009
Why don´t some of us just create something like the same? The foundation could be called "Defend Armstrong". We post and give links to our website in all the Lance-Threads around the world. May fanboys will donate like they did to Landis. We get rich and the fanboys suffer. That´s 2 in 1. It doesn´t get any better.thehog said:Don't worry Lance is doing his best and he and Bono are working on ways that "One" and "Livestrong" can join together.
Judging by an article in the New York Post today they will be a great match!
ONE gives only a pittance in direct charitable support to its causes -- something Borochoff said the average donor might not realize.
The Bono nonprofit took in $14,993,873 in public donations in 2008, the latest year for which tax records are available.
Of that, $184,732 was distributed to three charities, according to the IRS filing.
Meanwhile, more than $8 million was spent on executive and employee salaries.
In germany it needs only 7 people to create such a non profit organisation. All legal. All tax free in germany.