Legally Delinquent NGOs in Shreveport

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Buckets of public money flushedby CB Forgotston

SINCE THE FIRST REPORT ON THE ORGANIZATION BELOW WAS SENT OUT, A MEMBER OF THE “TEAM” LOCATED THE CORPORATE INFORMATION.   THE NAME REGISTERED WAS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT.   THE NEW INFO IS IN RED.

This is the 14th in a series of reports by the Crack Mullet Research Team (“Team”) on 36 Non-governmental Organizations (“NGOs”) that are on State Treasurer John Kennedy list of those that have failed to comply with the law.

According to Kennedy, the MARTIN L. KING, JR. NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION IN SHREVEPORT owes the Louisiana taxpayers $100,000.

Corporate Information:
Address: 1422 MLK, Jr. Drive, Shreveport, LA 71107
It is duly incorporated with the Secretary of State and is in good standing.
Registered Agent: CLARINDA HENDERSON, 1422 MLK, JR. DRIVE, SHREVEPORT, LA 71107
President: BENNY RAY DOTIE, 748 BOOTH DRIVE, SHREVEPORT, LA 71107
Treasurer: GUY HAMILTON, 1140 N. MCDANIEL SHREVEPORT, LA 71107
Vice President: GRAY YOUNG, 3205 SIDNEY, SHREVEPORT, LA 71107
Secretary:  LILLIAN WADE,  1422 MLK, JR. DRIVE, SHREVEPORT, LA 71107
Officer:  CLARINDA HENDERSON, 2028 ADDITION, SHREVEPORT, LA 71107

monopoly-BelieveFinancials:
990 IRS Report: NOT FOUND ON-LINE
Audit report: NOT FOUND ON-LINE

Mission statement:
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Neighborhood Association mission is to offer programs that are geared towards uniting children, youth, adults and seniors so they can all work toward a common goal which is to develop a greater since of pride and cohesiveness in the community.

A Determined truth-seeker cannot fail!Possible political connections:
Usually, a NGO must have the approval of the leges in whose districts the organization is located to be funded. The organization is in Rep. Patrick Williams and Sen. Greg Tarver’s districts. Check with the leges for more information.

Priorities:
One can only assume that the leges would not have appropriated the funds for the organization unless its needs were a higher priority than the state colleges and universities which had their funding reduced and student tuition was raised.

Anyone who thinks that funding the organization is not a higher priority than our state colleges and universities, please forward this to your leges for an explanation of their priorities because I can’t explain it.

C.B.

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