RHOA Charity Event Scandal, Saving Our Daughters Tax Exempt Status Revoked


After Saving Our Daughters released a statement saying they did not receive any of the proceeds from Kenya Moore’s charity event on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kenya released screenshots of text messages between her and the CEO of the organization thanking her or her donation. Now, RealityTea is reporting that the charity’s tax exempt status has been revoked by the IRS.

The site reports, “According to the IRS, Saving our daughters is NOT a 501(c)3 organization, even though they claim this on their website. The nonprofit had their status revoked in May of last year, for failing to file a form 990 for three consecutive years.”

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