Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson was first accused of being in on her ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers’ cancer scam and now the charity she promotes to help raise funds for cancer is being questioned.
Vicki has been promoting a charity called, Kill All Cancer, even talking about the organization on the show. Her co-stars and fans have questioned the motive of the charity that doesnâ€™t collect funds but â€œserves as a â€˜pass throughâ€™ for you to make donations without fear that the money is being used in nefarious ways.â€ All funds raised go directly to City of Hope.
According to the California Attorney Generalâ€™s Registry of Charitable Trusts, Kill All Cancer was never registered with the office.
â€œWe cannot find any record of an organization with the name Kill All Cancer registered with our office,â€ a spokesman exclusively told RadarOnline. â€œOrganizations operating in California must register with the Attorney Generalâ€™s Registry of Charitable Trusts within 30 days of when they receive their first assets.â€
The websiteâ€™s GoFundMe page, which was created on September 19, 2016, has only received $143 of their $500k goal.
â€œWhy wouldnâ€™t we just donate directly to the charities? What is the purpose of having a â€˜middle manâ€™ charity?â€ one commenter on the page asked, as another said, â€œHaving Vile Vicki Gunvalson as a spokesperson for a â€˜charityâ€™ for cancer is the most disgusting thing that I have seen in a long time.â€
The charity also does not have their 501(c)(3) status, which would make a non-profit organization exempt from federal income tax.â€
As of October 11th, the Kill All Cancer website has been taken down, with a â€œcoming soonâ€ logo. The website claims it has applied for status as a 501(c)(3) organization.
Photo Credit: Bravo