Haiti Project Releases Key Leaders Due to Felony Warrant and Financial Improprieties

By: Staff Email
By: Staff Email

The board of directors has found it prudent to release the newly appointed Executive Director, along with the Business Manager, as of Feb 17, 2011. After financial improprieties and a felony warrant issued in Florida for previous business practices were discovered.

“We found it necessary to conclude our relationship with these two individuals as their moral standards did not fit those of Community Renewal, Inc.,” Mike Stickler, President of the Board of Community Renewal, Inc.

The leadership of Help Build Hope Haiti says the dismissal of these key leadership positions so early in a fledgling project undermines confidence of some of its sponsors. To retain the communityʼs trust, the organization found it necessary to take immediate action.

Help Build Hope Haiti continues forward with its builds in Las Vegas, Dallas, Reno, San Antonio and Houston for 2011.

Community Renewal, Inc., established in 2005, is the lead agency for HBHH, under the leadership of the President of the Board, Mike Stickler. CRI has worked to relieve the pain and suffering of the impoverished and disenfranchised where it sees a need it can meet. Known for its work in Northern Nevada Angel Tree, in collaboration with PFM, has provided over 3,000 Christmas gifts to children of incarcerated parents, sending 250 of those to summer camp, with the hopes to reestablish bonds between the parent and the child; the littlest victims of crime.

For more information about Community Renewal and its life-impacting work, contact us at 775-825-1874 or go online to helpbuildhopehaiti.org.


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