A few things you need to know about Foxie’s Fund. I have donated to Foxie’s Fund but found a few discrepancies and misrepresentation posted about their Non-Profit status. Basically the fund is run by one man only who is the CEO, CFO and the Secretary, named Dominick Tambone. | foxiesfund.net | facebook.com/groups/1567153003535309/ | Though we are dissatisfied about a number of things, I will highlight just a few. Foxie’s Fund was just incorporated in December as a Domestic Non-Profit in Georgia State. Please bear in mind, this merely means that it’s a corporation and just because they were incorporated as a non-profit that doesn’t give them the non profit status automatically. In order for Foxie’s Fund to operate as a non-profit and a tax exempt, it has to get approved by the IRS and officially receive the determination letter. | If you check the database or the select check tool at the IRS website, you will find that Foxie’s Fund is not listed as a tax exempt charity. We have also called the IRS and they confirmed it as well. But if you see the Foxie’s Fund FB page or their website, under file, there is a document which states donations are tax deductible and on the bottom right corner, you can see that they have mentioned that they are officially 501(c)(3) approved, which is false. | The second thing is we don’t anything about the process. Everything is very secretive. When I requested for financial statement on how much fund was collected and how it was spent, I was blocked by Dominick and the admins and Dominick posted on the FB page that my accusations were false. All we requested was to show us the determination letter from the IRS stating Foxie’s is a 501(c)(3) approved as claimed by them. Dominick Tambone will posts a few receipts here and there but one can hardly understand how money is being spent. Most times the receipts are blurr. We cannot ask anything like is there a estimated cost for the treatment given by the hospital, they will say that is against their rules. | After asking so many times, we had no other choice but to file a official complaint with the IRS was misrepresentation of the IRC code, the Georgia Tax division and also the Secretary State of Georgia. They were posting many times donations were tax deductible and they were non-profit but after we questioned them they have deleted most of them. | I have given the link for the IRS website as well as Georgia Registered Charity, you can verify it for yourself. Basically there are too many misrepresentation by this Fund. My question is “Why”? | I have asked them multiple times to show financial statements but Dominick Tambone the CEO refused to provide it and instead started posting slandering remarks against me on the Foxie’s Fund Facebook page. The other unusual thing is Foxie’s Fund is a corporation but when you click the PayPal donation link on their website it shows [email protected] // as the recipient and not Foxie’s Fund. | i have all the documentation to prove my allegations. Foxie’s Fund or anyone else can reach me anytime to discuss my allegations. Ever since we started questioning them about their non-profit status and their post claiming donations are tax deductible, they have deleted those posts from their Facebook page though some still remains. We managed to take screen shots of all those posts before they were deleted. | So to sum it up, Foxie’s Funds is not a 501(c)(3) and donations are not tax deductible. If you requests for financial statement to see how our funds were used Dominick Tambone will slander the character of the person requesting it. That’s what happened to me. Check for yourself using this link from the IRS and you will see Foxie’s Fund is not a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. | https://www.irs.gov/Charities-&-Non-Profits/Exempt-Organizations-Select-Check
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