The Red Cross forced Gerald Anderson to resign from his position as head of the global charity’s half-billion-dollar response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake after concluding that he’d sexually harassed at least one subordinate, and then helped him secure a high-paying job with Save the Children.
If you want to help Haiti recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew, don’t donate to the American Red Cross. That’s the message from some Haitians.
Whistleblower Tony Menendez exposed giant oil services company Halliburton’s corrupt accounting practices. The noble act claimed nine years of his life.
ProPublica says American Red Cross CEO Gail McGovern lied when she stated as fact that 91 cents of every donor dollar donated goes to humanitarian services.
The American Red Cross continues to resist ProPublica’s request for information on the charity’s $300 million Hurricane Sandy spending, argues that information constitute a “trade secret.”