City Audit Finds Poor Accounting at SF Nonprofit that Helps Homeless

2017-08-31T16:43:02+00:00August 31st, 2017|Categories: HUB-Posts, National & Local News|Tags: |

A San Francisco nonprofit that received $1.5 million in city grants to help the homeless hasn’t kept a clear record of where the money is going and could be in danger of losing its nonprofit status.

An audit released Monday by the city controller found several severe problems at the United Council of Human Services, which offers hot meals at its Mother Brown’s Dining Room on Jennings Street and supportive permanent housing in 35 Hope Houses scattered throughout the Bayview.

Source: http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/City-audit-finds-poor-accounting-at-SF-nonprofit-12114309.php