Not good news
In January of 2015, the nonprofit Architecture for Humanity abruptly dissolved after over a decade of initiating humanitarian design projects all over the world. Now a lawsuit contends that its founders and board members mismanaged funds, bringing some larger questions to light: What did the organization accomplish during its 15-year existence? And what, exactly, went wrong?
In a story for Architectural Record, Jenna M. McKnight reports on a $3 million lawsuit filed on behalf of Janina M. Hoskins, a trustee of Architecture for Humanity’s estate, which alleges “gross mismanagement” by the nonprofit’s leadership.
Read the Full Story HERE >>>> Source: Architecture for Humanity Founders Face $3M Lawsuit Alleging Mismanagement of Funds – Curbed