A Non Profit Model for Rough Economic Times

The Atlanta Journal Constitution ran an two opeds on Angel Food Ministries.  Pastor Wingo wrote one of them.

Is CEO pay at Angel Food Ministries excessive? Two views –

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Yes: Their conflicts of interest mean they don’t deliver on credibility


The charitable sector is struggling to keep the public’s confidence because it lacks good governance, financial accountability, transparency and provisions against conflicts of interests. It mirrors the attributes — greed, arrogance and outrageous corporate behavior — assigned to the for-profit sector.


No: Salary is within fair range after 5 years of working for free


A New York Times headline of a few weeks ago, “Newly Poor Swell Lines at Food Banks Nationwide,” confirms a growing class of Americans who need food.


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