A reader has requested an account of the Hope Chest’s expenditures.
I personally have no difficulty with the request although I lack the time to do the required report. The report would need to respect the confidentiality of the recipients of donations.
People have asked for assistance on the tacit understanding that their situation is not somehow broadcast and I’d think that readers can appreciate the possibility of embarrassment if we were to disclose names.
The request is educational for me given that I’m in the process of considering arrangements for setting up the Pre-NESARA Bridge Fund, which we expect to come online as soon as the call comes in that funds have arrived. It suggests that the first person I hire be one who sees to record-keeping and oversight.
In the meantime, I’d be grateful for the assistance of someone with knowledge of financial reports who’d be willing to take the Paypal and other financial records and turn them into a report that preserves the confidentiality of recipients while making plain and transparent all financial expenditures. Perhaps respondents could state their qualifications for carrying out such a report to help me decide. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
I anticipate that the report will demonstrate that all funds have only gone towards the support of lightworkers in dire straits.
Recently because my own funds are close to giving out, I’ve asked the Hope Chest to pay for, if I recall correctly, two interviews with Archangel Michael and Sanat Kumara for advice on how to set up the Bridge Fund, which will absorb the Hope Chest and carry on its work. Other similar interviews have been paid for by NESARA custodians out of their own pockets.
I’ve personally paid for all my previous interviews with AAM, but the level of contact needed in the beginning stages of setting up the Bridge Fund is now overtaking my ability to fund matters.
I should also acknowledge the assistance given me in this regard by one of the custodians, who has reached into her own pocket to buy me needed equipment. When the story is told of the setting up of NESARA, readers may be surprised to discover how much of the start-up costs have been selflessly funded by “ordinary” people from their own pockets.
While we’re on the subject of finances, I’d like to acknowledge that Ryan Vaughan has personally paid for all costs incurred for the web hosting of the 2012 Scenario site and that GD is personally bearing the cost of producing the radio show, “An Hour with an Angel.” I hope to be able to reimburse both of them from the Bridge Fund but they have nonetheless carried out these actions without any expectation of reimbursement.