Some of the fake charity groups Christine Quinn used to divert discretionary funds for personal political gain.
- American Association of Concerned Veterans received $422,763 in slush funds.
- Association of Community Partners received $400,000 in slush funds.
- Coalition for a Strong Special Education received $400,000 in slush funds.
- Community Development for Stronger Neighborhoods received $300,000 in slush funds.
- Firewood Senior Services Center received $300,000 in slush funds.
- Immigration Improvement Project of NY received $300,000 in slush funds.
- Rockwood Regional Development Foundation received $300,000 in slush funds.
- Moving Up, Building Bridges received $250,000 in slush funds.
As a follow-up to yesterday's post (that FY 2007 Schedule C was missing), we have turned up a copy, and now all eight years' worth of Schedules C's during Christine Quinn's speakership of the New York City Council are now uploaded onto Scribd. These are public documents, yet FY 2007 was not publicly available. Maybe it was because the FY 2007 Schedule C was used by The New York Post to expose the fact that Speaker Quinn had used fake charity groups to hide a political slush fund to dole out to her supporters. (This $$ Is Hers For The Faking * NYPost)