- Sep 13, 2010
To be fair he's probably right up Rehab's street...Incredible I agree. and to top it all he was recently granted a Rehab person of the year award, I swear, they showed Grainne Ni Seoige and one of the Corr sisters present it to him
Generally speaking I would be a defender of the PS however the HSE has serious questions to answer in respect of its vetting/auditing processes.
But yet he got a whole liveline to slag of Mick WallaceJack and Jill spent money promoting the CEO get elected to a political office. Hardly a mention anywhere. Jack & Jill founder Jonathan Irwin admits donor cash spent on Seanad lobbying bid
Just look at him, would you buy a used car from this man?[/QUO
Indeed he has that creepy leechy look one wouldn't associate with consolation. Does anybody think the guy with the dirty beard look who spoke on the TV lastnight who I think is in charge of regulation also has a look that doesn't inspire confidence?
"It is immoral to use private property in order to alleviate the horrible evils that result from the institution of private property. It is both immoral and unfair." - Oscar Wilde 1891, The Soul of Man under SocialismAnother charity has seemingly been caught with it's Chief Executives hands in the cookie jar.
Console's CEO quits after RTÉ probe into charity - Independent.ie
This is not the first time we have been here. Rehab being the last one, and only relatively recently.
- Why are there so many Irish charities
- Why are so many charities doing the job that the state ostensibly should be doing
- Do the charities do a better job than the state
- Are the charities in fact entities that enrich their founders
- Are the bosses of charities all rich
- Why aren't the state bodies who give money to charities checking out the status of those they give the money to
More on charletan Paul Kelly
CEO of suicide charity Console resigns as "history of deception" is revealed
Kelly has a history when it comes to misrepresentation and deception
- Who autorises such a person to be a CEO of a charity
- Why is it a good idea to have many people from one family running a charity, this is not good practice
- Why did revenue give them charity status if the family relations rule was broken
-Why is the HSE internal audit taking more than a year
- What checks did the HSE do prior to giving them the money
- And of course, apart from salaries, where did the actual money go, bet that's another problem
they all have CEO's with too much pay. homeless one 90 k, a drug rehab one something like 130k and 10k expenses.Drug addiction is good for some people. Most the charity shop with volunteers staff have a soft job CEO on big cashYou couldn`t meet a more honest person than the accountant Jim Luby.
Going back to the OP
Money making machine for those that may be dishonest. Most charities hopefully are run for the right reasons still.
you worked with console?What amazed me Hammer was that they were so blaze. I just started working in this organisation and from the word go they were so open about what they were doing and expecting me to go along with it like it were completely normal. Professionally, ethically and legally it was wrong and I came to the decision to leave after a discussion with the ODCE.
as soon as i get the money from that Nigerian CEO who needs my help to move billions i will share my good fortune with you. i have to wait till the microsoft guy who phoned helps me fix the pcI was so disgusted watching this that I have decided to set up my own charity to act as a watchdog. All contributions please to my Lagos account.
I wonder would Miriam become a patron. I know she has her knockers but she would be a good front for it. Genuinely!
The hse didn't exactly cover themselves in glory either. ..claiming they had no choice but to increase their funding despite all the issues with the organisation. ..no choice apparently. ..rather than provide the service themselvesthey all have CEO's with too much pay. homeless one 90 k, a drug rehab one something like 130k and 10k expenses.Drug addiction is good for some people. Most the charity shop with volunteers staff have a soft job CEO on big cash
I would not give any of them a penny. Or donate anything to the shops. if I had anything to give i would give it direct to someone who needed it