22 Oct '15, 7pm

Good intentions gone awry?

Good intentions gone awry?

Virginia Senator Mark Warner has called for an IRS investigation into nonprofit Wounded Wheels, which purports to obtain cars for veterans, but hasn’t delivered one single car in three years of operation. Sen. Warner called for the investigation after a story in the Virginian Pilot revealed the Norfolk-based charity had raised $90,000 from the public over four years but had yet to give away any cars to veterans. Reality show “FantomWorks,” is about a Virginia auto restoration shop. In the first season, owner Dan Short announced that he had started a nonprofit, Wounded Wheels, dedicated to adapting classic muscle cars for paraplegic war veterans. The only problem is that the charity has yet to deliver any cars to any veterans since its inception in 2012. Former shop employees have said that the first muscle car that was modified, a 1970 Chevy Chevelle, is unsafe and may be ...

Full article: http://www.militaryconnection.com/blog/6245/non-profit-fa...

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