Hanover Veterans Non-Profit Shut Down For Financial Misdeeds

An Upper Valley nonprofit that serves veterans is being shut down after an investigation by the Attorney General’s office found evidence of fraud.

Project VetCare provides housing and support to military veterans, as well as a meeting place for students at Dartmouth College who are veterans. The non-profit, which was formed in 2012, owns two houses in Hanover.

According to a preliminary investigation released Thursday by the state’s Charitable Trust Unit, Danielle Goodwin, the group’s executive director, used donated funds to purchase a Florida cruise vacation,  …More

| NHPR

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