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Donald E. Archey

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New World Church


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The Archey AIDS Foundation

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Pastor Donald E. Archey
Archey AIDS Foundation, Inc/ Union Baptist Church/ Minister


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Pastor Donald E. Archey
Pastor Donald E. Archey Pastor Donald E. Archey Biography, of Pastor Donald E. Archey Over two decades of being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, God has molded, directed and inspired Pastor Donald E. Archey who has quickly become one of the most electrifying, inspirational HIV/AIDS advocates and motivational speaker in recent years. And now Pastor Archey is an author of the book."Pastor How Did You Get AIDS?"Limited supply of advance copies now available ! Order now ! @ www.aafoundation.net Pastor Archey co-founded the Archey AIDS Foundation along with Edward John Kearse in May of 1998. After years of setbacks, Pastor Archey and Edward Kearse' relentless persistence and determination to help others was finally recognized by the federal government and was granted 501© (3) non-for-profit tax exempt status in June of 2002. Reaching down to the root of this powerhouse speaker, one finds a very humble beginning in Pastor Archey which he still maintains. Pastor Archey was bron on August 21, 1961 Over the past 20 years, Pastor Archey has journeyed all over the nation. By air, Archey has been fortunate enough to travel to such countries as England, Holland, Germany and France. Though Pastor Archey has traveled extensively and has been nominated and has won many awards, though he sits on many loca,l and state boards, and committees diligently working for HIV prevention, Pastor Archey's mission remains consistent: To serve the Lord and broaden the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Redefining Archey's experiences, each speaking engagement is like a roaring church service with a Pastor at the rudder. Poetically, and skillfully weaving a scriptural message into each HIV/AIDS speech, Pastor Archey delivers each HIV/AIDS speech with the authority of one who knows God face to face.


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Pastor Donald E. Archey
Pastor Donald E. Archey Biography, of Pastor Donald E. Archey Over two decades of being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, God has molded, directed and inspired Pastor Donald E. Archey who has quickly become one of the most electrifying, inspirational HIV/AIDS advocates and motivational speaker in recent years. And now Pastor Archey is an author of the book."Pastor How Did You Get AIDS?"Limited supply of advance copies now available ! Order now ! @ www.aafoundation.net Pastor Archey co-founded the Archey AIDS Foundation along with Edward John Kearse in May of 1998. After years of setbacks, Pastor Archey and Edward Kearse' relentless persistence and determination to help others was finally recognized by the federal government and was granted 501© (3) non-for-profit tax exempt status in June of 2002. Reaching down to the root of this powerhouse speaker, one finds a very humble beginning in Pastor Archey which he still maintains. Pastor Archey was bron on August 21, 1961 Over the past 20 years, Pastor Archey has journeyed all over the nation. By air, Archey has been fortunate enough to travel to such countries as England, Holland, Germany and France. Though Pastor Archey has traveled extensively and has been nominated and has won many awards, though he sits on many loca,l and state boards, and committees diligently working for HIV prevention, Pastor Archey's mission remains consistent: To serve the Lord and broaden the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Redefining Archey's experiences, each speaking engagement is like a roaring church service with a Pastor at the rudder. Poetically, and skillfully weaving a scriptural message into each HIV/AIDS speech, Pastor Archey delivers each HIV/AIDS speech with the authority of one who knows God face to face.


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At the end of September 2006 when it told the Internal Revenue Service it had raised $43,500 since being formed the Fort Wayne foundation had less than $2,000 in its bank account, and Archey said all of that would go toward running the foundations Lets Talk program for area children.
Archey admitted to forging the signature of the foundations treasurer to open a bank account. Archey personally owes nearly as much in back taxes as the foundation has collected in four years of existence. Archey, executive director and board president of the Archey AIDS Foundation, said the accusations raised by people involved with the group are not true. Yes, some is werent dotted, some ts werent crossed, Archey said. But all money has been accounted for. Theres been nothing misappropriated. Archey, who started the foundation in 2002 after going public with the news that he has been living with AIDS since the 1980s, says donors should not worry about the financial questions being raised about the agency and that new policies are being put in place to prevent further problems. It is unclear who approved the new policies or how they will be enforced, because Archey is one of only two board members, and the other member said there has not been a meeting in a year. Ron Muckway said he joined the foundations board as treasurer in August, only to discover that Archey was using agency money to pay his personal bills, including a cable TV bill, credit cards and car insurance. And though Archey said the Lets Talk program continues at the New World Church Outreach Center on Miner Street, Muckway said the program ended months ago. Archey is a pastor at New World Church; he said he gets no income from the foundation. Archey said Muckway was never a board member and that Muckway was only asked to help straighten out the foundations finances because Archey knew he needed assistance. Instead of helping, Archey said, Muckway accused him of stealing. I had nothing to hide; it was no secret I needed help, Archey said. In return I get this. Muckway said he tried to help and showed Archey how to properly handle the foundations expenses but that Archey refused and continued to use foundation money for himself. According to Archey, Cathy Wilson is the boards treasurer. Wilson told The Journal Gazette that Archey has kept the foundations financial information secret from her, used foundation money for personal expenses and forged her signature on bank documents. When it applied for a $20,000 grant last year from the Paul Clarke Foundation, however, Archey stated in the application that the group has an annual budget of $85,000. Archey said the $85,000 figure was a mistake, that he thought the application was asking for a projected budget if it got the grant. No grant was awarded. Archey said the credit card payments were for foundation expenses that he put on his personal credit card. That was ignorance on my part, he said. Its not illegal, but it dont look good. The $147 Comcast bill, he said, was to pay for a package deal that bought telephone, cable TV and Internet service. The telephone and Internet are for foundation use at his house. The cable portion of the bill he reimbursed to the foundation. That has been cleared up, Archey said. Because it was a package deal, I didnt break it down properly. It wasnt anything conniving or stealing, it was just the paper trail wasnt there. The monthly payments to Geico car insurance, Archey said, are for the foundations van and not his own. Muckway contends Archey told him the insurance was for both vehicles. Archey said he has since learned how to document expenses and the foundation now has policies in place to ensure there are no financial questions raised. I just was not that detail-oriented, he said. Archey said he couldnt remember when the last board meeting was but said it has been less than a year. When asked about Wilsons contention that the board has not met in a year, he said, shes missed some meetings. He declined to name the other board members, maintaining that the board will be expanded and he does not want to name the new members because they havent yet been elected. He then said he was reluctant to name current members because, some of them wont be on the board after it is revamped. Archey said the board has struggled because its members are inexperienced in operating non-profits. I take responsibility for that because I lead it, Archey said. For Archey to be president of the board especially a small board could be a major problem. Archey says the money raised over four years for the two shelters for HIV-positive people was never there; his prediction the shelters would open within a year was based on donations that were pledged but never fulfilled. I made those comments when I was under the impression that everyone who said they would help, would help, he said. Ive learned. According to documents the foundation filed with the IRS in October regarding its non-profit status, it has had only $43,500 in income since it was formed in 2002, with three out of five years bringing in less than $10,000. In the meantime, the foundation has spent nearly everything it has taken in, and Archey said the dream of building shelters now rests on the success of a book hes writing, called Pastor, how did you get AIDS? That book, however, is dependent on Archey paying up to $4,000 of the publishing cost. The foundation has two bank accounts one for day-to-day expenses and one for grants. Wilson said the grants account is new it was created without her knowledge and that Archey forged her signature to open it. Archey said he opened the account because he got an e-mail from someone in Nigeria saying they wanted to give the group $2.5 million and needed the foundations bank account number to deposit the money. To be safe, Archey said, he opened the grant account to ensure the Nigerian donor would not be able to withdraw foundation money. When he couldnt get ahold of Wilson, he said, he forged her signature on the account paperwork. It was to open up that account to bring that money in, Archey said. That account has never been touched. The Nigerian offer turned out to be bogus; the ruse to get account numbers is one of the most popular on the Internet. Muckway said the foundations other account is often raided by Archey. Muckway said Archey told him it was to reimburse him for travel to the state board of healths HIV Prevention Community Planning Group meeting in Indianapolis. Archey told The Journal Gazette the gas expenses paid by the foundation were for other trips and not those reimbursed by the state. Archey said the financial questions are not a case of him using foundation money for his personal expenses. Its just the opposite. Im paying AAF bills, Archey said. The concert was to be a fundraiser for the foundation but did not make any money, Archey said. And Donald Archey owes money, as well. Although the IRS granted the Archey AIDS Foundation tax-exempt status in October, Donald Archey owes the IRS nearly $35,000. Federal tax liens filed in Allen County show Archey owes $25,611 in back taxes for 1996 and 1997. Another lien filed in Los Angeles County is for $9,337. Archey said the fact that he owes thousands in back taxes should not worry donors to the tax-exempt organization he runs. Thats me. Thats not the Archey AIDS Foundation, he said. Archey explained that he is on medical disability because of his AIDS and has no way to pay the debt. The Drug and Alcohol Consortium of Allen County made a $3,500 grant to the foundation in June that Archey said was used to pay for the Lets Talk program. Archey said the money paid for food for the children in the program, as well as activities and equipment for the program, but Muckway said the Lets Talk program ended in September and that the only activity the foundation has now is an after-school program that is little more than games and food. Archey said Lets Talk has been expanded to encompass the after-school activities. Archey was arrested in Allen County in September 2003 on a fugitive warrant out of Georgia and held without bond, but Georgia officials chose not to extradite him, according to court documents. Archey said the warrant was a result of his former life as a drug abuser and was for possession of cocaine, but the charges have since been taken care of.


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