A woman who admitted she stole money from a charity that used calendars of firefighters to raise money for The Children’s Hospital burn unit is heading to jail.
A firefighters calendar has emerged from the ashes of an embezzlement scandal a year after it was learned the calendar’s founder was stealing money intended for young burn victims.
A woman has pleaded guilty to felony theft for stealing money from a charity raising money for The Children’s Hospital burn unit.
Kirsten Hamling is accused of stealing more than $200,000 from the organization called Fired Up for Kids.
The money related to the calendars was supposed to be for charity, but now the founder of Fired Up For Kids faces charges of theft, charitable fraud, filing false tax returns and more.
A woman accused of taking more than $200,000 from a charity she had organized to help the burn unit at The Children’s Hospital has been arrested and formally charged.
A new organization has taken over a firefighters’ calendar and promises the money will go to help young burn victims.
Charity calendars featuring Colorado firefighters will return next year, but this time under a new nonprofit organization.
The state attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Fired Up For Kids, the group behind the firefighter calendars said to be for charity.
The Colorado attorney general’s office has filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve a Denver nonprofit organization that produced firefighter calendars to raise money for The Children’s Hospital Burn Center.