Team Rubicon and transparency

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Mike Lee

Mike Lee, a native of Chicago, graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a degree in Creative Writing. At LMU, Mike developed international and domestic volunteer trips and served as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Student Veterans Organization. Mike’s professional background is in advertising and marketing, and has experience in executing large print and digital campaigns for non-profit and tourism clients. He lives in Los Angeles where he thinks a lot about dogs, bourbon, and the Chicago Bears.

Team Rubicon needs your financial support for its operations in Pakistan. With widespread reports about the misuse of donations, Team Rubicon offers donors a unique look into how your money is spent. We call it the Donor-Responder connection. Along with our detailed After Action Reports, what you get is transparency. Stay tuned as Team Rubicon responds to one of the worst humanitarian crises in recent history.

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From the Associated Press:

GENEVA — As Washington demands more transparency from Pakistan on how it’s spending its flood aid money, a U.N. agency has launched an unusual appeal for relief funds to be sent directly to a Pakistani or Swiss bank account — with none of the usual monitoring safeguards.