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Via NY Post:

A major donor to the Wounded Warrior Project veterans’ charity called Thursday for the nonprofit’s CEO to resign in light of allegations of lavish spending on staff meetings, according to a CBS News report.

Fred and Dianne Kane, the parents of two Iraq War veterans, have donated $325,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project since 2009 through their personal charity, Tee-off for a Cause.

Slightly more than half of the Kanes’ donations directly benefited veterans, according to CBS News.

But after recent tax forms reflected questionable spending by the veterans’ charity on staff expenditures, including $26 million on conferences and meetings at luxury hotels, Fred Kane called for CEO Steven Nardizzi to be fired.

“Hearing that there was this waste of money, donor dollars that should have been going to servicemen and -women that were injured, and that it was spent on [Wounded Warrior Project staff] having a good time — it’s a real disappointment,” Dianne Kane told CBS News.

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