“A man who ran a free clothing store on Welton Street in Five Points was charged Monday with eight felony counts of charitable fraud and theft, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office.
Travis Singhaus, 47, operated Impact Network, also known as Impact Locally, and the Impact Humanity store that gave clothes to people experiencing homelessness in Denver.
Prosecutors think that Singhaus stole grant funds totaling $349,000 from a Denver philanthropic organization by using the Employer Identification Number (EIN) of another charity to claim that Impact Network had legal charitable status, according to the DA’s Office.
Singhaus never registered any of his entities with the state Secretary of State or the Internal Revenue Service. He also never obtained charitable or tax-exempt status, the DA’s Office said.”
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Campbell-Hicks, Jennifer. Channel 9 News 10 January 2022.