HASC

HASC Agreement Ends Legal Action

Controversial employee remains at special-needs academy.

12/20/2011
Editor And Publisher

An agreement was reached last week between the Hebrew Academy for Special Children (HASC, Inc.) and a board member who had initiated legal proceedings in both civil and religious courts against the charity after being removed from her volunteer position in June without cause, she claimed.

Camp HASC Supporters Plan Legal Action To Reverse `Brazen Coup D’Etat’

 In the wake of our April 15 story, “HASC Staff Fighting Return Of Disgraced Exec,” an effort is under way to bring legal action against the board of directors of the highly praised special needs camp for rehiring Bernard Moshe Kahn, who was forced to resign more than seven years ago for alleged improper use of charitable funds.

HASC Staff Fighting Return Of Disgraced Exec

Supporters of camp for children with special needs call board action corrupt.

04/12/2011
Editor And Publisher

Seven and a half years after being forced to step down as the top executive of the Hebrew Academy for Special Needs (HASC) amid allegations of serious financial improprieties on his part, Bernard Moshe Kahn of Brooklyn is back — but not without a fight from some of the organization’s most dedicated staff and supporters.

A group of fundraisers for HASC, above, have put their efforts on hold because of the “deceit[ful]” reinstatement of Moshe Kahn.
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