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The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred) is the charity of Kathryn Goetzke White, also known as Kathryn L. Goetzke. [1]

Personnel Edit

Board of directors: [2][3]

  • Kathryn Goetzke White - Founder and treasurer
  • Tom Dean - Chairman (2012-present), investment banker
  • Susan Minamyer - Secretary (2012-present)
  • Jim Link - Director (2012-present), in marketing
  • John Grohol - Director (2012-present), founded psychcentral.com in 1995
  • Mindy Magrane - Director (2012-present), head of RHR International LLP, "a firm of management psychologists and consultants who work closely with senior executives to accelerate individual, team and business performance."

Other employees:

  • Melissa Marshburn Bunker - Marketing, Social and Events Manager (March 2012 - November 2012). [4] Previously worked in business development for television commercial production companies Boulevard Films of North Carolina, ClickFire Media, and Click3X. [4]
  • Sarah Newman - press contact (2013), works for marketing firm SMA Impact aka Sandra Marshall and Associates. [5]

Activities Edit

Field For Hope Edit

In 2013, iFred promoted the planting of sunflower fields. The Kristen Brooks Hope Center participated in the project. [6]

Last year, this campaign successfully led to planting sunflowers in fields across the United States, Liberia, Kenya, Nepal, Germany, Mexico, Australia, and more.

Finances Edit

From iFred's 990 forms: [3]

2012 Edit

Income Edit

  • $439,686 - Total income (48.1% in accounts receivable)
    • $428,733 - Grant from Kathryn Goetzke White's company Innovative Analysis
    • $10,953 - Gifts and contributions

Expenses Edit

  • $383,177 - Total expenses
    • $71,154 - Compensation to Kathryn Goetzke White
    • $24,904 - Grants to organizations inside the US
      • $12,500 - Grant to the Kristen Brooks Hope Center
    • $20,016 - Grants to organizations outside the US
    • $103,115 - Salaries and wages
    • $22,070 - Travel expenses
    • $21,249 - Conferences and meetings
    • $18,782 - Office expenses
    • $15,300 - Legal expense
    • $26,291 - Public relations
    • $31,201 - Marketing
    • $14,261 - Web site expenses
    • $10,506 - Press expenses

2011 Edit

Income Edit

  • $262,558 - Total income
    • $233,799 - Income from sales of inventory (61.9% in accounts receivable)
    • $28,779 - Gifts and contributions

Expenses Edit

  • $108,379 - Total expenses
    • $10 - Salary to Kathryn White
    • $61,871 - Advertising and promotion
    • $10,598 - Web site expenses
    • $9,503 - Office expenses
    • $8,539 - Travel expense

2010 Edit

Income Edit

  • $8,091 - Gifts and contributions

Expenses Edit

  • $10 - Salary to Kathryn White
  • $4,691 - All other expenses

Relationships Edit

Goetzke companies Edit

Innovative Analysis Edit

Innovative Analysis was founded in 2002 as a "Strategic Marketing, Management Consulting and Research Services" business. The company's business address was a relatively small house between mansions with private docks in an upper class section of Annapolis. Goetzke listed the private Port Williams Marina on Bembe Beach Road as her address. [16]

Mood Factory Edit

Goetzke founded Mood Factory in 2000. [1]

Relation to Gamergate Edit

Zoe Quinn pledged that a portion of the proceeds from Depression Quest would go to iFred. [17]

Following an attack that shut down its IndieGogo page, The Fine Young Capitalists appeased Zoe Quinn by pledging to donate money to iFred. [18]

Charity status Edit

As of August 2014, iFred was not listed in the IRS online database of tax-exempt organizations. [19] iFred was removed from the Arkansas list of registered charitable organizations between May 2014 and August 2014. [20] [21]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Kathryn L. Goetzke, http://www.linkedin.com/in/kathryngoetzke
  2. Board of Directors, iFred, http://www.ifred.org/about/board-of-directors
  3. 3.0 3.1 iFred's 990 forms, Foundation Center, http://990finder.foundationcenter.org/990results.aspx?990_type=&fn=&st=&zp=&ei=201427003&fy=&action=Find
  4. 4.0 4.1 Melissa Marshburn Bunker, LinkedIn, http://www.linkedin.com/pub/melissa-marshburn-bunker/17/9bb/1b3
  5. 5.0 5.1 International FIELD FOR HOPE Campaign Launches at 17th Annual PRISM Awards; Seeks to End the Stigma of Depression, iFred, April 26, 2013, http://www.webwire.com/ViewPressRel.asp?aId=173790
  6. Field For Hope, iFred, http://www.ifred.org/ourwork/fieldforhope
  7. Tuohy Law Offices, http://www.tuohylawoffices.com/
  8. iFred's Facebook page, accessed August 30, 2014
  9. burgers, fries, and iFred, anonymous Pastebin post, http://pastebin.com/ms5e3GZC
  10. An automatic fuel bleeding system, Ocean Navigator, Apr 26, 2010, http://www.oceannavigator.com/March-April-2010/An-automatic-fuel-bleeding-system/
  11. Innovative Analysis home page as of 2005, http://web.archive.org/web/20050302041758/http://www.innovativeanalysis.com/
  12. John White -- U.S. House of Representatives, Maryland's 3rd District, Baltimore Sun, September 07, 2006, http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2006-09-07/news/0609070044_1_safe-and-secure-3rd-district-drug-plan
  13. Pornpracha "Cha" Chunchadatharn, Scanio Harper Funeral Home, http://www.scanioharperfuneralhome.com/memsol.cgi?user_id=34170
  14. Serita Stevens, The 17th Annual Prism Awards: Making A Difference in People's Lives, LA Splash, http://www.lasplash.com/publish/Entertainment/cat_index_worldwide_entertainment/the-17th-annual-prisim-awards-making-a-difference-in-people-s-lives.php
  15. Universal Technical Institute Foundation launches Military Transition Support program to aid returning veterans, press release, November 11, 2013, http://news.yahoo.com/universal-technical-institute-foundation-launches-military-transition-support-140000440.html
  16. Innovative Analysis, Logos Database, http://www.logosdatabase.com/logo/innovative-analysis_78130928
  17. Depression Quest, Games For Change, 2014, http://www.gamesforchange.org/play/depression-quest/
  18. On the Conspiracy, The Fine Young Capitalists, Aug 24th, 2014, http://thefineyoungcapitalists.tumblr.com/post/95626418480/on-the-conspiracy
  19. Search for Charities, IRS, http://www.irs.gov/Charities-&-Non-Profits/Search-for-Charities, accessed August 30, 2014
  20. Registered charities, Arkansas Secretary of State, http://web.archive.org/web/20140517120737/http://www.law.state.ak.us/pdf/consumer/registered_charities.pdf
  21. Registered charities, Arkansas Secretary of State, http://www.law.state.ak.us/pdf/consumer/registered_charities.pdf, accessed August 30, 2014
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