HERE IS ALL THE NEWEST INFO ON THE CHARITY THAT MR RASMUSSEN SUPPOSEDLY MAKES NO PROFIT OFF OF BUT GETS 13,000.00 GRANTS FROM. AMAZING & NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY HE SO VEHEMENTLY ATTACKED A PERSON HE WAS PROSECUTING ABOUT HER 501(C)3 SAYING SOME VERY OFF THE WALL THINGS ABOUT FRAUD & SECTRETING AWAY FUNDS OR PROPERTY… IT IS TRUE SOMETIMES PEOPLE ACCUSE OF WHO THEY ARE OR WHAT THEY ARE DOING. NO WORRIES BECAUSE I HAVE FORWARDED THIS TO HER AS WELL SO SHE MIGHT BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND WHERE HIS RANTINGS CAME FROM. I’M SURE SHE CAN USE IT IN HER CASE AS WELL. JUST PUT IT THIS WAY, I AM TIRED OF CORRUPTION, THE GOOD OLD BOY CLUBS & PROSECUTORS & JUDGES WHO THINK THEY ARE ABOVE THE LAW. I AM GOING TO BE THE ONE WHO GOES AFTER EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM. THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD & I’LL DAMN SURE BET YOU, YOU’LL RUN OUT OF INK BEFORE I DO! IF EVEN SO MUCH AS ONE HAIR ON THIS WOMAN’S HEAD IS DISHEVELED I WILL MAKE SURE I BRING EVERY AGENCY I CAN TO YOUR SLEEPY FILTHY LITTLE TOWN. IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE NOW, YOUR OPPONENTS CAN SEE THIS NOW, THE MEDIA CAN SEE IT. IT IS ALSO NOW COMMON KNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE THREATENED THIS WOMAN. YOU ARE NO MORE THAN A BULLY WHO WEARS MORE MAKE-UP IN ONE PHOTO SHOOT THEN I WEAR ALL YEAR, BLOG ALL YOU WANT I CAN BLOG TOO, BLOW YOUR OWN HORN ALL YOU WANT BECAUSE I WILL BE THERE TO WATCH YOU FALL & OH WHAT A AWESOME SOUND IT MAKES WHEN THE MIGHTY FALL. HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE LOCKED UP IN YOUR COUNTY THAT SHOULDN’T BE? WORSE YET HOW MANY ARE WALKING AROUND FREE THAT SHOULDN’T BE??? THE GREATEST TRICK THE DEVIL EVER PULLED WAS CONVINCING THE WORLD HE DID NOT EXIST. I KNOW WHERE HE LIVES…
LOOK AT THIS SITE & DOWNLOAD THE 2 FILES FROM KREM NEWS THAT WILL SHOW YOU THE REST OF HIS LIES
WATER FOR LIFE INTERNATIONAL
UBI Number 602789670
State Of Incorporation WA
WA Filing Date 12/20/2007
Expiration Date 12/31/2011
Registered Agent Information
Agent Name AARON RASMUSSEN
Address 1312 N MONROE ST
Special Address Information
President BARTHOLOMEW, ROD
13712 W LINCOLN RD SPOKANE, WA
Vice President BARHOLOMEW, GARY
13710 W LINCOLN RD SPOKANE, WA
Secretary RASMUSSEN, AARON
1702 N HOLLISTON RD SPOKANE, WA
Secretary WENDT, NORMA
PO BOX 538 SPOKANE, WA
Treasurer WENDT, NORMA
PO BOX 538 SPOKANE, WA
Chairman RASMUSSEN, TIM
17426 N MEADOWVIEW LN NINE MILE FALLS, WA
THIS IS PART OF THE STATEMENT THAT MR RASMUSSEN MADE TO THE BAR ASSOCIATION… YET IF THEY HAD BOTHERED TO ACTUALLY INVESTIGATE THEY WOULD’VE MOST CERTAINLY FOUND THIS. ISN’T THE BOARD MADE UP OF LAWYERS? SO BACK TO MY ORIGINAL QUESTION? WHY IS IT IF I CAN FIND ALL THIS INFO ON LINE, WHY CANT THE WASHINGTON STATE BAR ASSOCIATION? TO UNDERSTAND THEIR GOOD OLD BOY CODE OF HONOR IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THERE HAS ONE BEEN ONE CASE OF A PROSECUTOR EVER REPRIMANDED IN THE STATE OF WASHNGTON: JUST TO CLARIFY, THE WSBA HAS ONLY REPRIMANDED ONE PROSECUTOR EVER IN THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF OUR STATE EVEN THOUGH THOUSANDS OF CASES BEFORE THE APPELLATE COURTS CLEARLY SHOW PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT
Tim Rasmussen: “I am a board member of Water for Life International”… “I have never solicited or accepted any donations from any Washington criminal defense attorney for Water For Life International.” …. “I have accepted donations from Washington criminal defense attorneys who are friends to assist an orphanage in Guatemala. “… To do that I asked people I knew to donate to International Children’s Care for the Guatemalan facility.” All donors received a receipt for their in-kind donation directly from International Children’s Care” …”We pooled our resources and bought things for the campus and children. . . . “We sent the things in containers of equipment being sent to the orphanage by the drilling project.” . .. “ I did not benefit in any way, directly or indirectly from any contribution . .”.. “The Guatemalan Orphanage …is owned and operated by International Children’s Care which is based in Vancouver, Washington.”… “I am not connected to them in any way … except I have made donations and solicit donations from friends to assist the orphanage in Guatemala.”.
Contact Us Contact Information
Send email to: Info@H2oForLife.org
Water For Life International P.O. Box 2330 Deer Park WA 99006 Phone 509-842-3952
WATER FOR LIFE
“Container Travails – By Tim Rasmussen”
The container left Spokane for Guatemala on Dec 18. In it was the diesel air cooled engine, more steel well casing, stems of tools, welders, parts, 10 new hand pumps, the special deep well pump for JabonChe, and of course, some things for the orphanage.
We had been told the container shipment would take about 21 days, so Gary Bartholomew was expecting the container would arrive in the second week of January. That week and the next came and went, and still there was no word about the container. Inquires to our shipping agent revealed that the container had been offloaded in Mexico and not put back on the ship. The explanation was vague about why it came off the ship and even more vague about when it would be put back on a ship We were assured however, it would be on the next ship to Guatemala, whenever that would be be!
On January 21, Annette and I left Guatemala. It was a long 23 hour shuttle on and off planes from Flores to Cancun to Houston to San Francisco to Spokane. About a week after we got home, Gary was told the container had come into the country and was in the customs process. At least it had made it into the country.
The container was in the customs process for one week and no word. Then the shipping agent told us that for some reason, the container had been selected for special inventory inspection. The reason behind this selection was unknown, but maybe because it had made an unscheduled stop in Mexico. They insisted on checking on 75% of the contents. There was nothing to do but wait.
Finally on about Feb 15, Gary was told the container would be released immediately upon payment of about $7,000 US. There were the usual charges for storage during the inspection, the inspection itself, and a fee for this and a fee for that. Then he was told that if he waited for 2 more days there would be different supervisor and the fee would be about $500 US less! Gary thought for a moment but realized the extra charges and the waiting truck and the fees would make it about a wash. Gary paid the duty and got the shipment out of that den of thieves as quickly as he could. (I guess the word “thieves” is not politically correct, but that is the word that comes to mind.) The container was 58 days in transit, but he was happy we finally had it, until he opened the door.
What a bunch of Crap! What Timothy Rasmussen Doesn’t Say:
International Children’s Care is an organization which works through various partnership organizations. “VERSACARE” is one of its partner organizations. The VERSACARE Board oversees the assets from its Care Center operations and carries out its grant activities through THE VERSAFUND which annually distributes Grants to various supporting ministries and other qualified organizations, primarily within the Seventh-day Adventist denomination. WATER FOR LIFE (Tim Rasmussen is the Chairman of the Board) is a Seventh-day Adventist organization which is operating this year on a 2011 grant of $13,000 from THE VERSAFUND (See Grant recipients below). VERSACARE is one of the primary partner organizations of INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S CARE (the organization which Tim Rasmussen claims he is not connected with in any way, and that he receives no benefit from directly or indirectly from any donation.)
About International Children’s Care (See, http://www.forhiskids.org/about.php)
International Children’s Care – Partnership Organizations. (See, http://www.forhiskids.org/partners.php)
VERSACARE 2011 Grant List
2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 |
Adventist Health Int’l. Curacao $50,000
Ayeyarwady Adventist Burma $25,000
Rocky Mountain Adventist USA $30,000
La Sierra University Archaeology USA $4,000
Rio Lindo Academy USA $15,000
Holbrook Indian School USA $35,000
Beltsville SDA Church USA $5,000
Brainerd SDA Church USA $15,000
La Sierra University SIFE USA $10,000
ICC El Salvador Nicaragua $100,000
Big Lake Youth Camp USA $12,000
Natives With A Mission USA $20,000
Leoni Meadows USA $20,000
Christian Record Services for the Blind USA $20,000
NAD Office of Education USA $52,500
Hope for Survivors USA $8,500
Women’s Healing & Empowerment USA $25,000
One Mustard Seed USA $6,850
Adventist Forum USA $50,000
Tappahannock SDA Church & Comm. Services USA $10,000
Brainerd SDA Church USA $15,000
Penn Valley SDA Church USA $15,000
Excel / Loma Linda Univ. Church USA $15,000
Parkview Adventist Church USA $20,000
Universidad de Montemorelos A.C. Mexico $35,000
Southwestern Adventist University / KGSW TV USA $25,000
La Sierra University Center for Conflict Resolution USA
La Sierra University Womens Resource Center USA $20,000
La Sierra University School of Religion – HMS Richards Library USA $10,000
Hear and Home Africa $15,000
Adventist Southeast Asia Projects Asia $20,000
ETV Endowment of South Carolina, Inc. USA $50,000
LLU Medical Center – Dept. of Urology USA $20,000
Adventist Wholehealth Network – Parish Nurse Prep Course
South Eastern California Conference USA $5,000
Water for Life Guatemala $13,000
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Telephone : (951) 343-5800 / Fax : (951) 343-5855
RCW 19.09.020 Definitions.
When used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) A “bona fide officer or employee” of a charitable organization is one (a) whose conduct is subject to direct control by such organization; (b) who does not act in the manner of an independent contractor in his or her relation with the organization; and (c) whose compensation is not computed on funds raised or to be raised.
(2) “Charitable organization” means any entity that solicits or collects contributions from the general public where the contribution is or is purported to be used to support a charitable purpose, but does not include any commercial fund-raiser, commercial fund-raising entity, commercial coventurer, or any fund-raising counsel, as defined in this section. Churches and their integrated auxiliaries are not charitable organizations, but are subject to RCW 19.09.100 (12), (15), and (18).
(3) “Charitable purpose” means any religious, charitable, scientific, testing for public safety, literary, or educational purpose or any other purpose that is beneficial to the community, including environmental, humanitarian, patriotic, or civic purposes, the support of national or international amateur sports competition, the prevention of cruelty to children or animals, the advancement of social welfare, or the benefit of law enforcement personnel, firefighters, and other persons who protect public safety. The term “charitable” is used in its generally accepted legal sense and includes relief of the poor, the distressed, or the underprivileged; advancement of religion; advancement of education or science; erecting or maintaining public buildings, monuments, or works; lessening the burdens of government; lessening neighborhood tensions; eliminating prejudice and discrimination; defending human and civil rights secured by law; and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.
(4) “Commercial coventurer” means any individual or corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, limited liability company, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or any other legal entity, that:
(a) Is regularly and primarily engaged in making sales of goods or services for profit directly to the general public;
(b) Is not otherwise regularly or primarily engaged in making charitable solicitations in this state or otherwise raising funds in this state for one or more charitable organizations;
(c) Represents to prospective purchasers that, if they purchase a good or service from the commercial coventurer, a portion of the sales price or a sum of money or some other specified thing of value will be donated to a named charitable organization; and
(d) Does not ask purchasers to make checks or other instruments payable to a named charitable organization or any entity other than the commercial coventurer itself under its regular commercial name.
(5) “Commercial fund-raiser” or “commercial fund-raising entity” means any entity that for compensation or other consideration within this state directly or indirectly solicits or receives contributions for or on behalf of any charitable organization or charitable purpose, or that is engaged in the business of or is held out to persons in this state as independently engaged in the business of soliciting or receiving contributions for such purposes. However, a commercial coventurer, fund-raising counsel, or consultant is not a commercial fund-raiser or commercial fund-raising entity.
(6) “Compensation” means salaries, wages, fees, commissions, or any other remuneration or valuable consideration.
(7) “Contribution” means the payment, donation, promise, or grant, for consideration or otherwise, of any money or property of any kind or value which contribution is wholly or partly induced by a solicitation. Reference to dollar amounts of “contributions” or “solicitations” in this chapter means in the case of payments or promises to pay for merchandise or rights of any description, the value of the total amount paid or promised to be paid for such merchandise or rights.
(8) “Cost of solicitation” means and includes all direct and indirect costs, expenditures, debts, obligations, salaries, wages, commissions, fees, or other money or thing of value paid or incurred in making a solicitation.
(9) “Entity” means an individual, organization, group, association, partnership, corporation, agency or unit of state government, or any combination thereof.
(10) “Fund-raising counsel” or “consultant” means any entity or individual who is retained by a charitable organization, for a fixed fee or rate, that is not computed on a percentage of funds raised, or to be raised, under a written agreement only to plan, advise, consult, or prepare materials for a solicitation of contributions in this state, but who does not manage, conduct, or carry on a fund-raising campaign and who does not solicit contributions or employ, procure, or engage any compensated person to solicit contributions, and who does not at any time have custody or control of contributions. A volunteer, employee, or salaried officer of a charitable organization maintaining a permanent establishment or office in this state is not a fund-raising counsel. An attorney, investment counselor, or banker who advises an individual, corporation, or association to make a charitable contribution is not a fund-raising counsel as a result of the advice.
(11) “General public” or “public” means any individual located in Washington state without a membership or other official relationship with a charitable organization before a solicitation by the charitable organization.
(12) “Membership” means that for the payment of fees, dues, assessments, etc., an organization provides services and confers a bona fide right, privilege, professional standing, honor, or other direct benefit, in addition to the right to vote, elect officers, or hold office. The term “membership” does not include those persons who are granted a membership upon making a contribution as the result of solicitation.
(13) “Other employee” of a charitable organization means any person (a) whose conduct is subject to direct control by such organization; (b) who does not act in the manner of any independent contractor in his or her relation with the organization; and (c) who is not engaged in the business of or held out to persons in this state as independently engaged in the business of soliciting contributions for charitable purposes or religious activities.
(18)(a) “Solicitation” means any oral or written request for a contribution, including the solicitor’s offer or attempt to sell any property, rights, services, or other thing in connection with which:
(i) Any appeal is made for any charitable purpose;
(ii) The name of any charitable organization is used as an inducement for consummating the sale; or
(iii) Any statement is made that implies that the whole or any part of the proceeds from the sale will be applied toward any charitable purpose or donated to any charitable organization.
(b) The solicitation shall be deemed completed when made, whether or not the person making it receives any contribution or makes any sale.
(c) “Solicitation” does not include bingo activities, raffles, and amusement games conducted under chapter 9.46 RCW and applicable rules of the Washington state gambling commission.
RCW 19.09.100 Conditions applicable to solicitations.
*** CHANGE IN 2011 *** (SEE 1485-S.SL) ***
The following conditions apply to solicitations as defined by RCW 19.09.020:
(1) A charitable organization, whether or not required to register pursuant to this chapter, that directly solicits contributions from the public in this state shall make the following clear and conspicuous disclosures at the point of solicitation:
(a) The name of the individual making the solicitation;
(b) The identity of the charitable organization and the city of the principal place of business of the charitable organization;
(c) If requested by the solicitee, the published number in the office of the secretary for the donor to obtain additional financial disclosure information on file with the secretary.
(2) A commercial fund-raiser shall clearly and conspicuously disclose at the point of solicitation:
(a) The name of the individual making the solicitation;
(b) The name of the entity for which the fund-raiser is an agent or employee and the name and city of the charitable organization for which the solicitation is being conducted; and
(c) If requested by the solicitee, the published number in the office of the secretary for the donor to obtain additional financial disclosure information on file with the secretary. The disclosure must be made during an oral solicitation of a contribution, and at the same time at which a written request for a contribution is made.
(3) A person or organization soliciting charitable contributions by telephone shall make the disclosures required under subsection (1) or (2) of this section in the course of the solicitation but prior to asking for a commitment for a contribution from the solicitee, and in writing to any solicitee that makes a pledge within five working days of making the pledge. If the person or organization sends any materials to the person or organization solicited before the receipt of any contribution, those materials shall include the disclosures required in subsection (1) or (2) of this section, whichever is applicable.
(4) In the case of a solicitation by advertisement or mass distribution, including posters, leaflets, automatic dialing machines, publication, and audio or video broadcasts, it shall be clearly and conspicuously disclosed in the body of the solicitation material that:
(a) The solicitation is conducted by a named commercial fund-raiser, if it is;
(b) The notice of solicitation required by the charitable solicitation act is on file with the secretary’s office; and
(c) The potential donor can obtain additional financial disclosure information at a published number in the office of the secretary.
(5) A container or vending machine displaying a solicitation must also display in a clear and conspicuous manner the name of the charitable organization for which funds are solicited, the name, business address, and telephone number of the individual and any commercial fund-raiser responsible for collecting funds placed in the containers or vending machines, and the following statement: “This charity is currently registered with the secretary’s office under the charitable solicitation act, registration number . . . .”
(6) A commercial fund-raiser shall not represent that tickets to any fund-raising event will be donated for use by another person unless all the following requirements are met:
(a) The commercial fund-raiser prior to conducting a solicitation has written commitments from persons stating that they will accept donated tickets and specifying the number of tickets they will accept;
(b) The written commitments are kept on file by the commercial fund-raiser for three years and are made available to the secretary, attorney general, or county prosecutor on demand;
(c) The contributions solicited for donated tickets may not be more than the amount representing the number of ticket commitments received from persons and kept on file under (a) of this subsection; and
(d) Not later than seven calendar days prior to the date of the event for which ticket donations are solicited, the commercial fund-raiser shall give all donated tickets to the persons who made the written commitments to accept them.
(7) Each person or organization soliciting charitable contributions shall not represent orally or in writing that:
(a) The charitable contribution is tax deductible unless the charitable organization for which charitable contributions are being solicited or to which tickets for fund-raising events or other services or goods will be donated, has applied for and received from the internal revenue service a letter of determination granting tax deductible status to the charitable organization;
(b) The person soliciting the charitable contribution is a volunteer or words of similar meaning or effect that create the impression that the person soliciting is not a paid solicitor unless such person is unpaid for his or her services;
(c) The person soliciting the charitable contribution is a member, staffer, helper, or employee of the charitable organization or words of similar meaning or effect that create the impression that the person soliciting is not a paid solicitor if the person soliciting is employed, contracted, or paid by a commercial fund-raiser.
(8) If the charitable organization is associated with, or has a name that is similar to, any unit of government each person or organization soliciting contributions shall disclose to each person solicited whether the charitable organization is or is not part of any unit of government and the true nature of its relationship to the unit of government. This subsection does not apply to a foundation or other charitable organization that is organized, operated, or controlled by or in connection with a registered public charity, including any governmental agency or unit, from which it derives its name.
(9) No person may, in conducting any solicitation, use the name “police,” “sheriff,” “firefighter,” “firefighters,” or a similar name unless properly authorized by a bona fide police, sheriff, or firefighter organization or police, sheriff, or fire department. A proper authorization shall be in writing and signed by two authorized officials of the organization or department and shall be filed with the secretary.
(10) A person may not, in conducting any solicitation, use the name of a federally chartered or nationally recognized military veterans’ service organization as determined by the United States veterans’ administration unless authorized in writing by the highest ranking official of that organization in this state.
(11) A charitable organization shall comply with all local governmental regulations that apply to soliciting for or on behalf of charitable organizations.
(12) An entity soliciting contributions for a charitable purpose shall not include in any solicitation, or in any advertising material for a solicitation, or in any promotional plan for a solicitation, any statement that is false, misleading, or deceptive. All solicitations, advertising material, and promotional plans must fully and fairly disclose the identity of the entity on whose behalf the solicitation is made.
(13) Solicitations shall not be conducted by a charitable organization or commercial fund-raiser that has, or if a corporation, its officers, directors, or principals have, been convicted of a crime involving solicitations for or on behalf of a charitable organization in this state, the United States, or any other state or foreign country within the past ten years or has been subject to any permanent injunction or administrative order or judgment under RCW 19.86.080 or 19.86.090, involving a violation or violations of RCW 19.86.020, within the past ten years, or of restraining a false or misleading promotional plan involving solicitations for charitable organizations.
(14) No charitable organization or commercial fund-raiser subject to this chapter may use or exploit the fact of registration under this chapter so as to lead the public to believe that registration constitutes an endorsement or approval by the state, but the use of the following is not deemed prohibited: “Currently registered with the Washington state secretary of state as required by law. Registration number . . . .”
(15) No entity may engage in any solicitation for contributions for or on behalf of any charitable organization or commercial fund-raiser unless the charitable organization or commercial fund-raiser is currently registered with the secretary.
(16) No charitable organization or commercial fund-raiser may engage in any solicitation for contributions unless it complies with all provisions of this chapter.
(17) No entity may place a telephone call to a donor or potential donor for the purpose of charitable solicitation before eight o’clock a.m. or after nine o’clock p.m. pacific time.
(18) No entity may, when contacting a donor or potential donor for the purpose of charitable solicitation, engage in any conduct the natural consequence of which is to harass, intimidate, or torment any person in connection with the contact.
(19) Failure to comply with subsections (1) through (18) of this section is a violation of this chapter