So Pam Anderson’s 12 day marriage to Jon Peters is over. Maybe his accountants wondered about her registered 501 c3 charity, the Pamela Anderson Foundation.
On the charity’s 2018 Form 990 Federal Tax Form, listed officers of PFA are Pamela Anderson, President; Pamela Anderson, Secretary, and Pamela Anderson, Director. The only job she doesn’t have is Treasurer.
PFA currently has $10,000 in assets. In 2018, she donated $30,000 to the National Domestic Violence Hotline. That’s it. One donation. However, PFA received $50,000 — I can’t imagine why– from the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, which is supposed to be for survivors of 9/11.
In addition to Cantor Fitzgerald’s $50,000, PFA received another $39,000 in 2018. The other substantial contributors listen include late “Simpsons” creator Sam Simon, Pam’s ex husband Rick Salomon, and a Ukranian named Grzegorzak Arkaduisz, producer of a movie called “Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong.”
PFA’s expenses other than the donation to hotline total $51,118 include Accounting fees– $10,000; Travel and conferences — 16,480; Publicity and promotion- $24,603; and Taxes– $35.
Pamela Anderson’s charitable foundation has no actual fundraising events, as far as I can tell, although the wedding to Peters may be considered as one if she gets a good settlement for 12 days of marriage.