Legal NameBloodstained Men
Year Founded 2012
Year Incorporated 2014
Year Granted Tax-Exempt Status 2014
Executive Director David Atkinson
Board of Directors
Brother K, Treasurer
David Atkinson, CEO
Cassie Waldeck, Secretary
Erika Hedberg, Press Secretary
Carole Anne Babyak
Latest Reporting Year 2019
IRS 990 Tax Returns
May 30, 2014 Articles of Incorporation of a Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation
Guide-to-Giving Survey Results
Date Responded: November 20, 2020
What were the major accomplishments of your organization in the last 12 months?
Bloodstained Men protested in Florida in January/February 2020, culminating in three days of protests at the Super Bowl in Miami. Numerous mainstream and social media, including the Miami Herald, covered our Florida protests, which reached millions of people. During the current travel difficulties, BSM has suspended tour operations, and in place of street protests, we are now putting up billboards across the nation.
What are the major plans for your organization in the next 12 months?
Bloodstained Men will continue to reach out to the general population with our billboard campaigns and work on social media. We hope to resume our street protest tours in 2021.
What makes your organization unique among Intactivist organizations?
Bloodstained Men is the most active street protest organization in the United States working to educate Americans about the cruelty and damage of infant circumcision.
Is there a leadership succession plan in place to continue the organization beyond your tenure? Please summarize.
What else would you like your potential donors and volunteers to know?
Bloodstained Men is an all-volunteer public charity. None of the tour protesters, officers, or Board of Directors earn anything from our work. All donations go directly to the costs of our operations, mainly travel and billboard expenses, and the cost of supplies.