In 2006, Invisible Children, Inc., became an official 501(c)3 non-profit which has "financial connections to hard right Christian fundamentalist organisations, [and] is led by an evangelical Christian." There was is focused on Uganda.  (For a similar example of a better known evangelical Christian nonprofit, see World Vision.)
- "A lot of people fear Christians, they fear Liberty University, they fear Invisible Children - because they feel like we have an agenda. They see us and they go, "You want me to sign up for something, you want my money. You want, you want me to believe in your God." And it freaks them out." --- Jason Russell, speaking at Liberty University, November 7, 2011. 
Accessed April 2012: 
Accessed April 2012: 
- Scott Wolfe - chair
- Dave Karlman
- Kevin Relyea
- Sheryl Russell
- John Bradel
- Alan Bergstedt
- Rich McCullen
- Jason Russell
- Ben Keesey - CEO
- Bobby Bailey
- Lauren Poole
The 2007 report notes "special thanks" to: Africare, Tom Shadyac, ProVision Foundation, Terry Caster, Barbara Caster, Greg Hammond, Debbie Hammond, Wellspring International, Bridgeway Foundation, Guess, The Reber Foundation, Circle Family Foundation, Kibo Group
- Michael McGehee, "Don't Fall for the Phony Kony Scare", Truth Addict, March 8, 2012. (Detailed overview - a must read)
- Richard Seymour, "Stop #stopkony", Lenins Tomb, March 11, 2012.
- Bill Crane, "What They Won't Say About Kony 2012", Socialistworker, March 13, 2012.
- Richard Seymour, "Stop them before they kill," ABC Australia, March 15, 2012.
- Rap News, "Yes we KONY?", Juice Media, March 2012.
- Michael Barker, "KONY 2012," Swans Commentary, March 26, 2012.
- Milton Allimadi, "Invisible Children, Makers of KONY2012, Spied For Ugandan Regime ---WikiLeaks", Black Star News, April 8, 2012.
- Edmund Berger, "Intervention Mentality and the Spectacle of Joseph Kony", Dissident Voice, April 14, 2012.
Resources and articles
- Dave Karlman - former chair (2008)
- Sam Brownback
- Tim Shortley
- Princeton in Africa - partner org 
- Commission Diocesaine Justice et Paix (CDJP), led by Abbe Benoit - partner org 
- Michael Poffenberger - Resolve Uganda which launched the Uganda Conflict Action Network 
- Omidyar Network - supporter in 2006
- Shawn Parr - former board member
- Sam Bakhshandehpour - former board member
- National Christian Foundation - funder 
- Stephen A. Browning - supporter 
- Jay Woodcock
- Child Voice International
- ↑ Richard Seymour, "Stop them before they kill," ABC Australia, March 15, 2012.
- ↑ Cited by Bruce Wilson, "Invisible Children "Kony 2012" Leader Suggests It's About Jesus and Evangelizing", Alternet, March 8, 2012.
- ↑ Invisible Children Board, organizational web page, accessed April 12, 2012.
- ↑ Invisible Children 2007 Annual Report, organizational web page, accessed April 12, 2012.