Kansas City 'People To People' Disappoints

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Mary Eisenhower acknowledged the organization is struggling financially, something she blamed on the lack of travel during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, according to IRS records, even in the years predating COVID, the nonprofit side of People to People was struggling. Charity Navigator gave the nonprofit a failing grade because its expenses consistently outweighed its revenue.

Mary Eisenhower said People to People is still trying to decide whether this year’s student trips will take place.

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Parents say KC-based People to People won't return calls, unsure if trips will go on

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People to People, an international humanitarian and travel program for teens, has stopped answering phone calls and emails from upset parents who say they are out thousands of dollars and have no idea whether the summer trips their children have waited for will even take place.