Former UB Bull, Khalil Mack, made a generous donation around Christmas time to help families in need.  That donation was abused by some of the employees that work there.

The idea was to pay off layaway accounts that were lingering at a Walmart in Mack's hometown of Fort Pierce, Florida.  He donated $80,000 to the store.  But according to the Bleacher Report, the store only had $60,000 in layaways so there was money leftover.  That's when some managers decided to allow employees to get some things for themselves.

It looks like a miscommunication, however, as the article states that a representative of the foundation approved of the transactions., but  the foundation itself was not aware.

Walmart acknowledges that the funds were not handled "within Walmart's guidelines" and that they have "taken corrective action."


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