I would recommend contacting the California Attorney General's Charitable Trusts Section for assistance with your concerns. I've included their link, below. They have jurisdiction over this issue - and they tend to take fraud such as you are alleging quite seriously.
May L. Harris
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Call the authorities but based on the facts you gave there are other possibilities for validation of non profit.
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