Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard's charity is under attack again, as fans asked to donate money seem to have no idea why, and for what.
Since departing the U.S. for their new family business venture, the married parents of Israel David Dillard have faced uncharacteristic scrutiny.
First, critics accused them of shaking down fans with a charity not registered with the IRS; this turned out to be untrue, as it is properly set up.
However, there's still the question of where donations even go.
On the young Christian couple’s website, Dillard Family Ministries, they ask for up to $100 per month from fans to fund their “mission effort.”
The only problem: Neither Jill nor Derick have told fans any trip details - they even faked their departure photo with the help of Jessa Duggar.
Coming up short on details is unusual for the duo, who are notorious over-sharers on social media, making the situation all the more curious.
They've yet to even confirm the most basic details, like where they are (although reports indicate El Salvador) or what their "mission" consists of.
One prominent Duggar family blogger asked this week:
“How can asking for money with no mission statement, no explanation about who you are serving and where, and how the money will be spent, ethical?”
Many of their followers on social media seem to agree.
“I would never donate to a charity that doesn’t let me know exactly where and how my money will be used,” said one fan of Jill and Derick.
Another Dillard fan added, making a similar point:
“I would like to know exactly what they do over there, is really just preaching? They are not helping to better the life of people they see?”
Maybe we'll know someday when they enlighten us.