They clearly spend half a million dollars a year. This seems to largely be spent on:
A) Richard Gage's salary ($85K), benefits, travel expenses, and payroll taxes
B) Making things to sell, like DVDs.
C) Advertising, promotion, web sites.
Given the vast potential for making your case using verified evidence, it would seem to be a very good use of money to try to get that verified evidence. Particularly when it's something that underlies claims you are making.
They don't even have to spend money, they could simply use some of their publicity money to do a fundraiser, which would have the double benefit of raising awareness, and getting the issue resolved.
The lack of spending any money on research makes it look like they are simply a PR company, and not actually interesting in the truth.