Long story short: I volunteered at an (anonymous) institution for a few months a couple years ago. My time there was productive and enjoyable and I'm very proud of the work I was able to do there. I put it on my resume for obvious reasons (impress future employers, character building, new opportunities, etc).
Fast forward to current times and this same institution is under investigation for crimes involving minors. None of the occurrences being investigated happened while I was there and I do not think I met any of the people involved, but if an employer were to see my resume and google this institution out of curiosity the most recent results do not paint a positive picture.
Do current events reflect badly on my character to future employers even if I was not present and am no longer affiliated with this institution? I would like to have something to fill out the "Volunteer Work" part of my resume, but I feel like I should remove it so as to distance myself from the institution.