Many nonprofit organizations either struggle to get started or have no idea where to start. And once started, the question then is how to sustain their operations. OND offers 501(c)3 training to help build your organization as capacity to effectively operate and assist you with sustaining the dream that prompted you to start the organization.
USA Global Office Of Non-Profits Development provides guidance, grant writing, marketing development, web-design, leadership development, consultation and peer networking connections to other non-profit organizations in the Pacific Northwest area and Nationwide.
We have the tools, training and experience to develop the highest quality grants. Not only can we write and publish a full grant package for you, but we also research and identify funding opportunities, locally and nationally, for your organization.
- Private Foundations
- Basketball/Football League
- Barber Shops
- Food Banks
- Juvenile at Risk Homes
- Housing Authorities
- Foreclosure Assistance
- Amateur Sports Teams and Leagues
- Culture Preservation
- Transition Housing
- Structured Living
- Music and Dance
- Domestic Violence Shelters
- Counselling Centers
- After School Centers
- Youth Tutoring
- Youth Mentoring
- Disaster Relief
- Foreign Assistance
- War Relief
- Scientific Research
- International Support
- Orphanage Support
- Mobile Clinics
- Thrift Store
- Adult Daycare
- Veteran and Soldier Support
- Health Awareness
- Financial Assistance
What does it mean to be a 501(c)(3) organization?
For charities, this means that they can accept contributions and offer donors a tax deduction for their gifts. For donors like you, this means your contributions are fully tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.
What counts as a charitable organization?
A charitable organization is generally defined as any nonprofit organization that is incorporated and identified by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. These organizations have been given tax-exempt status and can accept contributions. Gatekeepers Coalition Group7000 National 501c3 itself is a registered 501(c)(3) organization, as well as all of its one million charities.
Charitable events: For a charitable event, only a portion of the ticket value is deductible. The charity hosting the event will be able to identify the exact value of the benefits for each event.
How can I take a deduction for my donation?
To claim a deduction, you will need to fill out a 1040 Form, which is available through the IRS website, and itemize your deductions on Schedule A. If you fill out the short form or take standard deductions, you cannot claim your contributions.
Do I need a receipt for donations I make?
Taxable years beginning prior to the effective date of the Pension Protection Act of 2006, the IRS doesn’t require receipts for donations under $250, though it is a good idea to keep this information on file. For all donations made in taxable years beginning after the effective date of the Pension Protection Act of 2006, the IRS requires the donor to maintain the bank record or a written communication from the organization to which you donate. Every time you make a donation be sure to record in your Giving History by the year, a feature that makes itemizing your taxes easy and convenient.
Do I need any acknowledgement for donations under $250?
Taxable years beginning prior to the effective date of the Pension Protection Act of 2006, the IRS doesn’t require receipts for donations under $250, though it is a good idea to keep this information on file. For donations made in taxable years beginning after the effective date of the Pension Protection Act of 2006, the IRS requires the donor to maintain the bank record or a written communication from the organization to which you donate. Always note the name of the organization, the donation amount, and the date of the contribution.
For donations over $250, what information does the receipt need?
The donor must maintain the bank record or a written communication from the organization to which you donate. The acknowledgement needs to record the name of the organization, the donation amount, and the date the contribution, as well as a written acknowledgement of any property or services that you may have received in return for your donation and an estimate of their value. The IRS should acknowledge an email receipt as an acceptable record of contribution, but to be certain, always consult your tax advisor.
Can I receive a tax deduction for a donation to a nonprofit overseas?
If you want to take a deduction for your donation, be sure to donate to a charity registered in the United States. That doesn’t mean you can’t give to an organization that has an international scope, such as CARE or Save the Children. You just have to make sure the charity is registered in the U.S. if you want to take the deduction.
Can I take a deduction for volunteering my time and services?
You cannot deduct the value of time or services to a charitable organization, but you can deduct any hard costs associated with that volunteering, such as the gas or bus fare it costs to get there. For example, if you volunteer in a charitable hospital and have to wear a uniform, you can deduct the cost of buying and cleaning the uniform. The IRS will let you deduct any out-of-pocket expenses you acquire in the course of volunteering.
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In general, a 501(c)(3) organization cannot “create” a 501(c)(9) organization, simply because neither organization can have an owner, so neither can be a subsidiary.
As you probably know, a 501(c)(3) organization is a “charitable organization”, which has a public benefit component. Such an organization has no “owners” and thus no shareholders.
A 501(c)(9) organization is a voluntary employees’ beneficiary association, which provides for the payment of life, sick, accident, or other benefits to its members and its members’ dependents or designated beneficiaries. It too has no owners or shareholders.
Can I apply for grants before Form 1023 is approved?
Technically, yes, but most foundations, government agencies and other funders, will require an organization to possess an approved IRS 501(c)(3) determination letter.
If my nonprofit is tax-exempt, do I pay any type of taxes?
Possibly. Private foundations may still be subject to taxes on investment earnings and undistributed minimum grant allocations. All 501(c)(3) organizations may be subject to taxes on “unrelated business income.” 501(c)(3) organizations that have employees are generally subject to federal and state employment taxes. Additionally, some states do not exempt 501(c)(3) organizations from sales and/or property taxes. It is important for the organization to know what is required in its state and locality.
Will my nonprofit be given a 501c3 number separate from its EIN?
No. Your EIN is the only number federally associated with your organization. If you apply for and receive sales tax-exemption in your state (if available), you may have a number issued by that state agency that is different from your EIN.
Our Company will get your EIN WHEN REQUESTED.
Once my nonprofit has been granted 501c3 status, what needs to be done to maintain that status?
At a minimum, the organization must continue to operate for the purposes for which it received tax exemption. In addition, certain federal and state compliance filings may be required. These vary by organization; therefore, it is imperative to get competent advice from your state.
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THE MANY BENEFITS OF A RECOGNIZED 501(c)(3) CORPORATIONS
- Contributions made to 501c3′s at death are tax-free and are exempt from federal taxation.
- Income earned by the Non-Profit is Tax-Free.
- The Non Profit has Perpetual Life so that Non-Profit can keep on furthering its tax-exempt purpose even after founders pass on.
- Special Employee Benefits including sick pay, group life insurance, accident and health insurance, payment of medical expenses and coverage of pension plans.
- Limited liability for directors, officers, employees, volunteers and members. This provides incentives to those asked to serve the organization whether on its board or otherwise.
- Corporate formalities which enable the organization to provide a structure for decision making especially when disputes exist between individuals about the direction of the non-profit.
- Donors can make charitable contributions to your company and receive a tax deduction on their tax return and pay no taxes on this money. Donors may give property, money, stock and services. [Please note that Donors may not receive consideration (money, free dinner) in return for their donation. Otherwise, a full deduction may not be possible.]
- 501(c)(3) status qualifies your nonprofit corporation to receive literally billions of dollars in private and public grant money which is given out every year. If you are not recognized as a 501(c)(3) Corporation, these foundations and philanthropy organizations will not even allow you to submit a grant (request) for money.
- Being a 501(c)(3) will qualify your corporation for participation in literally hundreds of governmental programs operated by the Federal and State Governments of this country. The government will only allow nonprofit corporations with 501(c)(3) status to participate in these programs.
- Cheaper Advertising Rates in publications
- Lower Membership Rates to places like the Price Club.
- Non-profit employees can be eligible to participate in job training programs of federal and state government.
- Lower Postal Rates on 3rd Class Bulk Mailing. (Contact your local post office)
- Discounted space from internet service providers.
- Free radio and PSA announcements provide by local media.