COMMUNITY ARTS PROJECT
Organizations without nonprofit status can apply using a fiscal agent. A fiscal agent is an organization that has nonprofit status and is willing to submit an application and serve as fiduciary agent on behalf of your organization. An organization serving as a fiscal agent for a grant applicant can submit its own application in the same grant category.
The Durfee Foundation Stanton Fellowship FAQ
Yes, organizations that do not have nonprofit status can apply for a Durfee Springboard Fund grant, as long as their intention is to become a nonprofit. However, organizations without nonprofit status should be working with a fiscal sponsor and/or be in the process of incorporating as a 501(c)3. No. To be eligible for Springboard Fund support, the organization must be headquartered in Los Angeles County.
Gap Inc. - Social Responsibility - Frequently Asked Question...
Gap Foundation donates a limited number of Appreciation Cards (gift certificates) to nonprofits that are aligned with our target causes of underserved youth or women. These nonprofits must be public charities with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Learn more about the Foundation's Appreciation Card donation program to find out if your organization is eligible and how to submit a request.
Exemption from federal taxes is determined by the IRS. IRS Publication 557, “How to Apply for Recognition of Exemption for an Organization,” describes the rules and procedures for requesting exemption. Questions about federal tax-exempt status can be directed to: Exemption from Texas state taxes is determined by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts . Questions can be directed to:
The Maclellan Foundation - Frequently Asked Questions
No. Only an organization that is a formally recognized 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization by the United States government may apply for a grant. This being the case, a ministry must wait until it has fully obtained its 501(c)3 status (i.e. no pending checks) before applying. However, a situation may arise where a qualified ministry seeks to launch a “daughter” ministry that is to become a separate entity from the ministry that oversees it.
Internet Archive Frequently Asked Questions
The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It receives in-kind and financial donations from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to: Alexa Internet, the Kahle/Austin Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and you. No; although we promote the development of other Internet libraries through colloquia, and other means, the Archive is not a grant-making organization.
Frequently Asked Questions
Not generally. There are some states that will automatically consider you exempt from state tax with the determination from the IRS, however there are states that require you to file an application for exemption from state tax and they may require that you wait until you have the determination back from the IRS before pursuing state tax exemption. Yes and no.
Health e-Technologies Initiative
Yes. Each specific Letter of Intent (LOI) application will need a separate application ID and password.
Meyer Memorial Trust | Grants Programs
The only written rule about how often applicants can submit proposals is the one that states that "an organization should not resubmit a declined proposal for at least 12 months." In general, the Trust is interested in helping organizations fund worthy projects, but is cautious about making organizations overly reliant on Trust support. That means organizations should exercise good judgment about how often to apply for Small Grants.
Frequently Asked Questions
The following information was derived directly from the IRS website: http://www.irs.gov/charities/article/0,,id=156733,00.html The Process: Upon receipt, exemption applications accompanied by the required user fee are initially separated into three groups: (1) those that can be processed immediately based on information submitted, (2) those that need minor additional information to be resolved, and (3) those that require additional development.
PA Bar Foundation - FAQs
The Pennsylvania Bar Foundation funds programs and projects consistent with its charitable mission and purposes. At this point, the bulk of our support is directed to programs and projects conducted by the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Two grant programs are presently under construction and will be accepting grant application in 2007 – 2008. These are the Art Birdsall Impact Grant Program and the Legal Services to Middle Income Modest Means Program.
The New York Bar Foundation
Prepare your application electronically by using the “Apply for a Grant” feature on the home page of the web site.
The foundation funds nonprofit agencies with evidence of tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and not classified as a private foundation. The foundation also accepts letters of intent from agencies that operate under a nonprofit fiscal sponsor. In these cases, the fiscal sponsor would submit the letter of intent and provide its 501(c)(3) determination letter.
The Church Law Group - FAQ
The term nonprofit organization can be misleading if one attributes the "literal" implications, but regrettably, the English language lacks a better one. The term does not mean that the organization cannot profit from its activities, rather, the organization does not exist to generate profits distributable to owners. Many nonprofit organizations are enjoying profits. An entity of any type cannot exist without revenues that at least equal expenses. Most U.S.
If you previously received a grant from us, please wait three years before applying again. (i.e. If you received a grant in 2006, you may not apply again until 2009.) Please make sure you have the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer to view the application.
W.M. Keck Foundation Frequently Asked Questions
The Foundation considers only those organizations that have received a permanent, tax-exempt ruling determination from the federal government, including documentation verifying 509(a)(1) or 509(a)(2) status, and (as applicable) the State of California. Further, organizations must have a current full, certified, audited financial statement.
We recommend reviewing and becoming familiar with the program eligibility requirements and preferences first. Then it can be helpful to ask for recommendations of nonprofit organizations or coalitions from professors who work in our sponsored fields and/or to search the links on our opportunities page. The candidate is encouraged to identify an organization or coalition with a mission consistent with New Voices' program areas and her/his own long-term career goals and interests. Generally, no.