501c3 & 501c4?
501c3 Nonprofits: Religious, Educational, Charitable, Scientific, Literary, Testing for Public Safety, National or International Amateur Sports Competitions, Prevention of Cruelty to Children or Animals Organizations.
501c3 organizations include cultural arts and Community development NPOs. The organization's revenue is Tax Exempt and charitable contributions are tax deductible. Limited ability or restrictions to lobbying.
501c4 Nonprofits: Civic Leagues, Social Welfare Organizations, and Local Associations of Employees.
The organizations's reveneue is Tax Exempt and donations are NOT tax deductible. Less limited ability to lobby for legislation and the ability to participate in political campaigns and elections.
We represent 501c Nonprofit Organizations to better our world.
We are familiar with the special issues and significant challenges facing 501cnonprofit organizations, and are committed to helping our clients fulfill their organizations' mission statements. Our expertise in starting your 501c3 nonprofit will save your organization time and resources that are better dedicated to fundraising, networking, building relationships, and pursuing your nonprofit purpose. To best avoid difficulties and delays in obtaining IRS 501c3 approval, your organization or NGO should be represented by an attorney with nonprofit law expertise.
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Tom Wrobel is a pleasure to work with. He’s professional and takes a personal interest in the welfare of his clients. He’s always there to help and has done an excellent job guiding us through the process of setting up a nonprofit organization. I highly recommend him.
Dimitri Moraitis, Executive Director - Spiritual Arts Institute