charitable trust

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a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes


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The ordinance would also cover money and goods collected for a limited period for charitable purpose by a person or organisation not registered as a charity.
The proposed regulations approve PRIs for a number of charitable purposes in the United States and abroad, including developing drugs, advancing science, combating environmental deterioration, alleviating the effects of natural disasters, providing training and assistance to farmers, creating educational programs for socially disadvantaged people, establishing daycare centers and promoting the arts.
In the first year the trust did not spend 85 per cent of its income for charitable purposes.
Not permissible A reliable source at the department of associations and communities' clubs at the Ministry of Social Development explained that it is not permissible for any party or organisation to cite any objective for raising money from the public for charitable purposes without first obtaining a licence from authorities at the Ministry of Social Development.
Whipple also is chairman of the Ross Foundation of Arkadelphia, which manages about 63,000 acres of timberland for conservation as well as charitable purposes in the Clark County area.
Established in 1993, the AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation is a Delaware not-for-profit corporation and a 501(c)(3) entity organized for charitable purposes including to promote public awareness of healthcare issues, to promote public education of medical knowledge and to support or contribute to charitable and qualified exempt organizations consistent with its charitable purpose.
I still do not know to what charitable purposes the profits of this exercise (if any) are to be put.
Both name and logo have been filed under class 36, which covers charitable fundraising and collecting donations for charitable purposes.
Head of licensing Paul Shone told Cardiff councillors in his report: "It is the duty of the authority to ensure the probity of organisations wishing to collect money for charitable purposes to ensure the public have confidence in charitable giving.
Hunter Hall International Limited donates five per cent of its pre-tax profits to charities or charitable purposes that support social, environmental or humanitarian causes.
State lawmakers recently allowed for the creation of Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies (called L3Cs) for groups advancing educational or charitable purposes.
Adopt a moratorium on the sale of assets gifted to the City for charitable purposes or held by the City Council in trust.
However, they have not pronounced on when fundraising costs are so high as to constitute a collateral purpose tainting the charity's exclusively charitable purposes, nor what percentage of fundraising proceeds a for-profit company can take before there is misrepresentation to the public.
The Articles are replete with references to charitable purposes and providing Medical Care to indigents with lees for indigents ranging from no fees whatsoever, to fifty-five percent of the charge for services provided after adjustments.
All money from the event at Cohasse Country Club in Southbridge will be used for charitable purposes, spokeswoman Beverly L.
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