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


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A CHARITABLE Trust set up in the name of a Wirral Methodist preacher who passed away in 2016 has given more than PS40,000 in funding to promote arts and culture across the region.
28, Raymond James says, it will add "additional language [to its] mutual fund B and C share policies regarding the use of appropriate sales charge waivers for eligible clients, including qualified plans and charitable trusts."
Animal hides are collected in large quantities by the workers and affiliates of religious organizations, charitable trusts and sanatorium foundations, including Edhi Foundation, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Alkhidmat Foundation, KhidmateKhalq and MinhajulQuran.
"We are indebted to all our donors and especially Harborne Parish Lands and Edward Cadbury Charitable Trust; two Birmingham based trusts that each awarded us PS10,000 following our appeal to them," he added.
New Delhi, Aug 4 (ANI): Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi has said that the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust (RGCT), which is run by party president Sonia Gandhi and party general secretary Rahul Gandhi, has not forcibly acquired village land in Haryana as has been reported.
According to the company, activebank Wealth Manager, a front and middle office portfolio management system, will be implemented at CAF's Trust department, which manages investment portfolios for over 2,000 charitable trusts. As part of the project, the company will develop a direct interface between the activebank Wealth Manager and activebank Retail systems to enable the Trust department to view the investment positions of its customers as well as their current accounts and cash.
Charitable trust doctrine becomes a trap when the needs of the community change--which is, of course, a constant in health care.
Mr Gupwell is a trustee of a number of family and charitable trusts and will continue to act in this capacity for the foreseeable future.
(2) Non-exempt charitable trusts described in section 4947(a)(1) of the Code, including charitable trusts created prior to October 10, 1969, that have not applied to the Internal Revenue Service for recognition as organizations described in section 501(c)(3) (hereinafter referred to as section 4947(a)(1) trusts); and
CAF can also help companies to develop community investment policy, manage appeals' applications, establish Charitable Trusts and run employee engagement programmes like Give As You Earn and matched giving.
30, 2006, the e-filing requirement will be expanded to cover (1) returns of corporations and exempt organizations with $10 million or more in total assets and (2) fliers of Form 990-PE Return of Private Foundation or Section 4947(a)(1) Nonexempt Charitable Trust Treated as a Private Foundation (i.e., all private foundations and charitable trusts, regardless of asset size).
At least six charitable trusts are planning to spend themselves out of existence, the Association of Charitable Foundations reports.
1, 2005 and affects charitable corporations, unincorporated associations and charitable trusts that are required to file reports with the attorney general.
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