nonprofit organization

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an organization chartered for other than profit-making activities

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Attorney Mancuso presents information, forms, and details on how to become a nonprofit corporation in California only, under Section 501[c](3) of the Internal Revenue Code, for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes.
of a nonprofit corporation are not personally liable in their capacity as directors .
Guidebook for Directors of Nonprofit Corporations, Committee on Nonprofit Corporations; editors, George W.
Most state nonprofit corporation statutes do not allow for electronic participation in an organization's governance.
All 6,400 workers will keep their jobs at current salaries and receive 24 weeks severance pay worth an average of CDN$27,000 (US$19,620) the day the air traffic control system is transferred to the nonprofit corporation.
A nonprofit corporation formed by members of the scientific, educational and business communities with representatives of the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, the Mount Wilson Institute will take over operation of the observatory and possibly title to the property if it can raise sufficient funds.
com/research/333c04/how_to_form_a_nonp) has announced the addition of the "How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation in California" report to their offering.
DIR is a nonprofit corporation that publishes minority and women-owned business resources.
The Festival of Arts became a nonprofit corporation in 1934 with the goal to "encourage and promote all appropriate activities conducive to the artistic and cultural development of the community.
The nonprofit corporation expects to take occupancy of its new headquarters before the end of the year.
TG is a public, nonprofit corporation that helps create access to higher education for millions of families and students through its role as an administrator of the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP).
A nonprofit corporation headed by politically connected Harbor Commissioner James Acevedo stands to make a handsome windfall on land it bought in Winnetka for low-income rental housing that was never built, the Daily News has learned.
KFO) is a 501(c)(3) and 150(d) Ohio nonprofit corporation whose sole member is KnowledgeWorks Foundation, an Ohio nonprofit corporation.
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