Corporation Documents

IRS regulations require non-profits to make their Form 990 information returns and Form 1024 Application for Recognition of Tax Exemption available for public inspection. The law provides that a non-profit need not provide copies of its Form 990 or 1024 if it has made those documents "widely available." Under the IRS regulations, an organization can satisfy this requirement by posting the document(s) on the Internet, either on the organization's own Web page, or as part of a database of similar documents, established and maintained by another entity. In compliance with the law, we are making forms available on this web-page. All documents are stored in an Adobe PDF format. In order to view the documents, you will need to have Adobe Reader or similar software.

The "Articles of Incorporation" (sometimes also referred to as the Certificate of Incorporation or the Corporate Charter) act as a charter to establish the existence of a corporation in the United States, and are filed with Secretary of State. The articles of incorporation outline the governance of a corporation along with the corporate bylaws and the corporate statutes in the state where articles of incorporation are filed.

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Form 1024, Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(a) Organizations use this form to apply for recognition of exemption under section 501(a) or to receive a determination letter of IRS recognition of their section 501(c) status.

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A Determination Letter is a ruling issued by the Internal Revenue Service to our organization to show that our application and supporting documents establish that we meets the particular requirements of the section under which it is claiming exemption 501(c)(10).

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An exempt organization must make available for public inspection its annual return. Such returns include Form 990 , Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, Form 990-EZ, Short Form Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, Form 990-PF.

An exempt organization is not required to disclose Schedule K-1 of Form 1065 or Schedule A of Form 990-BL. With the exception of private foundations, an exempt organization is not required to disclose the name and address of any contributor to the organization.

Click here to view Form 990 for 2014.

Click here to view Form 990 for 2015.