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501(c)4

A subsection of the Internal Revenue Code governing the status of non-profit organizations devoted to lobbying for political, civic, or other, similar causes. 501(c)4 organizations are exempt from federal taxation. However, contributions and donations made to them are not tax exempt. Examples of 501(c)4 organizations include political campaigns and groups that advocate for certain issues. In order to qualify for 501(c)4 status, all of the organization's earnings must be used for social welfare purposes.
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She recently founded a 501c4, the Coalition for Access Now (Coalition), to help other children struggling with debilitating conditions get access to the treatment they need without uprooting families to Colorado and California.
Angel Protectors of Animals and Wildlife is a California based, 501c3 and 501c4 non profit animal and wildlife rescue organization (in formation), which raises awareness and changes public policy for both domestic animals and wildlife.
Gary Hirshberg is chairman of yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm and the Just Label It campaign, a 501c4 lobbying organization with over 550 organizations and businesses that have signed on to its effort to require GMO labeling at the federal level.
A year ago, it changed to a 501c4 nonprofit tax-exempt organization, which doesn't have to make such disclosures.
New tax laws created tax breaks for nonprofits, leading to the creation of thousands of 501c3 (education and research) and 501c4 (political action committee [PAC] and lobbying) organizations.
Along with its partner - the ClearCause Coalition, a nonprofit 501c4 - it is working to establish public awareness and policy around the lack of federal oversight, accountability and transparent reporting in global youth travel, foreign exchange and study abroad programs.
This important panel at CWCBExpo in LA is being presented by Coalition for Access Now 501C4 and moderated by Geoff Whaling, its Founding Member and Board Treasurer, at 11:00 a.
Founded in 1979, the West Houston Association is a 501c4 whose membership works for a better living and working environment for the 1.
AAP is a nonprofit 501c4 organization formed in 2015 by insurance and annuity veterans to provide expert advice to those making decisions that will impact annuities and Americans' ability to consider an annuity.
About ClearCause Coalition ClearCause Coalition (CCC), a 501c4 tax exempt nonprofit organization works to advance awareness and policy to protect America's youth and students on programs abroad in a federally unregulated industry.
Six public health organizations -- the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and the Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund (a 501c4 affiliate of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids) -- joined the case as intervenors in 2005.
This 501c4 nonprofit advocacy organization exists to impact the health reform debate, hold health insurance companies accountable for their behavior, and improve health care for everyone.