Between 1990 and 2002, the number of Utah charitable nonprofit corporations
with Internal Revenue Service reporting requirements (those grossing more than $25,000) nearly tripled to more than 1,400 organizations.
So, they created Mendenhall Ministries, a nonprofit corporation
, and built a business complex that today includes a health clinic, law office, elementary school, thrift store and recreation center.
VIP's bylaws also state it will adhere to the rules governing nonprofit corporations
under the IRS and state taxation code and not ``expressly (advocate) for or against the nomination or election of a candidate or candidates for public office.
The Valley Economic Development Center is a community-based nonprofit corporation
that offers training, consulting, technical assistance and financing to small- and medium-size businesses.
The five-year-old organization is a nonprofit corporation
financed by local businesses and government agencies, aimed at improving the Antelope Valley economy by attracting and keeping employers.
The courthouse is not technically owned by Los Angeles County, but by a nonprofit corporation
- the Los Angeles County Courthouse Corporation - established by county supervisors in 1984 so the county doesn't have to ask voters to approve bonds.
LANCASTER - Antelope Valley Hospital officials say a nonprofit corporation
set up by the hospital - a source of controversy in the early 1990s - is improperly withholding about $100,000 of hospital funds.
The Chorale was established in 1998 as a nonprofit corporation
by founding directors Jill Hackett and Deb Baur.