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Did you know the IRS publishes a list of organizations that have had their federal tax-exempt status automatically revoked for failing to file an annual information return for three consecutive years? Publication of an organization’s name on the Auto-Revocation List signifies that the organization is no longer eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.

Below you will find the names and locations of 99 local tax-exempt public charities that have LOST their tax-exempt status from the IRS during July-Sept 2014.

If your organization’s name is listed below, see: How to Have Your Tax-Exempt Status Retroactively Reinstated (IRS)

ORGANIZATION NAME

CITY

42 FDN LAS VEGAS
A NOBLE CAUSE HENDERSON
ADAPTIVE SPORTS ALLIANCE LAS VEGAS
ADVANTAGE EDUCATION FDN LAS VEGAS
AFUNTUMMIREKU HERITAGE SOCIETY N LAS VEGAS
ALL WALKS OF LIFE UNITED LAS VEGAS
AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF THE US (SIMPLY FUNDAMENTAL) LAS VEGAS
AMATURE ATHLETIC UNION OF THE US (LAS VEGAS BLACK HAWKS) N LAS VEGAS
AMEN MISSIONARY INTL LAS VEGAS
AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY- JEWELERS EDUCATION FDN LAS VEGAS
ANDEANS BOUNTY – FOOD EMERGENCY LAS VEGAS
ANGOLAN COMMUNITY OF LAS VEGAS LAS VEGAS
ANIME VEGAS LAS VEGAS
ATOMIC VETERANS VICTIMS OF AMERICA LAS VEGAS
BIBLICAL PRISON MINISTRIES BOULDER CITY
BULLIE BUDDIES OF LAS VEGAS LAS VEGAS
CAROLE AND ANTHONY COURY FAMILY FDN HENDERSON
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME NEVADA LAS VEGAS
CHILDRENS CATASTROPHIC ASSISTANCE NETWORK N LAS VEGAS
CHILDRENS MEDICAL ADVOCACY COALITION HENDERSON
CLASSICAL MUSIC EDUCATION HENDERSON
COMMUNITY FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE WELLNESS MOAPA VALLEY OVERTON
COMMUNITY HOUSING RESOURCE BOARD OF SOUTHERN NV LAS VEGAS
CORAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE LAS VEGAS PTO HENDERSON
COVER UP NEVADA LAS VEGAS
CREDIT LEARNING SYSTEMS OF AMERICA LAS VEGAS
DESERT LIONS SOCCER CLUB LAS VEGAS
DESERT STORM SWIMMING-USA BOULDER CITY
ETHOS TRILOGY LAS VEGAS
EVERY KID A BIKE LAS VEGAS
FLIP FOR ME BOOSTER CLUB LAS VEGAS
GMA PRODUCTIONS LAS VEGAS
HEALING HEARTS GIVING HOPE LAS VEGAS
HEARTS 2 HELP LAS VEGAS
HEAVENLY TREASURES MINISTRIES LAS VEGAS
HOMELESS YOUTH FDN HENDERSON
HOMEOWNERS INITIATIVE PROJECT CDC N LAS VEGAS
IDEA PAS DE DEUX LAS VEGAS
INFORMATION INSTITUTE LAS VEGAS
INITIATIVE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ETHIOPIAN YOUTH AND ALL AGES LAS VEGAS
INTERNATIONAL DIVERSIFIED FDN N LAS VEGAS
IRA ALDRIDGE THEATRE COMPANY LAS VEGAS
ISIS CONNECTION LAS VEGAS
JESTER HAIRSTON MUSIC ASSN LAS VEGAS
JUDSON INTERNATIONAL SEMINARY LAS VEGAS LAS VEGAS
JUNIOR GOLF ACADEMY FDN HENDERSON
K F A B S N LAS VEGAS
KIERRA HARRISON FDN FOR CHILD CARE SAFETY LAS VEGAS
KINGDOM COMMUNITY CENTER FOR ALL NATIONS LAS VEGAS
KINGS MAGIC BASKETBALL HENDERSON
KRAVENKO FDN LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY N LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS BASEBALL LEAGUE LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS CHAPTER OF THE DRIFTERS HENDERSON
LAS VEGAS PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS RECOVERY CENTER ALUMNI ASSN LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS VALLEY HOME SCHOOL NETWORK HENDERSON
LATINO TOWNHALL LAS VEGAS
LEVIS HELPING HANDS N LAS VEGAS
LIFE IS PRECIOUS FDN LAS VEGAS
LIVE RIGHT CONGREGATION LAS VEGAS
M N NAGY AND SHAMIN NAGY CHARITABLE FDN LAS VEGAS
MANNIE AND CATHERINE JACKSON FAMILY FDN LAS VEGAS
MARGOT COLBERT DANCE COMPANY LAS VEGAS
MEDICAL CANNABIS CONSULTANTS OF NV LAS VEGAS
MERCURY CALIFORNIA FDN LAS VEGAS
MOBILE EMERGENCY CITY LAS VEGAS
MODEL CITIZEN FUND LAS VEGAS
NEVADA CENTER FOR PUBLIC ETHICS LAS VEGAS
NEVADA IMPROVEMENT PROJECT LAS VEGAS
NEVADA VETERANS NETWORK LAS VEGAS
OVERCOMERS CDC LAS VEGAS
P O P FDN LAS VEGAS
PHILLIPS FAMILY FDN LAS VEGAS
PKO FDN (ACADEMY OF SPEED) LAS VEGAS
POSITIVE IMAGE LIFE CHANGING MINISTRY LAS VEGAS
PROTEUS THERAPEUTIC SOLUTIONS LAS VEGAS
PSYCHOSOCIAL EDUCATION COUNSELING SYSTEM HENDERSON
QUARTERBACK FDN LAS VEGAS
RANDOLPH- SHEPPARD VENDORS OF AMERICA (NEVADA) BOULDER CITY
ROBISON COMMUNITY SCHOOL LAS VEGAS
SAVEALIFE LAS VEGAS
SHARE THE ASPHALT ROAD SAFELY FOREVER LAS VEGAS
SILVER STATE YOUTH SOCCER LAS VEGAS
SOULJA GIRLZ & BOYZ ACADEMY N LAS VEGAS
SOUTHERN NEVADA JUNIOR GOLD LAS VEGAS
SPRING MOUNTAINS CONSERVANCY LAS VEGAS
SRI GAYATHRI ASHRAM LAS VEGAS
SUMMIT FDN HENDERSON
SUNRISE FAMILY MARTIAL ARTS LAS VEGAS
SYLVIA GLICKMAN MEMORIAL FDN LAS VEGAS
THERE IS HOPE CDC N LAS VEGAS
TOASTMASTERS INTL (1326372 MASTERMINDS AT M) LAS VEGAS
TRIGGS ES PTSO N LAS VEGAS
UPPER ROOM CHURCH HENDERSON
USS UNITED STATES FDN N LAS VEGAS
VEGAS UNITED LAS VEGAS
VITAL SYNERGY FDN HENDERSON
WHIRLY GIG LAS VEGAS

word cloud - strategic planning

WHO:
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Nevada Partners

 
WHAT:
Strategic Planning Workshop for Nonprofit Organizations (no charge)

 

 

WHERE:
710 W. Lake Mead Blvd., Parlor B
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
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WHEN:
Thursday, October 30, 2014
1 – 5 pm

WHY:
Nonprofits will learn how to operate more effectively through networking and strategic planning.

RSVP:
Phyllis Hargrove (HUD)
702-366-2137

foodLooking to spread the word about your non-profit organization?  Tired of paying money for a networking event?   Want to find out about available volunteer opportunites?

If so, Munch & Mingle is the perfect solution!   Come meet new people or re-connect with friends and colleagues from the local nonprofit community at these no-charge, brown bag lunches.

Munch & Mingles take place from 11 :45 am – 1 pm at the Clark County Library on the 4th Wednesday of the month.  BYOL (bring your own lunch); coffee and water will be supplied. Don’t forget to bring organizational literature to display and/or business cards.

Registration is not required for this program; for more information call 702.507.3421.

THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS  WITH VERY LITTLE EXPERIENCE IN PROPOSAL WRITING

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Mastering the technique of writing funding  proposals is a critical step for non-profits.

How do you make your    non-profit organization stand out?  It’s all a matter of what you say, how you say it and how you  approach the funders.

This 2-hour workshop will provide information on the key parts of a proposal.   It will answer many questions first time writers have regarding the process of  applying for funding.   The focus is on private foundation proposals, NOT on government funding.

For more information, please call 702.507.3421. Please register online at www.lvccld.org/library/special/sonnpic/workshops.cfm .  Walk-ins are welcome on a space-available basis.

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yes no maybe chalkboard

 

For those thinking about applying for Federal Tax-Exempt Status by using IRS Form 1023-EZ, read on.

Christopher Sorbi (of the website Form 1023.org) has written a detailed analysis for the Forms 1023 and 1023-EZ. Form 1023 is the “long” application form; Form 1023-EZ is the “short” form. Form 1023 is a paper-only form; Form 1023-EZ is an online-only form.

First, some background on Form 1023-EZ.  On July 1, 2014, the IRS released its short and “easy” version of the Form 1023, the application for tax exemption.  Form 1023-EZ is a three page form that tries to simplify the process of obtaining tax exemption through an honor system by checking a few yes/no boxes and signing a somewhat of an affidavit that what the applicant is saying is true, with no checks and balance, no review and almost no human intervention on IRS’s part.

Most organizations with gross receipts of $50,000 or less and assets of $250,000 or less are eligible.  Before completing the Form 1023-EZ, you must complete the Form 1023-EZ Eligibility Worksheet – five pages of questions about your plans and the organization.  If you answer “YES” to any of these questions, you must fill out Form 1023 instead.

Here are some salient points to help you decide which form to use; you can read the entire article here .  Many other nonprofit organizations have similar concerns regarding the new Form 1023-EZ.

  • The main reason mentioned by the IRS for creating this form is to decrease application review time by shifting the attention from reviewing applications to auditing organizations.  Who will they audit first?  An organization that filled the long form and has given every detail about their existence and plans or the organization that is virtually untested and unknown on every aspect?
  • The long version of the Form 1023 is long for a reason.  It’s an education for the budding organizations that you CANNOT get from the Form 1023-EZ version.  It goes through many scenarios and asks many questions to determine the applicant’s eligibility and intentions, while educating them with tax laws and pitfalls.
  • Many applicants have decided against starting a nonprofit organization just reading half way through the form and they actually have made the right decision, saving themselves the application fee and heartaches down the road.  Running a nonprofit organization is not for everyone and the Form 1023-EZ makes it unrealistically easy for everyone to take a failing crack at it.  By using the Form 1023-EZ, you might be approved faster but fail you will.
  • One of the qualification clauses for using the Form 1023-EZ is your organization CANNOT maintain separate accounts for donors to advise how the funds will be spent.   Almost all funders, small or large, have stipulations on how the money can be used in the grantee organization.  This means that if you ever want to apply for a grant, you CANNOT use the Form 1023-EZ.

foodAre you looking to spread the word about your non-profit organization?
Are you tired of paying money for a
networking event?
Do you want to find out about available volunteer opportunities?
Do you want to meet others in the local
non-profit community?

 

If so, Munch & Mingle is the perfect solution!   Come meet new people or re-connect with friends and colleagues from the local nonprofit community at these no-charge, brown bag lunches.

Munch & Mingles take place from 11 :45 am – 1 pm at the Clark County Library.  BYOL (bring your own lunch); coffee and water will be supplied. Don’t forget to bring organizational literature to display and/or business cards.

Registration is not required for this program.  For more information or to RSVP,  please call 702.507.3421.

 

501c3

What are the next

steps after  becoming a

Nevada non-profit

organization?

 

 

 

 

 

This workshop will discuss how to obtain tax-exempt status from the IRS.

  • Find out what you need to do before you apply
  • Learn about the steps involved in filling out the IRS form
  • Learn about the new electronic version of the IRS form
  • Discover what to expect after you apply

 

It is recommended but not required that participants have previously attended the How to Start a Nonprofit (Part I : Nevada) workshop in August.   You can either register online at http://www.lvccld.org/library/special/sonnpic/workshops.cfm or you can attend on a walk-in basis (if space is available).

Tuesday, September 16
2 – 4 p.m.
Clark County Library
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