MoveOn.org, though not a registered non-profit, is now able to offer their private contributors tax-deductible benefits when they make their donation through the San Francisco Foundation Community Initiative Fund (a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization) This is one of my pet peeves. As a 501(c)3 any organization is supposed to have most of it's fund go to charitable contributions. How the heck are they getting away with this. You are supposed to be limited in political affliliation and limit your lobby efforts to a specific cause and not party. There are a lot of 501)c)3 organizations stepping over the line on this. Can't something be done about it?
posted on 12/03/2003 8:06:28 PM PST
(I Rocked the Cradle of Death from Above)
Can't something be done about it?
Find out where the San Fran foundation is getting there money from, then start complaining to the originators of the cash.
posted on 12/05/2003 10:07:32 AM PST
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