501c3 & 501c4?
501c3: Religious, Educational, Charitable, Scientific, Literary, Testing for Public Safety, National or International Amateur Sports Competitions, Prevention of Cruelty to Children or Animals Organizations.
Charitable contributions are tax deductible. Limited ability or restrictions to lobbying.
501c4: Civic Leagues, Social Welfare Organizations, and Local Associations of Employees.
Donations are NOT tax deductible. Less limited ability to lobby for legislation and the ability to participate in political campaigns and elections.
Our Commitment to Service
We were very pleased with the advice and help we received through Tom Wrobel in getting our 501c3 status and paperwork for the nonprofit we founded. Tom did not run over the cost and we got everything completed in about the time he said it would take. Tom is a great attorney to work with, very friendly and able to explain things in a way anyone can understand.
Lynn and Christine Dixon with The Motorcyclist Awareness Project, reachawareness.org