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Government Entities

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Previous LegalEASE posts addressed 501(c)(3) public charities and 501(c)(3) private foundations. Another type of organization that we often encounter is the government entity. This type of organization is neither a private business nor a traditional charity. In this post, we'll discuss what it means to be a domestic or foreign government entity under U.S. tax law and why it matters to funders.

Gender Equality in Mexico: How ED Helped an Organization Flourish

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The Simone de Beauvoir Leadership Institute (ILSB) is a feminist Mexican NGO that has worked for the last 17 years to strengthen social leadership and citizen participation. Its focus is on bringing about justice, equity, and gender equality in society by helping feminist leaders influence national and regional policies. ILSB's policy agenda focuses on fulfilling women's human rights and demanding accountability for gender equality. 

Global Platform for Syrian Students: Providing Education and Resiliency in Times of Crisis

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The ongoing conflict in Syria has created one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises since World War II. In situations like these, higher education is typically deprioritized, leaving entire generations uneducated, developmentally disadvantaged, and not able to contribute to their society's recovery. If quality education is provided during times of conflict and disaster, however, it provides a sense of normalcy, resiliency, and hope for the future. This can ultimately save people from the vulnerabilities that manifest in a crisis situation.

LegalEASE: Notes from the Experts - The Difference Between Public Charities and Private Foundations

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All nonprofit organizations recognized by the IRS as exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (known as 501(c)(3) organizations) are charitable. However, not all 501(c)(3) organizations are subject to the same rules.

International Disability Alliance: Supporting the Rights of People with Disabilities Worldwide

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Persons with disabilities and their representative organizations have historically found themselves with limited access to both advanced educational opportunities* and the capacity-building resources they need to influence policies and legislation. The International Disability Alliance (IDA), an alliance of eight global and six regional organizations of persons with disabilities, is working to change this.

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