Just made my CHARITY OFFICIAL!

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    Apr 14, 2012 3:08 AM GMT
    This upcoming May, it will be the start of my charity. That will give back to my community. It will mainly be concentrated to the CISD (montgomery, TX) scholarship program, to any student that is in need of help and deserves it.
    This year it will only be around 7,000. After that every three months it should increase by a thousand. Until I reach my goal. Wish me luck!
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    Apr 14, 2012 3:56 AM GMT
    may11 saidThis upcoming May, it will be the start of my charity. That will give back to my community. It will mainly be concentrated to the CISD (montgomery, TX) scholarship program, to any student that is in need of help and deserves it.
    This year it will only be around 7,000. After that every three months it should increase by a thousand. Until I reach my goal. Wish me luck!


    That's great. Everybody here should have a cause they feel passionately about and that they donate their time and/or money to.
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    Apr 14, 2012 4:27 AM GMT
    Have you done your 1023 yet?
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    Apr 14, 2012 7:31 PM GMT
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    may11 saidThis upcoming May, it will be the start of my charity. That will give back to my community. It will mainly be concentrated to the CISD (montgomery, TX) scholarship program, to any student that is in need of help and deserves it.
    This year it will only be around 7,000. After that every three months it should increase by a thousand. Until I reach my goal. Wish me luck!


    That's great. Everybody here should have a cause they feel passionately about and that they donate their time and/or money to.


    Yes for sure! It's a good feeling! I'm also installing magnetic missingĀ childĀ bulletins in all trucks, cars and trailers. Thanks!
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    Apr 14, 2012 7:38 PM GMT
    GAMRican saidHave you done your 1023 yet?


    Yes I did complete the 1023 form, it was a little confusing at first.
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    Apr 15, 2012 4:30 AM GMT
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    GAMRican saidHave you done your 1023 yet?


    Yes I did complete the 1023 form, it was a little confusing at first.


    Oy! I know. I'm going through this right now as well.

    An "Educational", "Research", and "Charitable" 503c3 tax exempt. The Part IV narrative alone was 7 pages.
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    Apr 15, 2012 9:34 PM GMT
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    may11 said
    GAMRican saidHave you done your 1023 yet?


    Yes I did complete the 1023 form, it was a little confusing at first.


    Oy! I know. I'm going through this right now as well.

    An "Educational", "Research", and "Charitable" 503c3 tax exempt. The Part IV narrative alone was 7 pages.


    Haha I feel you bro, I read them and read them over and over, plus you can't make a single mistake....what saved me was my sister. She is in the accounting business so it was easier thanks to her....what are you plans?
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    Apr 15, 2012 10:01 PM GMT
    may11 said
    GAMRican said
    may11 said
    GAMRican saidHave you done your 1023 yet?


    Yes I did complete the 1023 form, it was a little confusing at first.


    Oy! I know. I'm going through this right now as well.

    An "Educational", "Research", and "Charitable" 503c3 tax exempt. The Part IV narrative alone was 7 pages.


    Haha I feel you bro, I read them and read them over and over, plus you can't make a single mistake....what saved me was my sister. She is in the accounting business so it was easier thanks to her....what are you plans?


    Myself and a group of colleagues have incorporated an entity which has the following "Global Ends statement" (as in "Ends" and "Means"):

    "Transitioning and retired US Armed Forces members and their spouses and dependents, senior workforce professionals in declining industries, unemployed persons with non-current workforce skills, and other qualified beneficiaries experience a continually improving standard of living, stability, a sense of community, self-esteem and self-actualization. These Ends will be achieved in a sustainable manner that represents value for the resources invested."

    In short, "Our beneficiaries have the jobs that they want."

    For each identified population, we will focus first on beneficiaries who are transitioning and retired U.S. Armed Forces members and their spouses and dependents. We will perform "workforce development research" to identify skills gaps. We will develop training assessments, and deliver a broader range of tailored certification training programs. We seek to collaborate and financially support other not-for-profit organizations, augment programs in place with the U.S. Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Labor, Education, and Homeland Security, and partner with major corporations to deliver upon our shared vision where "Veterans have the jobs that they want."

    Although our mission is nationwide, we will begin pilot programs in Northern California, Washington, D.C., Honolulu, and South Florida starting in July 2012.

    Ok, time for me to go work on Schedule H. Oh joy! haha!

    Please PM me if you have any questions on not-for-profit management/governance.

    Aloha and Be Well!
    Alan
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    Apr 15, 2012 11:04 PM GMT
    GAMRican said
    may11 said
    GAMRican said
    may11 said
    GAMRican saidHave you done your 1023 yet?


    Yes I did complete the 1023 form, it was a little confusing at first.


    Oy! I know. I'm going through this right now as well.

    An "Educational", "Research", and "Charitable" 503c3 tax exempt. The Part IV narrative alone was 7 pages.


    Haha I feel you bro, I read them and read them over and over, plus you can't make a single mistake....what saved me was my sister. She is in the accounting business so it was easier thanks to her....what are you plans?


    Myself and a group of colleagues have incorporated an entity which has the following "Global Ends statement" (as in "Ends" and "Means"):

    "Transitioning and retired US Armed Forces members and their spouses and dependents, senior workforce professionals in declining industries, unemployed persons with non-current workforce skills, and other qualified beneficiaries experience a continually improving standard of living, stability, a sense of community, self-esteem and self-actualization. These Ends will be achieved in a sustainable manner that represents value for the resources invested."

    I see I see, that's awesome what you are doing! It's a awesome feeling to hell others in the way you are soon! Wish you the best for you buddy! And thanks, have a good one!

    In short, "Our beneficiaries have the jobs that they want."

    For each identified population, we will focus first on beneficiaries who are transitioning and retired U.S. Armed Forces members and their spouses and dependents. We will perform "workforce development research" to identify skills gaps. We will develop training assessments, and deliver a broader range of tailored certification training programs. We seek to collaborate and financially support other not-for-profit organizations, augment programs in place with the U.S. Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Labor, Education, and Homeland Security, and partner with major corporations to deliver upon our shared vision where "Veterans have the jobs that they want."

    Although our mission is nationwide, we will begin pilot programs in Northern California, Washington, D.C., Honolulu, and South Florida starting in July 2012.

    Ok, time for me to go work on Schedule H. Oh joy! haha!

    Please PM me if you have any questions on not-for-profit management/governance.

    Aloha and Be Well!
    Alan
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    Aug 10, 2012 1:58 AM GMT
    GAMRican said
    may11 said
    GAMRican said
    may11 said
    GAMRican saidHave you done your 1023 yet?


    Yes I did complete the 1023 form, it was a little confusing at first.


    Oy! I know. I'm going through this right now as well.

    An "Educational", "Research", and "Charitable" 503c3 tax exempt. The Part IV narrative alone was 7 pages.


    Haha I feel you bro, I read them and read them over and over, plus you can't make a single mistake....what saved me was my sister. She is in the accounting business so it was easier thanks to her....what are you plans?


    Myself and a group of colleagues have incorporated an entity which has the following "Global Ends statement" (as in "Ends" and "Means"):

    "Transitioning and retired US Armed Forces members and their spouses and dependents, senior workforce professionals in declining industries, unemployed persons with non-current workforce skills, and other qualified beneficiaries experience a continually improving standard of living, stability, a sense of community, self-esteem and self-actualization. These Ends will be achieved in a sustainable manner that represents value for the resources invested."

    In short, "Our beneficiaries have the jobs that they want."

    For each identified population, we will focus first on beneficiaries who are transitioning and retired U.S. Armed Forces members and their spouses and dependents. We will perform "workforce development research" to identify skills gaps. We will develop training assessments, and deliver a broader range of tailored certification training programs. We seek to collaborate and financially support other not-for-profit organizations, augment programs in place with the U.S. Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Labor, Education, and Homeland Security, and partner with major corporations to deliver upon our shared vision where "Veterans have the jobs that they want."

    Although our mission is nationwide, we will begin pilot programs in Northern California, Washington, D.C., Honolulu, and South Florida starting in July 2012.

    Ok, time for me to go work on Schedule H. Oh joy! haha!

    Please PM me if you have any questions on not-for-profit management/governance.

    Aloha and Be Well!
    Alan


    Whew! Finally filed the Form 1023. 125 pages and 1 check for $850! haha!
    It certainly was an education completing this!

    We can now say that "Your donations may be tax deductible" (until the final determination comes in).

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