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I'm from Jackson, TN and I'm trying to find information on where I can get a 501(c)(3) application so that I can start the non profit process.

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Why are you not a 501c3? If you think it is too hard to get one, find an attorney to do this pro bono (free) for you. You will need to write a constitution and bylaws yourself. My suggestion is to obtain the documents from another organization like yours and just recreate the documents. As other ...

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Who can a 501 c3 give to?

A non-profit organization under 501(c)3 can not give to political campaigns. Nor can it give to individuals specified by the donor; you can't use a non-profit to make a tax-deductible gift to a relative. A 501(c)3 non-profit must be organized and operated exclusively for religious, educational ...

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No, it cannot be transferred. Each 501(c)3 must make it's own application to the IRS.

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They exist, if that is what you want to know. If you are looking for a recommendation for one, I would have to know a lot more about what you want them to do. Every field has their own special language and grants for the arts, social services, and educational purposes are very dissimilar.