nonprofit organization

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Noun1.nonprofit organization - an organization chartered for other than profit-making activities
organization, organisation - the act of organizing a business or an activity related to a business; "he was brought in to supervise the organization of a new department"
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In recent years, there has been a proliferation of incentive programs offered by not-for-profit organizations, most notably involving vacation vouchers, in exchange for noncash donations.
Vero Beach, FL, April 04, 2012 --( Leading Vero Beach, Florida CPA firm, KNEG, has recently announced the addition of new services for not-for-profit organizations to their broad array of financial services.
During the luncheon, the chapter presented a $1,000 donation to Jack Collins, Executive Director of Community Accounting Aid and Services, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that provides free accounting and financial counseling to economically disadvantaged businesses, individuals and not-for-profit organizations in Connecticut.
Subsequent FASB staff positions allowed for a deferral of the effective date for non-public not-for-profit organizations until the GAAP financial statement first issued for the fiscal year beginning after Dec.
Many not-for-profit organizations will be surprised to find that they are considered to be lobbyists and might be required to register and report on their own activities.
(NEOnet), is accepting applications to help remote businesses and not-for-profit organizations secure high-speed Internet.
Coverage includes an overview of not-for-profit organizations and regulatory issues, establishing an audit committee and determining its charter, internal control responsibilities, risks of fraud, the internal audit function, how to establish an effective whistleblower program, the audit committee's relationship with the independent auditor, and establishing an audit committee action plan.
Over his career, Feist has grown an impressive roster of clients that includes prominent Fortune 500 companies, not-for-profit organizations and corporations.
The National Study on Giving Volunteering and Participating tells us that those who support mainline Protestant churches tend to give equal, and sometimes slightly greater financial and volunteer support to secular not-for-profit organizations in their communities.
Over the past several years, certain not-for-profit organizations, healthcare entities, pension plans and investment companies--including funds of funds have dramatically increased their investment in financial instruments that do not have a readily determinable market value.