Internal Revenue Bulletin: 2009-14
April 6, 2009
This announcement invites public comments on how to improve the Internal Revenue Service's Exempt Organizations website (www.irs.gov/eo).
This announcement invites public comments on the implementation and content of the Exempt Organization Academic Institution Initiative.
The IRS has revoked it determination that Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep Foundation of Red River, MN; Skippers Learning Center of Lake City, SC; Reliable Cash Management Association of Buffalo Grove, IL; Pecan Park Learning Center of Jackson, MS; Brucker Charitable Foundation of Mountain Home, TX; N. U. Yoga Ashrama in America of Winter, WI; Housing Development Group of Denver, CO; National Business Fellowship Foundation of Raeford, NC; GIK Foundation of Bellevue, WA; Debt Free Foundation, Inc., of Provo, UT; Urban Light Community Development of Houston, TX; Sweet Life Program of Las Vegas, NV; Ladoras Family Services, Inc., of Compton, CA; Robert and Donna Herbolich Charitable Supporting of Hudson, OH; Three Point Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., of Williamsburg, KY; Advance Practice Foundation, Inc., of Basking Ridge, NJ; Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland, Inc., of Cleveland, OH; World Project, Inc., of Temecula, CA; Sandton Lifestyles of Los Angeles, CA; Dunn-Mason Foundation of Farmington Hills, MI; and Walter E & Romell A King Foundation of Gary, IN; qualify as organizations described in sections 501(c)(3) and 170(c)(2) of the Code.
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