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Contributions are not tax deductible unless the IRS determines the organization is tax-exempt. To search a list of tax-exempt organizations, use the IRS Exempt Organization Search Tool provided by the IRS. Some organizations, like religious organizations, may not appear on the IRS list because they are not required to file with IRS in order to be tax-exempt.
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If no Filing Year End date appears, then the filing is currently being processed.
Documents listed above include the most commonly requested filings received by the Charities Bureau from the specified registrant. Listed documents that were received on or after November 13, 2006 are available for online viewing by clicking on the appropriate link. Listed documents received prior to November 13, 2006 and other filings made by the registrant are available by utilizing this agency's Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) process.
Private foundations that have filed Internal revenue Service form 990-PF may also have filed a list of contributors and the amounts of their contributions (Schedule B to the 990-PF). A copy of such a list may also be requested through the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) process.