nickcooper at indymedia.org
Tue Jan 30 14:19:33 PST 2007
And another option, which we currently use in Houston:
The Southwest Alternative Media Project, or SWAMP is a non-profit
entity that gives us fiscal sponsorship. We can receive tax-free
donations and they take like 8% or something. They essentially serve
as our bank account, keeping our treasury and paying our bills.
On 1/30/07, Aaron Couch <acouch at phillyimc.org> wrote:
> Hi Eric:
> Sounds pretty interesting. I'd like to hear more about the difference
> between the 501(c)3 and association status if you are able to elaborate.
> On 1/30/07, eric <eric at egyptian.com> wrote:
> > eric from big muddy
> > not opposed to nonprofit status for imcs because i do not believe that
> > funding or even paying certain staff is necessarily a corrupting influence
> > on imcs. however believe there is another option other than nonprofit
> > corporate status. question the use of corporate structure for imc
> > filing. would like to explore the option of nonprofit association status.
> > have been for sometime now and may be nearing our goal of such a filing.
> > believe that association status is more inline with nature of imc.
> > best
> > eric
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