Currently, we only have one Every.org nonprofit profile per tax ID number (Employer Identification Number or EIN) for each entity on the IRS’s list of organizations that are tax-exempt charities under Section 501(c)(3).
If you can’t find the nonprofit through the search bar (try searching by EIN too!), there are several possible reasons. For example:
- The nonprofit may operate as a fiscally sponsored project of a different 501(c)(3) nonprofit, unable to receive donations directly (in which case only the fiscal sponsor is searchable).
- The nonprofit may be a chapter or other subsidiary under a group exemption with a parent organization (in which case only the parent organization is searchable) and it doesn't have a separate EIN. This is common for religious organizations and PTA’s for example.
- The organization may be a 501(c)(4), which doesn't have restrictions on lobbying and we're unable to disburse to. The organization may be a 501(c)(4) or a fiscally sponsored project of a 501(c)(4).
- The nonprofit may have a different legal name on their government filings or governing documents.
- The nonprofit may have had its tax-exempt status revoked by the IRS.
No matter the issue, we can help figure it out! Please contact us at [email protected] with the nonprofit’s name and their website (if you have it).