Nonprofit Organization: How We Established Ours

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AuthorHouse, Jan 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 76 pages
A popular, ever-growing outline laying out the process for starting a nonprofit organization, individually adapted to the particular situation of any number of groups filling a need for support in their community. It began with two editions of pamphlets giving little more than bylaws that could be adapted. Grew to a limited edition illustrated, small coil-bound, large print book giving directions exposing the pitfalls of trying for nonprofit status while coping with a reluctant Internal Revenue Service. Suggestions on how to keep from losing the money sent with the first application. Still popular once out-of-print-the new edition for the first time using the full name of the author as Anne Louise Grimm-it became the sixth Print-On-Demand book published by AuthorHouse, beginning in 2006.

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            A popular, ever-growing outline laying out the process for starting a nonprofit organization, individually adapted to the particular situation of any number of groups filling a need for support in their community. It began with two editions of pamphlets giving little more than bylaws that could be adapted. Grew to a limited edition illustrated, small coil-bound, large print book giving directions exposing the pitfalls of trying for nonprofit status while coping with a reluctant Internal Revenue Service. Suggestions on how to keep from losing the money sent with the first application.

 

            Still popular once out-of-print—the new edition for the first time using the full name of the author as Anne Louise Grimm—it became the sixth Print-On-Demand book published by AuthorHouse, beginning in 2006.

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