Give Strong

At Give Again you can give in a secure space that puts your giving—and gift—back where it matters!
Dive into our terms of quality assurance, so you know that the organizations we list are ones you’ll be happy to share the gift of giving.

01.

Certified Nonprofits

The nonprofits we share with you must hold tax exempt status as a 501(c) 3—or similar—allowing tax deductible contributions.

The organizations we give to are tax deductible. Most are listed as a 501(c)3 organization, but can also include 501(c)1, 501(c)8, 501(c)10, and 501(c)13. Identifying these organizations ensures that we can find ways to keeping giving and make giving more financially sustainable.

source: https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=content.view&cpid=1559

02.

Community Focus

We look for how our nonprofits directly impact & support the community they serve.

Give Again frequently finds this information under the organization’s mission, vision, impact details, facts & figures, about us or impact sections. We keep this measurement flexible so it fits all the different organizations we come across, but we look closely for a statement on how the organization directly addresses their community’s needs.

03.

Transparency

We ensure that our nonprofits publish their 990 (or similar) tax documentation on the organization’s website or social media platform, dating no more than 3 years old.

Each organization needs to spend and receive funding differently to be successful, and being open about that process is what we look for. We want our givers to have ease in accessibility (if they chose to view this documentation), so we ask that this information be found on the organization’s website or social media platform.

For our givers who do decide they want to view a nonprofit organization’s tax documentation, we ask you keep the following in mind: 

  • Under IRS regulations, a tax exempt organization must make their annual return available for public inspection.
  • For a profit or nonprofit organization to be successful, they all have to pay overhead, salaries, marketing, supplies, etc.
  • There are many different types of 990’s, we’ve listed some below to help you understand the basic differences. However, if you are having trouble locating an organization’s tax documentation, please let us know by emailing lizzbizzell@gmail.com
    • Form 990: Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax (most common)
      • Form 990-EZ: Short Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax
      • Form 990-N: e-Postcard
      • Form 990-T: Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (and proxy tax under section 6033(e))
      • Form 8868: Application for Extension of Time to File an Exempt Organization Return 

source: https://www.irs.gov/e-file-providers/e-file-for-charities-and-non-profits 

Measuring up Give Again

Certified Nonprofit

To make Give Again a sustainable business, we need to be able to accept, receive, and give donations as a charitable organization. We are registered as 501(c)3 nonprofit making your gifted amount tax deductible. 

Community Focus

Local just got bigger because Give Again wants to give back to the local nonprofit organizations that are making the big differences.

Often local organizations accomplishing the remarkable and influential ground work, aren’t able to spend the time or money asking for smaller donations. Give Again is here for you to gift what you can, when you can, to support your local nonprofits. 

Transparency

Give Again’s 990 tax documentation is coming soon.

Because we are a new organization this document won’t be filed until May 15, 2023.