#Last Chance for Animals – Make a Donation
YES! I want to partner with Last Chance for Animals in the fight to give animals a better life.
Last Chance for Animals relies on the generosity of individual donors to stop the pain and suffering inflicted on animals each and every day — by working together we can bring about real change.
Please become a member and work with LCA for the animals. If you are already supporting LCA, please consider making an additional donation today to help LCA continue fighting for the animals. Your contribution will be put to work immediately.
Make your donation go twice, or even three times as far! See if your company has a Matching Gifts program .
Donations to LCA are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by U.S. law
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#Large Donations – Make a Big Donation to Charity – Concern Worldwide
Large donations help us to plan ahead. This means we can achieve sustainable and effective change in the lives of the people we work with.
You can choose to make a one-off donation or provide funding over a number of years.
Picking a project
You can fund projects on your own or in a group with family, friends or colleagues. Pick a project that you feel passionate about and with your help we can make sure it is reaching the people who need it.
Email one of our major donor team at [email protected] They can help you to decide on a project to fund. They’ll also give you regular updates on the progress of your project.
What can you achieve?
Big donations make an enormous difference to the lives of the people supported by Concern:
Women of Concern
Concern has established a Women of Concern group to support Concern’s work with women in the world’s poorest countries and highlighting the issues they face. This provides an opportunity for Irish women to express solidarity and support for women who are less fortunate.
Membership of Harambee
Your own proposal
Concern works in five key areas. livelihoods, education, health, HIV and AIDS and emergencies. If there is a specific programme or place you’re interested in, we would be delighted to speak with you. What proposals or ideas do you have?
#Life Cycle of a Public Charity
Organizations that meet the requirements of Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) are exempt from federal income tax as charitable organizations. In addition, contributions made to charitable organizations by individuals and corporations are deductible under Code section 170.
Every exempt charitable organization is classified as either a public charity or a private foundation. Generally, organizations that are classified as public charities are those that (i) are churches, hospitals, qualified medical research organizations affiliated with hospitals, schools, colleges and universities, (ii) have an active program of fundraising and receive contributions from many sources, including the general public, governmental agencies, corporations, private foundations or other public charities, (iii) receive income from the conduct of activities in furtherance of the organization’s exempt purposes, or (iv) actively function in a supporting relationship to one or more existing public charities. Private foundations, in contrast, typically have a single major source of funding (usually gifts from one family or corporation rather than funding from many sources) and most have as their primary activity the making of grants to other charitable organizations and to individuals, rather than the direct operation of charitable programs.
If you think your charitable organization is or will be a public charity, click Life Cycle of a Public Charity to view a chart showing the life cycle of a public charity. This chart contains links to helpful information about points of intersection between your organization and the IRS, including access to explanatory information and forms that your organization may need to file with the IRS.
If you think your charitable organization is or will be a private foundation, click Life Cycle of a Private Foundation to view a chart showing the life cycle of a private foundation. This chart contains links to helpful information about points of intersection between your organization and the IRS, including access to explanatory information and forms that your organization may need to file with the IRS.
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Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 22-Jul-2015