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July 22-29, 2014
Are there risks if nonprofit acts outside its stated purpose?
Our town's historical society is considering using a huge proportion of a large new donation toward building a modern community center rather than a project that preserves history. I understand that building a community center would be a charitable purpose, but are there risks to a 501(c)(3) organization acting outside its stated purpose?
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Because most charity Forms 990 are available on the Internet, they can be a charity's most important public relations document. They can also be traps for the unwary that lead to confusion, serious adverse publicity, and governmental sanctions.
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