My wife and I founded a nonprofit because we are very passionate about education.
They have established themselves as a nonprofit organization, complete with a board of directors.
We are going to match people with their nonprofit interests, both in the US and worldwide.
That is why her main focus is on Under the Same Sun, her nonprofit organization for people with albinism now.
This was even before the nonprofit group hired a Boston law firm to investigate its namesake as Newsweek was preparing its story.
In 2000, while she was living in San Antonio, Texas, she started a nonprofit called the Lighted Way.
And then, of course, there is Second Mile, the nonprofit that Sandusky founded, from which he allegedly recruited his prey.
There—is there less charge for a nonprofit organization box than there is for anything else?
For medical education, I have recommended legislation authorizing grants-in-aid to public and nonprofit institutions.
And kind of business, it says, "nonprofit," is that correct?