"Public Charity" Definition
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        Public Charity

In the USA, charitable organisations (those designated under Section 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Code) that qualify as public charities, private operating foundations, or private foundations. A public charity as defined in Section 509 (identified by the Service as "not a private foundation") normally receives a substantial part of its income, directly or indirectly, from the general public or from government sources. The public support must be fairly broad, not limited to a few individuals or families.

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Public Charity - In the USA, charitable organisations (those designated under Section 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Code) that qualify as public charities, private operating foundations, or private foundations. A public charity as defined in Section 509 (identified by the Service as "not a private foundation") normally receives a substantial part of its income, directly or indirectly, from the general public or from government sources. The public support must be fairly broad, not limited to a few individuals or families.


Public Charity : in the usa, charitable organisations (those designated under section 501(c)(3) by the internal revenue code) that qualify as public charities, private operating foundations, or private foundations. a public charity as defined in section 509 (identified by the service as "not a private foundation") normally receives a substantial part of its income, directly or indirectly, from the general public or from government sources. the public support must be fairly broad, not limited to a few individuals or families.