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Nonprofit organizations

Nonprofit organization (abbreviated as NPO) is neither a legal or technical definition but generally refers to an organization that uses surplus revenues to achieve its goals, rather than distributing them as profit or dividends. States in the United States defer to the IRS designation conferred under United States Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c), when the IRS deems an organization eligible. They may or may not have shareholders

The non-profit corporation is a common form of association used by community groups, as well as by homeowners' and condominium associations.

Establishing a nonprofit

Here are the steps in how to incorporate a nonprofit organization (in the United States):[1]

  • Choose a business name
  • Appoint a board of directors
  • Decide on a legal structure
  • File incorporation paperwork
  • Apply for tax-exempt status
  • Obtain necessary licenses and permits

After the organization has been incorporated and received tax-exempt status, the next action in starting a nonprofit can be seeking advice and funding from different individuals, groups, and organizations.

For profit organizations

These include:

  • Businesses with sustainable practices
  • Startups focused on appropriate technology or environmental conservation
  • Ecotourism initiatives

Sustainability organizations

Organizations which promote sustainability:

  • AlgalOilDiesel, LLP;
  • Mutual Aid Society of America, LLP;
  • Straw Bale Builders, LLP

See also Category:Sustainability organizations

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