501(c)(3) nonprofit corporations are for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes. Additionally, all donations made to 501(c)(3) nonprofits are tax-deductible. 501(c)(4) are for social welfare groups and non-tax-deductible donations.
While MNA does not offer direct services for nonprofit start-ups, we do offer a variety of resources to help you get your nonprofit up and running.
Michigan Nonprofit Association continues to work with the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity to design the $50 million relief program that will include the eligibility and application process that aligns with our mutual priorities. We are getting closer to being able to provide more information as details of the program are finalized.
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