Fiscal Sponsorships

Fiscal Sponsorships

A Fiscal Sponsorship arrangement in which a 501(c)(3) public charity sponsors a project that may lack exempt status. This arrangement enables an organization to solicit tax-deductible donations under the sponsor's exempt status.

A Fiscal Sponsorship arrangement in which a 501(c)(3) public charity sponsors a project that may lack exempt status. This arrangement enables an organization to solicit tax-deductible donations under the sponsor's exempt status.

For Impact
Start-Ups

With UI Fiscal Sponsorship, start-ups can kickstart their charitable mission and leverage immediate benefits from UI’s legal and tax-exempt status. These organizations can raise charitable donations and establish their impact, eventually positioning themselves to secure their own 501(c)(3) nonprofit status.

For Impact
Start-Ups

With UI Fiscal Sponsorship, start-ups can kickstart their charitable mission and leverage immediate benefits from UI’s legal and tax-exempt status. These organizations can raise charitable donations and establish their impact, eventually positioning themselves to secure their own 501(c)(3) nonprofit status.

For Impact
Start-Ups

With UI Fiscal Sponsorship, start-ups can kickstart their charitable mission and leverage immediate benefits from UI’s legal and tax-exempt status. These organizations can raise charitable donations and establish their impact, eventually positioning themselves to secure their own 501(c)(3) nonprofit status.

For-Profit Social
Impact Organizations

Social impact organizations can be legally structured as LLCs or other for-profit corporate structures. These organizations can use a fiscal sponsorship to accept tax-deductible donations, rather than setting up a separate 501(c)(3).

For-Profit Social
Impact Organizations

Social impact organizations can be legally structured as LLCs or other for-profit corporate structures. These organizations can use a fiscal sponsorship to accept tax-deductible donations, rather than setting up a separate 501(c)(3).

For-Profit Social
Impact Organizations

Social impact organizations can be legally structured as LLCs or other for-profit corporate structures. These organizations can use a fiscal sponsorship to accept tax-deductible donations, rather than setting up a separate 501(c)(3).

For International

Charities

Charities based outside the U.S. often enlist the support of a Fiscal Sponsor to allow them to offer U.S. donors the benefit of a tax deduction. Otherwise, gifts made to charities outside the U.S. without a 501(c)(3) designation are not tax deductible.

For International

Charities

Charities based outside the U.S. often enlist the support of a Fiscal Sponsor to allow them to offer U.S. donors the benefit of a tax deduction. Otherwise, gifts made to charities outside the U.S. without a 501(c)(3) designation are not tax deductible.

For International

Charities

Charities based outside the U.S. often enlist the support of a Fiscal Sponsor to allow them to offer U.S. donors the benefit of a tax deduction. Otherwise, gifts made to charities outside the U.S. without a 501(c)(3) designation are not tax deductible.

For Short-Term

Projects

Some social impact efforts are designed to be short-term, such as a one-day event or a program intended to last only a few years. In either case, UI Fiscal Sponsorship is a time and cost-efficient solution for a limited-time program.

For Short-Term

Projects

Some social impact efforts are designed to be short-term, such as a one-day event or a program intended to last only a few years. In either case, UI Fiscal Sponsorship is a time and cost-efficient solution for a limited-time program.

For Short-Term

Projects

Some social impact efforts are designed to be short-term, such as a one-day event or a program intended to last only a few years. In either case, UI Fiscal Sponsorship is a time and cost-efficient solution for a limited-time program.

Fiscal Sponsorships

What are Fiscal Sponsorships?

What are Fiscal Sponsorships?

What are Fiscal Sponsorships?

Can for-profit organizations who are also involved in charitable activites receive tax deductions

Can for-profit organizations who are also involved in charitable activites receive tax deductions

Can for-profit organizations who are also involved in charitable activites receive tax deductions

What is the difference between a nonprofit and a 501(C)(3)?

What is the difference between a nonprofit and a 501(C)(3)?

What is the difference between a nonprofit and a 501(C)(3)?

Where do donors send funds?

Where do donors send funds?

Where do donors send funds?

What type of fiscal sponsorships do you offer?

What type of fiscal sponsorships do you offer?

What type of fiscal sponsorships do you offer?

What are the benefits of being fiscally sponsored?

What are the benefits of being fiscally sponsored?

What are the benefits of being fiscally sponsored?

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©2020-2024 UI Ventures LLC, DBA UI Charitable Advisors. All Rights Reserved.
Portions © 2018-2024 University Impact. All rights reserved.
University Impact is recognized as a tax-exempt public charity as described in Sections
501(c)(3), 509(a)(1), and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code. EIN # 82-1504018

(385) 286-5900

support@uicharitable.org

3507 N University Ave
Suite 125
Provo, UT 84604

©2020-2024 UI Ventures LLC, DBA UI Charitable Advisors. All Rights Reserved.
Portions © 2018-2024 University Impact. All rights reserved.
University Impact is recognized as a tax-exempt public charity as described in Sections
501(c)(3), 509(a)(1), and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code. EIN # 82-1504018

Fiscal Sponsorships

A Fiscal Sponsorship arrangement in which a 501(c)(3) public charity sponsors a project that may lack exempt status. This arrangement enables an organization to solicit tax-deductible donations under the sponsor's exempt status.