Non-Profit Foundations and Projects
Since 2003, I have been developing funds to support some major humanitarian / philanthropic projects. In order of priority…
Teal Sheep Foundation is a US 501c3 that funds projects in the arts, writing, healing, spirituality, and chocolate. Click HERE for more on TSF; we will also have a separate webpage at https://tealsheep.foundation.
Ganesha Foundation — based in Malta, Ganesha supports research and development of disruptive technologies for humanitarian purposes. Click HERE for more information.
Keeping Kids Inspired Foundation is developing after-school programs for kids, organic food, and environmental education.
Contact: Kendis Keeping, email@example.com, 805.423.7431
Rose Star Foundation supports veterans with PTSD starting in Utah and Idaho, spreading throughout the US.
Contact: Connie Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 435.640.1297
Vision Impaired Foundation supplies screen-reading software for the blind.
Contact: Amy Adams, email@example.com, 540.285.0259
DirectRelief sends out a billion dollars’ worth of medical and disaster relief every year, from a staff of 70 based in Goleta. They always need funds and volunteers!
Contact: Dean Axelrod, directrelief.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 805.879.4932
February 2019: NEWS!
I was recently contacted by a fellow who specializes in setting up 501c3 foundations for a VERY reasonable price. His company has an excellent record, plus his professional writer works with you to create your mission statement and 1023 (the IRS application for nonprofit status — normally the most painful part of this process). He does all the forms and creates the foundation itself for a flat fee of $600 (plus the IRS filing fee of $600 when he sends in the 1023). I paid $4,400 plus the IRS fee for my foundation, so this is a steal! He is based in Florida; however, he can set up foundations in any state. Here are the contact details:
Shai Goldstein at www.a2zfilings.com
Phone: (561) 212-1192