Schedule A- Public Charity Status and Public Support
Schedule A is a general rundown of your organization. It covers the basics. Why does your organization exist? Who do you serve? It describes how your organization is classified and how much monetary support you are receiving from the public (grants, contributions, etc).
The following organization types need to complete and attach this schedule to their Form 990.
6. Schedule F- Statement of Activities Outside the United States
Has your organization conducted any activities outside of the United States this year? Have you conducted any programs or fundraising activities in another country. If so, you will need to attach Schedule F to your Form 990.
7. Schedule G- Supplemental Information Regarding Fundraising or Gaming Activities
If you checked “yes” in Part IV of your Form 990, the Checklist of Required Schedules, you will be required to complete Schedule G.
This schedule provides additional information that pertains to your fundraising activities. You will need to include information related to any fundraisers that you have conducted and any game of chance that your organization has overseen.
Organizations reporting more than $25,000 in noncash contributions should complete this schedule. The IRS wants to know more about the in kind donations that you received throughout the tax year to ensure that you are a good steward of these donations.
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