Nonprofit Sample Clauses

Nonprofit. Contractor’s business is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation, and Contractor has no employees; all work is performed by volunteers, and Contractor will not hire employees to perform this contract.
Nonprofit. An organization granted nonprofit status under state and federal tax exemptions. May also include not-for-profit schools.
Nonprofit when applied to schools or institutions eligible for the Program, means exempt from income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
Nonprofit. 4.1 The Corporation is organized without capital stock exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes. The Corporation shall issue no stock nor shall any dividend or profit ever be declared or paid to any officer or director thereof.
Nonprofit. STATUS (Group 3B nonprofit organizations only): A copy of the Facility User’s 501(c)(3) documentation, or equivalent Federal nonprofit status paperwork, shall be provided to the Facility Owner, and attached to this Use Agreement as Attachment B.
Nonprofit. Company is a charitable organization and has 501(c)3 or pending 501(c)(3) status for IRS tax purposes.
Nonprofit. November 25, 2019 This New Hampshire Student Data Privacy Agreement (“DPA”) is entered into by and between the Oyster River Cooperative School District (hereinafter referred to as “LEA”) and National Novel Writing Month (hereinafter referred to as “Provider”) on November 25, 2019. The Parties agree to the terms as stated herein.
Nonprofit. Executive Director: <<Insert Here>> Phone: <<Insert Here>> E-mail: <<Insert Here>> Non-profit Service Corps Representative: <<Insert Here>> Phone: <<Insert Here>> E-mail: <<Insert Here>> Service Corps Program Leader Phone: <<Insert Here>> E-mail: <<Insert Here>> COMMENCEMENT/EXPIRATION DATE: This MOU is executed as of the date of last signature and is effective for a year after that date, at which point it will expire unless extended. SIGNATURES: We, the undersigned, confirm that we are ready, willing and able to participate in the Service Corps program. We have read and agreed to the above terms. Date: Date: <<Insert Name Here>> Executive Director <<Insert Name Here>> Non-profit Service Corps representative
Nonprofit. Use of the selected items by a registered nonprofit or tax-exempt organization. Commercial Use of the selected items in any public manner by any entity that is not a registered nonprofit or tax-exempt organization. The above listed borrower acknowledges the request of digital image file(s) of the following item(s) from the collection of the Catholic Historical Research Center: Purpose for which the digital image file(s) will be reproduced: Terms and Conditions: The Catholic Historical Research Center (CHRC) has agreed to lend these digital image files to the Borrower, and the Borrower has accepted the same on loan, subject to the following terms and conditions:
Nonprofit. When applied to schools or institutions eligible for the School Nutrition Program this means exempt from income tax under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. School: Means An educational unit of high school grade or under operating under public ownership in a single building or complex of buildings. The term "high school grade or under" includes classes of pre-primary grade when they are conducted in a school having classes of primary or higher grade, or when they are recognized as part of the educational system in the State, regardless of whether such pre-primary classes are conducted in a school having classes of primary or higher grade. With the exception of residential summer camps, which participate in Summer Food Service Program for Children, and Job Corps centers funded by the Department of Labor, any public child care institution, or distinct part of such institution, which (1) maintains children in residence and (2) operates principally for the care of children. The term "child care institutions" includes, but is not limited to: homes for the mentally retarded, the emotionally disturbed, the physically disabled, and unmarried mothers and their infants; group homes, halfway houses; orphanages; temporary shelters for abused children and for runaway children, long-term care facilities for chronically ill children, and juvenile detention centers.