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OBJECT OF ROTARY IS TO ENCOURAGE AND FOSTER THE IDEAL OF SERVICE AS BASIS OF WORTHY ENTERPRISE AND, IN PARTICULAR, TO ENCOURAGE AND FOSTER: THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACQUAINTANCE AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR SERVICE ;HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS IN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS, THE RECOGNITION OF THE WORTHINESS OF ALL USEFUL OCCUPATIONS, AND THE DIGNIFYING OF EACH ROTARIAN'S OCCUPATION AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE SOCIETY ;THE APPLICATION OF THE IDEAL OF SERVICE IN EACH ROTARIAN'S PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND COMMUNITY LIFE; THE ADVANCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING, GOODWILL, AND PEACE THROUGH A WORLD FELLOWSHIP ...
Federal Emp. ID
S80 - Community Service Clubs
IRS Ruling Date
501(c)(3) - Public charity: Religious, educational, charitable, scientific, and literary organizations...
Basis for public charity status
15 - Organization with a substantial portion of support from a governmental unit or the general public
Note: Some ratios are only available for organizations completing the detailed IRS Form 990.
Smaller organizations that choose to complete the Form 990-EZ do not report on this variable.
Important Advisory: A 990 is one snapshot in time. Although Form 990 ratio analysis provided here can be a useful tool, the information can be dated and cannot reflect current conditions of a nonprofit especially in turbulent economic times. It is important to consider current financial statements of any nonprofit for an accurate picture.
The Foundation's Number of Days of Cash on Hand does not take into account the cash in an operating reserve fund maintained by the Foundation. Expenditures include grants from all Foundation funds and are not indicative of the day-to-day operations of the Foundation.
PROVIDING EDUCATION MATERIALS; DICTIONARY PROJECT PROVIDING A STUDENT DICTIONARY TO EVERY THIRD GRADER IN MERRITT ISLAND ELEM. SCHOOLS; PROVIDING TEACHER SUPPLEMENTAL TEACHING MATERIALS TO SCHOOLS IN MERRITT ISLAND; PROVIDING PROGRAMS AND TEACHING MATERIALS FOR WATER SAFETY TO MERRITT ISLAND KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN. APPROXIMATELY 1500 TO 2000 CHILDREN BENEFITED FROM THESE PROGRAMS.