A charitable institution, or a gift to create and support such an institution; as, Lady Margaret's charity.
For inheritance tax purposes a charity is a UK registered charity or other qualifying body. Other qualifying bodies are listed in the leaflet IHT206a.
A Charity is an organisation that exists to help those in need or to provide educational, scientific, religious and artistic assistance to members of the public.
organisation set up to help a good cause financially. Many sports organisations are registered charities.
a body of individuals or trust established for non-profit making purposes.
(char·i·ty) NOUN: A moral and/or religious duty of the individual to help those in need. The DHM uses the term to describe the efforts of private individuals or organizations to help people with disabilities in any capacity -- medical research, independent living, education, employment, etc.
giving help to those in need
an activity or gift that benefits the public at large
an entity that is not-for-profit and has a dominant
a nice option for guests on tight budgets because many charities only inform the couple that a donation was made, without revealing the amount
an institution or fund established for a charitable purpose
a non profit making organisation that raises money for people in need
an organisation set up entirely for charitable purposes that acts for public benefit
an organisation set up for exclusively charitable purposes, which carries out activities to achieve these purposes
an organisation that collects money for a cause
an organisation that undertakes charitable activities
an organisation / trust / foundation set up exclusively for charitable purposes
an organization which exists principally to do good work which needs to be done
a trust, company or unincorporated association established for charitable purposes only
a type of non-profit organization, and some non-governmental organizations may also be nonprofit organizations
a type of non-profit organization, and some non-governmental organization s may also be non-profit organizations
An organization working for the public good, in such areas as relief of poverty, advancement of education, religion, health, arts, culture, etc.
In its traditional legal meaning, the word "charity" encompasses religion, education, and assistance to the government, promotion of health, relief of poverty or distress and other purposes that benefit the community. Nonprofit organizations that are organized and operated to further one of these purposes generally will be recognized as exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (See 501(c)(3)) and will be eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable gifts.
An organisation which raises funds to pass onto people in need, for educational purposes, the advancement of religion or for the general benefit of the community.
In popular use the term charity is often used as a synonym for voluntary, or not-for-profit organisations, popularly understood as organisation that raise funds for or offer support to the disadvantaged in society. However, the legal meaning of the term can differ from the popular understanding. In legal terms, a charity is an entity established for altruistic purposes that the law regards as charitable. While the Australian Tax Office endorses organisations as eligible for charitable status, the Tax Office does not set the criteria to decide whether or not an organisation is a charity. Criteria for deciding what is a charity have been established by case law.
For inheritance tax purposes a charity is a UK registered charity or other qualifying body. Other qualifying bodies include organisations such as St John's Ambulance, hospices and orphanages.
An organization that operates exclusively for the benefit of the community by supporting causes such as religion, education, assistance to the government, promotion of health, relief of poverty or distress, or other charitable purposes. Generally exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable gifts. Gospel for Asia is a charitable organization.
A legally incorporated nonprofit organization that operates for the public benefit and has federally registered charitable status Charitable status allows an organization to issue tax receipts for donations, and involves rules and regulations about governance, advocacy and operations that may provide a higher level of accountability than non-charities.
that which is willingly given to aid those in need; a nonprofit organization that is active in humanitarian work and supported entirely or in part by gifts.
as a noun, refers to a kind of non-profit organization that solicits and is able to accept donations or gifts from individual and corporate donors. A registered charity is a charity which has successfully applied to the federal government under the Income Tax Act for charitable status. An organization benefits from obtaining chartiable status because it possesses the privilege of issuing official receipts to donors for their monetary contribution. This donor can, in turn, submit the receipt to Revenue Canada for a tax exemption.