The Institute for Education, Research, and Scholarships (IFERS) can serve as a fiscal sponsor or an umbrella nonprofit for your organization in the mission fields of education, research, and scholarships. IFERS can share our 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status with your charitable organization so that you can immediately receive tax-deductible donations and gifts from your supporters through IFERS.
Advantages of Nonprofit Status
The advantages of a 501(c)(3)nonprofit status include:
- 100% tax exemption from the U.S. Federal, state, and local governments.
- Ability to solicit charitable donations from the public, private foundations, and government agencies.
- Donors can claim up to 100% tax deductions on their income taxes.
Types of Sponsored Projects
The types of sponsored projects may include but are not limited to:
- Seasonal events such as festivals, craft demonstrations, art shows, workshops, seminars, conferences, or poetry readings.
- Special events for disaster reliefs and other humanitarian efforts.
- Long-term projects in the mission fields of education, research, and scholarships.
Whether your organization has or has not filed the paperwork for a nonprofit status, or you are waiting for the nonprofit status determination from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, you should consider having us as your umbrella organization and fiscal sponsor, so that you can start your own charitable projects immediately. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com
Featured Charitable Projects
EASE T1D (Education, Awareness, Support, and Empowerment for Type 1 Diabetes) is the joint effort of two mothers who have children with type 1 diabetes. EASE T1D converses with doctors, nurses, teachers, and school staff on what type 1 diabetes entails. EASE T1D provides a better understanding of the disease to help ensure the safety of our children as well as to find a cure.
(March 14, 2016) Institute for Education, Research and Scholarships (IFERS) and our sponsored project EASE T1D are honored to be acknowledged by California State Senator Richard Roth in his measure to raise awareness of Type 1 Diabetes approved by California State Senate. California government press release
Foldscope Instruments offers Foldscope as a low-cost, origami-based print-and-fold optical microscope that is ideal for applications in global health, field based citizen science, and K12-science education. The first official foldscope workshops were held in India in December 2015.
College of Law and Business (CLB) is dedicated to preparing the next generation of Israeli lawyers and businesspeople for the challenges of the 21st century. A non-profit institution situated in the heart of Ramat-Gan's business center, CLB is committed to providing scholarship opportunities for students in need.
Kee's Disaster Relief is here to give hope to those affected by any natural disaster in the United States of America by rapidly deploying an emergency response team. The goal is to arrive to the affected community within 3 days with the proper personnel including medical professionals on the ground.
Menstrual Health Hub promotes the exchange of information about menstrual health, menstrual hygiene management (MHM) and menstrual equity. It offer social initiatives, educational resources, product information, research, Q&A forum, and advocacy campaigns to help drive awareness.
The Panel Foundation, Cleveland County - NC promotes higher education by providing a panel of educated individuals. A moderator asks real life questions in regard to obstacles in middle school and high school as well as in adult life. The foundation provides real-life examples to reach our future leaders and to help end poverty.
Developers' Club is an after-school program that offers a one-stop shop for technology K-12 education. The after-school program aims to increase diversity in technology by focusing on female students participation. It also emphasizes a form of computing known as clean computing in an effort to bring environmental awareness to young students by teaching them how we can make technology biodegradable, renewable, and eco-friendly.
Veteran's Book Club provide books for children of disabled veterans and veterans themselves by shipping them bulk of books on a regular basis. In addition to serving veterans, the book club provides prisons with books for inmates as well as donates English books to foreign churches that do not have access to English books.
Cameroon Overseas Study and Internship (COSAI) is an NGO that provides overseas study and internship opportunities for young Cameroonians to improve their education, professional careers, and social-economic situations.
VERDE-Uganda is a multifaceted community-based organization working voluntarily with heartfelt compassion to uplift the conditions of rural persons living in extreme, pervasive, and persistent poverty in Jinja and Tororo District of Uganda. The projects include education and healthcare for women and children.
Female Director Fights for Education: Destiny Thomas escaped child abuse and neglect from a religious cult that treats women as second-class citizen. With limited education, dozens of odd-jobs, hours of self study and the burning need for redemption, Destiny went on to write and direct the international award-winning short "My Center Will Not Hold" (2014).
Alabama Veterans Managed Care provides assistance to disabled veterans and their families. The hand up program helps with cooling and heating systems for homes of veterans. The nonprofit provides school supplies, books, and after school practice in language, arts, math, and computer to veterans kids grades k-12. It offers financial resources to help veterans continue pursuing educational programs.
The Polymathic Prodigy Institute advances global social equity through excellence in education.