Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 30

April 30 508c1a info websites

I sent out a few inquiries today to people I know in different faith-based organizations to see if any are using or have even heard of the 508c1a Faith Based Organization non-profit, tax-exempt status. Am awaiting replies.  Also, I located an attorney here in Boise who does non-profit work. He also has a garden in …

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Apr 29

April 29 Video inspiration

A song title popped into my head this morning – an oldie from 1970 called “Share the Land.” It was performed back then by a Canadian band called The Guess Who. It’s still being sung by Burton Cummings, the man who wrote it, and seems like a great inspirational song for an eco-community! Give a …

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Apr 24

April 24 Added the Imagine The Possibilities page

One of the greatest challenges (I imagine) that a self-sustaining community faces is food production.  There are many possibilities that can be employed that increase the yield above and beyond the standard soil-planting that takes up quite a bit of space as it’s done in a typical garden site.  The best use of space and …

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Apr 20

April 20

Created this website today. Happy Easter!

Apr 18

April 18 A paralegal at ACIM

At tonight’s ACIM meeting, I was talking about all the things I’d found this week, and the nonprofit info, too, and Jim had some suggestions as he knows a bit about 503(1) c. It turns out that Lisa, his woman friend who’s been coming to meetings too, is a paralegal and she agreed to do some …

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Apr 17

April 17 Non-profit night at the library was very profitable!

A great evening at the library. I spoke with an attorney for about 40 minutes and she found a bit on 508c1a but not a lot, so she gave me the names of two attorneys in Boise who know about non-profits. I spent about 30 minutes with one of the ladies at the table with …

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Apr 16

April 16 Community v Segregation

A a member of a group, today I attended an open house for people nearing retirement age at a Senior Living Community. It was quite beautiful; nice buildings, well-kept grounds, lovely apartments that all opened into an indoor, two-story high, central promenade bright and sunny from the skylights, warmly carpeted for style and noise-reduction. The …

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Apr 15

April 15 Non-profit night at the library

I checked the library website to see if any legal advice evenings were upcoming and found this! I can’t believe it’s all about non-profits! Two days from now, too!  Non Profit Resource Thursday Thursday, April 17, 2014, 4 – 6pm Main Library Nonprofit organizations and start-ups can get free help finding resources at these monthly drop-in sessions. …

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