Greeley County Recreation Foundation in Tribune Kansas

Address and phone number for Greeley County Recreation Foundation, a Charity & Non Profit, at West Greeley Avenue, Tribune KS.

Greeley County Recreation Foundation
120 West Greeley Avenue, Tribune, Kansas, 67879

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About the Greeley County Recreation Foundation

Greeley County Recreation Foundation, located in Tribune, KS, is a not-for-profit organization with a philanthropic goal. The mission of the Charity is to benefit the Greeley County area and the general public through its work. The Charity accepts donations from the public and offers volunteering options.

You may contact Non-Profit Charitable organizations for questions about:
  • Making donations and volunteering
  • Charity services and programs
  • 501(c)3 tax exempt status
  • Donation and contribution tax deductions
  • Tribune Charity ratings and rankings
Charity Programs and Volunteering

The Charity offers programs and services for the Tribune general public, with opportunities to volunteer to contribute to the Charity mission. The Charity sets requirements for volunteers, including the application process, any requirements, and training for volunteers. Contact the Charity for more information about programs open to the general public and volunteering opportunities.

Fundraising Programs

Greeley County Recreation Foundation runs fundraising programs and accepts contributions from the public, private corporations and foundations, and other Charities. The Charity also receives grants from the Tribune government to support its mission. Typically, a minimum of one third of financial support must come from the general public to maintain a Charity's tax-exempt status. The Charity uses its fundraising programs to raise money for its mission and to raise awareness. The fundraising programs include events, product or membership sales, and online fundraisers.

501(c)3 Tax Exemption

The Charity holds 501(c)3 Tax Exemption, meaning it is exempt from paying certain taxes because of the contributions the Charity makes to the public. As a non-profit organization, the Charity does not report profits to the Kansas state government or the federal government. Instead, all revenues, including fundraising, goes toward the Charity's mission and its operating costs. Contributions made to Tribune 501(c)(3) group Charities are tax-deductible for the donors.

Other Charities in Greeley County

Multiple Charity organizations operate in the Greeley County area, benefiting society and the general public. In Tribune, charities support environmental causes, promote public health and offer healthcare services, and serve educational missions, including supporting student funding or running an educational institution. Tribune arts and culture Charities preserve artistic and cultural heritage and serve an educational mission. Contact the Greeley County Recreation Foundation for more information about Charities located in Greeley County.

Contact the Greeley County Recreation Foundation

You may contact Greeley County Recreation Foundation by calling 620-376-2040, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Greeley County Recreation Foundation, 120 West Greeley Avenue, Tribune, Kansas, 67879.