Prince George's County Charity & Non Profit

Find Prince George's County Maryland charities and nonprofits. Charities and nonprofits provide information on charitable donations, jobs, volunteering, and events.

African Christian Service Foundation 11523 Lottsford Terrace Bowie MD 20721 301-390-5770

Air Force Sergeants Association 5211 Auth Road Camp Springs MD 20746 301-899-3500

Alice Ferguson Foundation 2001 Bryan Point Road Accokeek MD 20607 301-292-5665

American Physical Society 5 Physics Ellipse Drive College Park MD 20740 301-209-3000

American Rare Breed Association 9921 Frank Tippett Road Cheltenham MD 20623 301-868-5718

Catholic Charities 5530 Livingston Terrace Oxon Hill MD 20745 301-485-1203

Catholic Charities 5704 Camp Springs Avenue Temple Hills MD 20748 240-244-2912

Community Services Foundation 6602 Greig Street Seat Pleasant MD 20743 301-925-4502

Coshar Foundation 7781 Landover Road Hyattsville MD 20785 301-773-4811

Crescent Cities Charities 4404 Queensbury Road Riverdale Park MD 20737 301-454-8162

Derek Anthony Moore Charity 4200 Forbes Boulevard Lanham MD 20706 301-918-9799

Epilepsy Foundation of America 8301 Professional Place Hyattsville MD 20785 301-459-3700

Family Crisis Center of Prince Georges County 3601 Taylor Street Brentwood MD 20722 301-779-2100

Fund For The Public Interest 7338 Baltimore Avenue College Park MD 20740 301-403-0020

Gateway Arts Center 3901 Rhode Island Avenue Brentwood MD 20722 301-277-2863

Global Child Nutrition Foundation 120 Waterfront Street Oxon Hill MD 20745 301-686-3100

Global Peace Foundation 9320 Annapolis Road Lanham MD 20706 301-577-6876

Ivy Community Charities 6118 Walton Avenue Camp Springs MD 20746 301-702-7312

Jermaine E Lewis Foundation 14103 Kendalwood Drive Upper Marlboro MD 20772 301-780-5580

John & Jane Mather Foundation 3400 Rosemary Lane Hyattsville MD 20782 301-422-7336

Charities & Non Profits Near Me

About Charities & Non Profits

What is the difference between a Charity and a Non-Profit?

Charities are Non-Profit organizations, but not all Non-Profits are Charities. Non-profit corporations do not collect profits to benefit any individual. The purpose of the organization determines its classification—Charities are organized to collect money to benefit the general public. If a Non-Profit earns less than a third of its income from public solicitation, the Internal Revenue Service does not classify it as a Charity.

Do Charities have to register with the government?

Yes, in order to benefit from tax-exempt status, Charities must register and file with the state and comply with the federal tax guidelines of the Internal Revenue Service. There are multiple ways to organize and register a Charity depending on the state and the Charity's purpose.

Are donations to a Charity tax-deductible?

In certain cases, Charity donations may be tax-deductible. Some Charities allow donors to make tax-deductible contributions to the organization. However, only Charities that are organized as 501(c)(3) groups allow donors to make tax-deductible contributions.