501(c)3 Status Belizean Organizations in the United States

Below is a list of Belizean Organizations that are registered with the IRS under 501(c)3 status should you ever want to make tax deductible donations.The info below is pulled directly from the IRS website.

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Deductibility Status

In general, an individual who itemizes deductions may deduct contributions to most charitable organizations up to 50% of his or her adjusted gross income computed without regard to net operating loss carrybacks. Individuals generally may deduct charitable contributions to other organizations up to 30% of their adjusted gross income (computed without regard to net operating loss carrybacks). These limitations (and organizational status) are indicated as follows:

CodeType of organization and use of contribution.Deductibility Limitation
PCA public charity.50%
POFA private operating foundation.50%
PFA private foundation.30% (generally)
GROUPGenerally, a central organization holding a group exemption letter, whose subordinate units covered by the group exemption are also eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions, even though they are not separately listed.Depends on various factors
LODGEA domestic fraternal society, operating under the lodge system, but only if the contribution is to be used exclusively for charitable purposes.30%
UNKWNA charitable organization whose public charity status has not been determined.Depends on various factors
EOAn organization described in section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code other than a public charity or private foundation.Depends on various factors
FORGNA foreign-addressed organization. These are generally organizations formed in the United States that conduct activities in foreign countries. Certain foreign organizations that receive charitable contributions deductible pursuant to treaty are also included, as are organizations created in U.S. possessions.Depends on various factors
SOA Type I, Type II, or functionally integrated Type III supporting organization.50%
SONFIA non-functionally integrated Type III supporting organization.50%
SOUNKA supporting organization, unspecified type.50%

Contributions must actually be paid in cash or other property before the close of an individual’s tax year to be deductible for that tax year, whether the individual uses the cash or accrual method.

If an individual donates property other than cash to a qualified organization, the individual may generally deduct the fair market value of the property. If the property has appreciated in value, however, some adjustments may have to be made.

The rules relating to how to determine fair market value are discussed in Publication 561, Determining the Value of Donated Property. For a more comprehensive discussion of the rules covering income tax deductions for charitable contributions by individuals, see Publication 526, Charitable Contributions.

Exemption Type

The section of the Internal Revenue Code that describes a type of organization that generally qualifies for exemption from federal income tax, and that provides the basis for the organization’s exemption. The following table describes the meaning of the exemption type codes:

Exemption Type (IRC section)Description
501(c)(3)Religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition, or prevention of cruelty to children or animals organizations
501(c)(4)Civic leagues, social welfare organizations, and local associations of employees
00Not Identified

List of Active Organizations

EINLegal Name (Doing Business As)CityStateCountryDeductibility Status
45-5361442Belize Arch IncorporatedWest LinnORUnited StatesPC
61-1591979Belize Archeological Research and Education FoundationEast LansingMIUnited StatesPC
46-0959356Belize Association of Central Florida Inc.TampaFLUnited StatesPC
46-4651836Belize Beach Inc.DenverCOUnited StatesPC
46-2022760Belize Cancer Society of CaliforniaLos AngelesCAUnited StatesPOF
74-3247866Belize Chemotherapy Organization of New York Inc.Las VegasNVUnited StatesPC
26-3745817Belize Childrens Food Foundation Inc.CantonGAUnited StatesPC
26-0612403Belize Childrens Fund Inc.SavannahGAUnited StatesPC
14-1965895Belize Culture and Heritage AssociationEvanstonILUnited StatesPC
36-4398475Belize Day in the Park CommitteeEvanstonILUnited StatesPC
26-3899112Belize Economic & Ecological Development FundTucsonAZUnited StatesPC
46-3223406Belize Education FundPleasantonCAUnited StatesPC
26-1879700Belize Education ProjectGoldenCOUnited StatesPC
80-0949264Belize Ex-Services League of Chicago Inc.ChicagoILUnited StatesPC
33-0491775Belize Faith Missions IncorporatedRedlandsCAUnited StatesPC
26-2770488Belize FoundationWest LakeTXUnited StatesPC
46-1117646Belize Fund theSusquehannaPAUnited StatesPC
46-4865137Belize Hope Inc.DunedinFLUnited StatesPC
59-2669818Belize International Educational Foundation IncorporatedLakelandFLUnited StatesPC
91-2153065Belize Mission & RetreatOaklandCAUnited StatesPC
37-1413252Belize Mission ProjectCentraliaILUnited StatesPC
27-3139628Belize Mission SocietySaint LouisMOUnited StatesPC
02-0641711Belize Musical Action CommissionRichmondVAUnited StatesPF
20-8343227Belize Open Source – Sustainable DevelopmentLivermoreCAUnited StatesPC
33-1006329Belize OutreachLindaleTXUnited StatesPC
32-0125019Belize ProjectBrentwoodTNUnited StatesPC
26-4504413Belize Raptor Research InstituteCampbellCAUnited StatesPC
46-0586427Belizean Community and Cultural CenterLos AngelesCAUnited StatesPC
26-3094505Belizean Womens Wellness FoundationLos AngelesCAUnited StatesPF
46-2296445Bibles for BelizeViloniaARUnited StatesPC
72-1542010Body and Soul Ministries of BelizePiney FlatsTNUnited StatesPC
46-2415860Books for BelizeScottsdaleAZUnited StatesPC
01-0811121Bridging Belize NetworkNashvilleTNUnited StatesPC
46-0765043Church Planting Movement BelizeKatyTXUnited StatesPC
26-1246740Concerned BelizeansNorth ChicagoILUnited StatesPC
76-0378703Consortium for Belize Educational CooperationValdostaGAUnited StatesPC
52-1434284Consortium for Belizean Development Inc.Los AngelesCAUnited StatesPC
45-4736548Friends Supporting the Anglican Diocese of Belize Inc.PelhamNYUnited StatesPC
54-2161114Full Basket BelizeWashingtonDCUnited StatesPC
20-5264736Healthy Church Healthy BelizeLititzPAUnited StatesPC
71-1042727Hearts for Belize IncorporatedPittsburghPAUnited StatesPC
01-0946677Hope for Belize Inc.ApexNCUnited StatesPC
63-1219469Mission Belize Inc.GardendaleALUnited StatesPC
11-3687133New York Belizean Committee Inc.BrooklynNYUnited StatesPC
27-4796119North Belize Medical MissionsBryanTXUnited StatesPC
75-2250701Project Belize Inc.MonticelloFLUnited StatesPC
42-1666771Rise Up Belize – Advancement Through EducationSacramentoCAUnited StatesPC
43-1775990Teachers for A Better BelizeSaint LouisMOUnited StatesPC
26-0074745The Belize Organization of New York Inc.BronxNYUnited StatesPC
45-5222304True BelizeanLos AngelesCAUnited StatesPC
27-4513408United Belizean IncorporatedLos AngelesCAUnited StatesPC
27-3711538United Belizeans of Northern IllinoisBeach ParkILUnited StatesPC
59-3340282Belize Foundation for
Research and Environmental Education (BFREE)
WashingtonDCUnited StatesPC

Automatic Revocation of Exemption

Organizations whose federal tax exemption has been automatically revoked for not filing a Form 990-series annual return or notice for three consecutive tax years. The automatic revocation date listed for each of these organizations is historical; it reflects an organization’s effective date of automatic revocation, but not necessarily its current tax-exempt status. The organization may have applied to the IRS for recognition of exemption and been recognized by the IRS as tax-exempt after its effective date of automatic revocation. To check whether an organization is currently recognized by the IRS as tax-exempt, call Customer Account Services at (877) 829-5500 (toll-free number) .

EINLegal NameCityStateZIPCountryExemption TypeRevocation DateRevocation Posting DateExemption Reinstatement Date
11-3576113AMERICAN FRIENDS OF BELIZE INCBROOKLYNNY11207US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
74-1856117AUTONOMOUS BELIZEAN CITIZENSHOUSTONTX77087US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
73-1635956BELIZE BUILDERS RESOURCEONTARIOCA91764US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
20-3074313BELIZE CARES COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONMIAMIFL33131US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
38-3029601BELIZE FOUNDATION INCSOUTHFIELDMI48075US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
11-3192849BELIZE PARKFEST OF NEW YORK INCROOSEVELTNY11575US501(c)(4)15-Jun-201009-Jun-2011
95-4326857BELIZEAN AMERICAN NURSING COMMUNITYLOS ANGELESCA90011US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
11-3364439BELIZEAN AMERICAN PARKFEST INCJAMAICANY11433US501(c)(3)15-Dec-201010-Aug-2011
33-0873650BELIZEAN RELIEF ORGANIZATIONRIVERSIDECA92503US501(c)(3)15-Apr-201107-Dec-2011
11-3119913BELIZEANS IN SOLIDARITYFAR ROCKAWAYNY11691US501(c)(3)15-Sep-201009-Jun-2011
75-2912451BELIZEANS UNITED IN DALLAS-FORTPLANOTX75023US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
33-1151813BLUMBERG FUND FOR BELIZEAN YOUTHWASHINGTONDC20008US501(c)(3)15-May-201211-Feb-2013
85-0456605BOOKS FOR BELIZE INCST PETERSBURGFL33704US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
80-0339389CASABELIZEMANHATTAN BCHCA90266US0015-May-201211-Feb-2013
36-3652520CHICAGO BELIZEAN HEALTH CARE ORGNCHICAGOIL60628US501(c)(3)15-May-201411-Aug-2014
76-0232173HOUSTON BELIZEAN ASSOCIATION INCHOUSTONTX77060US501(c)(3)15-May-201009-Jun-2011
95-4583143LOS ANGELES BELIZEAN EDUCATIONAL (LABEN)LOS ANGELESCA90019US501(c)(3)15-Nov-201211-Mar-2013
11-2838160NEW YORK BELIZEAN NURSINGQUEENSNY11413US501(c)(3)15-Jan-201107-Sep-2011
11-3109865YOUNG BELIZEAN AMERICAN FORBKLYNNY11225US501(c)(3)15-Oct-201009-Jun-2011

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