Difference between 501(C)3 and 501(C)4
During an election year, Hawaii Family Forum gets a lot of requests for information on candidates and political parties. Questions like, “who do we vote for?”, “is this candidate pro-life” and “how can we support this political party?”
As a 501C3 organization, Hawaii Family Forum can NEVER get involved with candidates for public office or political parties.
So what can we do? This show will focus on the difference between a 501C3 and a 501C4.
IRS guidelines: Charitable Organizations | Internal Revenue Service (irs.gov)(501C3)
IRS guidelines: Charitable Organizations | Internal Revenue Service (irs.gov) (501C4)
Hawaii Family Advocates (C4) Website
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