The Texas Code of Business Organizations (the “Code”) states that a nonprofit corporation created under a special statute is subject to Title 1 and the Chapter. Any corporation can pay reasonable compensation for services provided to the corporation. Please note that the Secretary of State does not determine what is considered reasonable compensation. A document submitted in 1993 to the IRS Continuing Education Program for specialists from exempt organizations discusses reasonable compensation. This document is available on the IRS website (PDF, 116 kb).
While a nonprofit corporation is not required to notify the Secretary of State of changes in the information of its officers or directors at the time of the change, a nonprofit corporation can file a periodic report even if the Secretary of State has not requested it. However, submitting a voluntary report does not affect your obligation to submit a report on time when requested by the Secretary of State. The Texas Code of Business Organizations (the “Code”) states that a nonprofit corporation created under a special law is subject to Title 1 and Chapter 22 of the Code, to the extent that it is not inconsistent with the special law. Abena's strong belief in the power of rural communities to create their own transformative solutions to improve residents' health and well-being has led to innovative funding solutions that build the capacity of rural communities, invest in young rural leaders, and catalyze resident-led networks to address the health and well-being of vulnerable, isolated and under-resourced rural populations. As the public affairs manager for H-E-B in Central Texas, Felicia's responsibilities include media relations, social impact strategy, obtaining sponsorships, and charitable nonprofit initiatives on behalf of H-E-B.
The OAG keeps copies of IRS forms 990-PF (return from a private foundation) or of section 4947 (a) (a) (a non-exempt charitable trust is considered a private foundation). A nonprofit corporation actively applying for funds in Texas may be “transacting business in Texas” and must submit a registration request (see Form 302 (Word 190 kb, PDF 99 kb); however, if the corporation's contacts with Texas are solely through interstate commerce (e.g., by mail or telephone) or through independent contractors, then the corporation is probably not “transacting business in Texas.”Section 552.003 (A) of the Public Information Act defines the term “governmental body” to include the “part, section, or part of an organization, corporation, commission, committee, institution, or agency that spends or has the full or partial support of public funds. The Texas Telephone Requests for Law Enforcement Act (LETSA) regulates certain law enforcement organizations that engage in telephone solicitation in the state of Texas. Courtney earned a degree in Public Policy and completed the unique interdisciplinary specialization in Community Development at Howard University, a historically black university in Washington, DC. Organizations based in Williamson County, TX may be eligible for ongoing or recurring funding from charitable foundations.
The Texas Code of Business Organizations outlines how nonprofits can pay reasonable compensation for services provided to them. Additionally, nonprofits can file periodic reports even if they are not requested by the Secretary of State. Abena's commitment to rural communities has led to creative funding solutions that invest in young rural leaders and catalyze resident-led networks to improve health and well-being. H-E-B's public affairs manager is responsible for media relations, social impact strategy, sponsorships and charitable initiatives on behalf of H-E-B.
The Office of Attorney General keeps copies of IRS forms 990-PF and section 4947(a)(a), which are necessary for nonprofits applying for funds in Texas. The Public Information Act defines "governmental body" as any organization that spends or has partial support from public funds. The Texas Telephone Requests for Law Enforcement Act regulates law enforcement organizations engaging in telephone solicitation within Texas. Howard University offers an interdisciplinary specialization in Community Development which provides students with knowledge on how to create transformative solutions for rural communities.
In conclusion, organizations based in Williamson County may be eligible for ongoing or recurring funding from charitable foundations as long as they meet certain criteria outlined by state laws and regulations.