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Santa Barbara Rotary Charitable Foundation

Published on Aidpage by IDILOGIC on Dec 28, 2005

Basic info

Name: Santa Barbara Rotary Charitable Foundation
Address: SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101-7201
Web site: no data
Type: Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public

Organization activities as reported to IRS

NTEE category (what is NTEE?)

Men

Organizations whose members are men who have a common interest in improving the life of the community, which conduct fund-raising events to finance community service projects.
NTEE broader category

Community Improvement & Capacity Building

Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to strengthen, unify and build community spirit and increase the capacity of various community organizations to improve the quality of life for all.
Includes: organizations that provide community and neighborhood development and improvement services; urban and rural economic development programs; business services and services to develop or improve commercial enterprises within communities; services that enhance the performance of nonprofit organizations; volunteer recruitment, training and placement services; and community service clubs (e.g., Kiwanis, Lions, Altrusa, Pilot International and Junior League).
Excludes: job training and placement services; housing development, construction or rehabilitation (see L-Housing & Shelter); and international community or agricultural development programs.

Financial data as reported to IRS for tax period ending: Jun 1, 2004

Assets: $353,153
Total Revenue: $84,172
Income: $96,041

IRS registration data

IRS registered name: SANTA BARBARA ROTARY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
IRS district of jurisdiction: Los Angeles
Federal EIN: 95-6060206
Ruling date: Mar 1, 1962
Classified by IRS as: Charitable Organization

Click here to see a list of annual reports (Form 990)
submitted by this organization to IRS.

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