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Who We Are

NAICS Code and SIC Code crosswalk

 

813319 Other Social Advocacy Organizations Social change advocacy organizations
8641 Civic, Social, and Fraternal Associations Crosswalk SIC Code

 

This organization is a 501(a) exempt organization, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and a 509(a)(1) public charity because the entity, TX CURE Inc, dba Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants – Texas Chapter,

 

  1. For income sources, primarily relies on donations from general public contributors and not from the sales of products or services,
  2. Provides public services in the form of advocacy relating primarily to prison and jail reform,
  3. As a non-governmental organization (NGO), makes policy recommendations for social change, but does not lobby legislators as a union,
  4. Acts as a state-level chapter for a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (CURE National) with like or aligned mission statement and purpose, and
  5. At the core of this organization is a group of people working to benefit society and not for personal financial gain.

 

Under the Internal Revenue Code, all Section 501(c)(3) charities are considered to be private foundations unless they can show the IRS that they qualify as public charities. Section 509(a) sets out three primary classifications of “publicly supported” organizations that are not considered private foundations and therefore avoid the excise tax on investment income and significant limitations, including limitations on self-dealing and lobbying.

 

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