Hopping from one place to the other last summer was some kind of an interesting fun we had. We happened to passed by a countryside neighbourhood of about few thousand residents who were then at time in the final stage of forming and organizing themselves into a non-profit organization. We were warmly greeted by some of the community folks in the area, and since one of my companions has enough knowledge about the ongoing activity they had, he unselfishly imparts his know-how to the group. Accordingly, the process of forming a non-profit organization is similar to that of forming a for-profit corporation, with a few additional steps required to obtain tax-exempt status. The benefits an organization gains from non-profit status generally make the effort and organization required to file the paperwork very worthwhile.
The beauty of being in a non-profit status is that it excludes an organization from having to pay state or federal income tax, enables an organization to solicit tax-deductible contributions and to qualify for many public and private grants, and provides its members and directors with a level of liability protection. Now, upon knowing all of the above potential benefits, the group decided to have all its members be issued with identification cards for their future use especially when they’ll be transacting business, and for them also as a means of membership identification. Towards it, they also have decided to affect the purchase of membership cards printer to be used for its member’s id card printing. And since they’re focused enough in pursuing the gigantic move, thus, the core group advised their marketing staff to only purchase the Pronto ink which will be used in printing their individual id cards.