YOUR VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES CAN ACCOMPLISH OUR EXEMPT PURPOSES!
Volunteer means an individual who performs work for civic, charitable, or humanitarian reasons for a corporation qualified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a tax-exempt organization.
Health 4 Humanity, Inc. encourages volunteering in general, away from home, overnight, in communities other than your own.
Individual and/or group volunteers demonstrate the amount of support Health 4 Humanity has within a community within the United States of America, or abroad, provide work for short periods of time, and provide leadership on a wide range of nonexempt projects. Episodic volunteers stay for extended periods of time because they not only understand the motivation of the CEO as articulated in Title 10 U.S.C. §8583 but also believe Health 4 Humanity, Inc. is capable of accomplishing its mission to introduce a competing image that is a cut-above the marketed lifestyles of role models, people see everywhere, daily.
Health 4 Humanity, Inc. ensures use of funds for section 501(c)(3) purposes by limiting distributions to specific projects that are in furtherance of its own exempt purposes.
E11 – Single Organization Support: Organizations existing as a support and fund-raising entity for single institutions, multi-hospital health care systems, and similar diversified health systems comprised of closely-affiliated organizations within the Health Care major group area.
G90 – Medical Disciplines: Organizations that represent physicians who have special training and expertise in one clinical area of practice which focuses on a specific age group, an organ system of the body, or on complex scientific techniques developed to diagnose or treat certain types of disorders. Use this code for organizations that represent a wide variety of medical disciplines or those that are not specified below.
A23 – Cultural & Ethnic Awareness: Organizations that promote artistic expression within a particular ethnic community; work for the preservation and promotion of the traditions, values and lifestyles of different cultural groups; organize activities and events which promote cultural exchange locally or nationally; and encourage understanding and respect for different cultural heritages among the youthful members of the group as well as the mainstream population.
F60 – Counseling: Organizations that provide treatment services which may include emotional support, problem-solving assistance, information and guidance through a variety of counseling modalities for individuals who are having difficulty in coping with a traumatic experience or a personal relationship or in making the adjustments that are required by their particular stage in life.
P58 – Gift Distribution: Organizations that provide, coordinate or raise money and donations for holiday assistance and gift distribution programs, usually but not exclusively organized around holidays.
T50 – Philanthropy, Charity & Voluntarism Promotion: Organizations concerned with civil society, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector who seek to promote the practice of charitable giving and voluntarism through a variety of strategies including advocacy, disclosure, information exchange, and research.