Charity Music, Inc. offers fiscal sponsorship and project management services to individuals and projects that do not have 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt status.
Tax-exempt status is required by many foundations, corporations and government agencies to be eligible for funding.
As a fiscal sponsor, Charity Music, Inc. acts as an umbrella organization for an individual or project, and accepts and administers funds on its behalf.
Charity Music, Inc. is legally responsible for the funds received on behalf of fiscally sponsored projects and insures that the funds are used for charitable purposes, and that donor reporting requirements are met in a timely fashion.
Fiscal sponsorship broadens the available funding avenues an individual or project can pursue. However, fiscal sponsorships do not provide grants and Charity Music, Inc. does not do research for individual project funding.
Eligibility and Considerations
To apply for Charity Music's Fiscal Sponsorship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Reflect a similar commitment to the goals set forth in Charity Music’s mission.
The work supported must be for purposes which are legal, further a legitimate tax-exempt purpose, and in no way jeopardize the tax status of Charity Music, Inc.