Registry for Good enables registrants to create custom lists of products they need while providing gift-givers the ability to browse and donate to local causes.
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Nonprofits (NPs) must verify they are authentic and submit an application to Cybergrants.
Section 501(c)(3) is the portion of the US Internal Revenue Code that allows for federal tax exemption of nonprofit organizations, specifically those that are considered public charities, private foundations, or private operating foundations. It is regulated and administered by the US Department of Treasury through the Internal Revenue Service. There are other 501(c) organizations, indicated by categories 501(c)(1) – 501(c)(29). This discussion will focus on 501(c)(3). – Foundation Group
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On average, it takes FrontDoor, by CyberGrants 2-5 business days to process verification applications. You should have received a status update from CyberGrants via email. If you still have questions about your CyberGrants approval status, please contact CyberGrants at cybergrants.com/frontdoor/help.
Users applying for consideration can expect the following from the application process. Representatives must:
Following the submission of their application, users can expect to:
You can check your nonprofit’s verification status by logging into your CyberGrants FrontDoor account at https://www.cybergrants.com/frontdoor/walmart/ Opens in new window
All denied applications should include a reason for denial in the email that is automatically sent once a final determination has been made. If you have a question about a particular determination, please reply to that email and CyberGrants will be happy to review your case.
CyberGrants works with the Internal Revenue Service and other global databases to guarantee that nonprofits meet the charitable standards of our corporate customers. FrontDoor allows CyberGrants to verify the individuals who claim to represent these nonprofits to ensure that they are the right people to make decisions on the organization's behalf.
While nonprofit organizations may already have CyberGrants accounts with particular companies, FrontDoor requires additional verification to allow an account to span across customers and therefore a new account with Walmart. You can still keep your original corporate accounts if you prefer.