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We Supervise Volunteers: Do What You Like To Do w/ fiscal sponsorship supervision & accountability

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WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC

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The competitive advantage for WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC., in contrast to micro-volunteering with no commitment, is we supervise the genuine and substantial duty of volunteers to accomplish its 501(c)(3) purposes for public benefit.

In determining whether a volunteer has provided services to WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC., a Delaware Charitable Nonstock Exempt Corporation qualified under Section, 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a tax-exempt organization, without promise, expectation, or receipt of any compensation for work performed, courts in the United States of America, consider the strength of the volunteer’s non-employee affiliation with the organization, the organization’s ability to initiate, or request services from the volunteer, the organization’s supervision over the volunteer’s work, and the volunteer’s accountability to the organization.

Therefore, each volunteer must consider making an active, on-going commitment and provide civic, charitable, or humanitarian reasons for wanting to strongly affiliate with WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC.

The charity work the volunteer is involved with has to be real and substantial throughout the trip. Volunteers can’t deduct expenses if they only have nominal duties or do not have any duties for significant parts of the activity or trip.

WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC. promotes the public purpose of encouraging, through tax deductions, significant support of the organization by volunteers of substantial means who advance their own funds (or conduct fundraisers) for the operation of an activity or nonexempt project under fiscal sponsorship. Under section 513(a)(1), receiving income from activities in furtherance of the organization’s exempt purposes does not constitute an unrelated trade or business.

VAN DUSEN v. COMMISSIONER | 136 T.C. 515 (2011), Rockefeller McG v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service 676 F2d 35, 2d Cir. (1982), IRS Rev. Rul. 74-361, 1974-2 C.B. 159.

This means you can, "do what you like to do."

Choose from more than 680 IRS activity codes:
http://activitycodes.whomentors.com

Ready to commit? Answer the questions provided

What is the activity?
Who conducts the activity?
When is the activity conducted?
Where is the activity conducted?
How does the activity further your exempt purposes of WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC. (scientific, educational, and/or charitable)?
What percentage of your total time is allocated to the activity?
How is the activity funded? List any alternate names under which you operate, including any "aka" (also known as) or "dba" (doing business as) and "FBN" (fictitious business name statements).
Identify any, and all websites to support your description of activities.

or visit http://volunteer.whometnors.com

You can review the orientation
http://www.whomentors.com/pdf/volunteerorientation.pdf

Or, schedule a virtual meeting https://zoom.whomentors.com

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About WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC

Location:

WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC., 99 South Almaden Boulevard, Suite 600, SAN JOSE, CA 95113, US

Mission Statement

WE SUPERVISE VOLUNTEERS to do what you like to do. Strongly affiliate: advance funds or fundraise for the operation of 680+ activities under fiscal sponsorship (supervision and accountability) with WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC.: activitycodes.whomentors.com

Description

WHOmentorsdotcom Inc. encourages volunteering in general, away from home, overnight, in communities other than your own. Your volunteer activities can accomplish 501(c)(3) exempt purpose for public benefit.

In determining whether a [volunteer] has provided services to [WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC.], courts consider the strength of the [volunteer]’s affiliation with the organization, the organization’s ability to initiate or request services from the [volunteer], the organization’s supervision over the [volunteer]’s work, and the [volunteer]’s accountability to the organization. [Volunteers] who travel because of their involvement with WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC. may be able to lower their taxes or be invited to the United States of America (USA) on a B-1 Business Visitor Visa. The charity work the [volunteer] is involved with has to be real and substantial throughout the trip. Foreign nationals (nonimmigrants) participating in a voluntary service program benefiting U.S. local communities, must establish that they are [volunteers} of and have a commitment to WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC.

WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC. is a 509(a)(2) publicly supported nonprofit research organization, H-1B Cap Exempt Employer, and 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor of non-exempt projects. All volunteers are supervised, trained, supported, fiscally sponsored and provided insurance coverage. Schedule an audio call with Rauhmel Fox, CEO: https://zoom.whomentors.com, email admin@whomentors.com or SMS text 415-373-6767. Complete online application https://volunteer.whomentors.com/

Community
Computers & Technology
International

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Public Relations
  • Recruiting
  • Public Advocacy
  • Fundraising
  • Project Management

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 13
  • Orientation or Training
  • Must be willing to strongly affiliate with WHOMENTORSDOTCOM INC. and commit to genuine and substantial duty.
  • Advance your own funds or conduct a fundraiser for the operation of an activity or project under fiscal sponsorship.

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