N.J. charities and religious institutions can now use the charitable navigator rating system to rate their own nonprofit status and identify other charities and organizations that are worthy of consideration.
The Delaware Commission on Charities announced Wednesday that the state will begin using the system to identify and register eligible nonprofits that are not currently on the Commission’s watch list.
The state has a number of options for finding and registering nonprofits eligible for registration.
If you are interested in registering a non-profits charitable status, visit the Charities Register or register your organization online.
To use the charity navigator, you must register an organization, provide the organization with information about its activities, and complete the online form.
Once registered, the organization can be tracked and the information can be used to identify potential donors and provide a review of its financial status.
Charity Navigator, an online system that lets registered nonprofits see if they are eligible for tax-exempt status, will be available for download from March 5, 2019.
Charities are encouraged to apply for the charitable registration system through the Charitable Fund Development Program, which will be funded by a $10,000 annual grant from the Delaware Department of Health and Environmental Control.
The application deadline for the program is February 22, 2020.
The Charities Commission on Monday also released an interactive version of the Charity Registration Form, which can be downloaded from the Charitarians website.
Click on the link below to see how to register a nonprofit in Delaware.