New GASCCP 2019-2020 Automated Application is Now Available!

2019-2020 Georgia State Charitable Contribution Program (GASCCP)

 

Hello 2019-2020 GASCCP Applicants,

It’s here – the 2019-2020 GASCCP automated application process!

If you wish to participate in this year’s program, we require that you use our online process.

Visit the GASCCP website using this link www.gasccp.org and upload the required documents to the site. Applications and required documents cannot be mailed. The online application process starts January 30, 2019 and ends March 31, 2019.

Federations and Independent Charities that participated in the 2018-2019 GASCCP campaign must reapply for inclusion as an approved charitable organization for the 2019-2020 program.

Throughout the online application process, you will be asked questions and/or be required to upload essential documents. All documents are needed at the time you are completing your application and must be in PDF. For your convenience, attached is a list of documents that will be needed to complete your application.  If you are a Federation, please complete the template that is also attached here.

Applications must be completed by March 31, 2019. Failure to complete your application by the deadline will result in your organization not being considered for participation in the 2019-2020 GASCCP campaign.

Charities will be notified in July of 2019 regarding the outcome of the application review process. If you have any questions, you may contact the GASCCP team at  gasccp.application@doas.ga.gov.

Thank you for your interest in the Georgia State Charitable Contributions Program (GASCCP).

Sincerely,

Leneequa Morris

 

GASCCP Coordinator  2019-2020 Online Application Process

The following documents and/or information will be needed to complete the online application process.  You will not be able to proceed without these essential documents.  It is recommended that you gather these documents and/or information prior to starting your application.

GASCCP Checklist:

  A list of applicant’s Officers and Board of Directors, including the business or home address of each
  A copy of the applicant’s written policy on non-discrimination
  A copy of applicant’s fundraising registration with the Georgia Secretary of State (Federations must also submit current registrations for each of their member charities), unless you or your member agencies are exempt.  If exempt, a letter of exemption signed by your Executive Director of President, if applicant is not required by the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, O.C.G.A. 43-17-5 to register with the Georgia Secretary of State.  The link to the SOS’s website is  http://verify.sos.ga.gov/Verification/Search.aspx?facility=Y
  A list of the names of each county served by the applicant, the services provided in each county and the number of clients receiving each type of service in the county for 2017 or 2018
  Percentage of total expenses allocated/spent for fundraising and management/general costs as reflected in the financial statements and include the year.  If more than 25%, an explanation will be needed
  If a Federation, a member listing is needed with the following information for each in a Microsoft Excel format

  1. Charity name
  2. Charity phone number
  3. Charity Email address
  4. Charity website
  5. Percentage of total expenses allocated/spent for management/general and fundraising costs
  6. Description of charity
  7. State if charity is a religious organization.  If religious organization state if you have a distinct and separate budget
  8. Charity license number with the Secretary of State
  9. Expiration date of charity license number
  A copy of the applicant’s most recent completed IRS Form 990 (no more than two years old, which shows revenues and expenses for services provided to Georgia residents on an explicitly isolated basis
  A copy of the applicant’s last financial statement accompanied by the independent certified public accountant on review report if revenue was > $500,000. If revenue was < $500,000, the last financial statement is needed. The financial statement does not have to be reviewed or certified
  A copy of the applicant’s current and proposed budgets
  A copy of the applicants IRS notification letter for Federal Tax-exempt status (under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code)
  Application must be signed by an Authorizing Official


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