GCS Home Forum GCS Project Announcements GCS has applied for a 501c3 IRS Designation

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  • #4769

    Diane Redington
    Keymaster

    Yes it is May 2017 not May 2018.

    thanks for picking that up.

  • #4677

    Diane Redington
    Keymaster

    Deductions made after May 17, 2018 are tax deductible. It is retroactive to when the application was made. (Prior to May 2018, all donations went to Mass General Cancer Center.)

    Thanks for your inquiry
    Diane

  • #4658

    Gloria Mangen
    Participant

    Did you mean that donations are tax deductible after May 2017? Or is 2018 accurate?

    Thanks.

  • #4645

    De Redington
    Member

    We are very pleased that we have been recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) effective January 19, 2018. As a 501(c)(3#, all donations made to the GCS Project are tax deductible effective May 2018. Prior to May, GCS donations were directed to the Mass General Cancer Center for a specific carcinosarcoma research project. The GCS Project is now raising money to support research initiatives beyond MGH and this includes new research at other major research sites as well as clinical trials.

    Thanks to all who have made generous donations that enable us to move this important work forward.

  • #4628

    Redinj
    Keymaster

    The GCS Project has been approved by the IRS to be a 501c3 organization.

  • #4175

    Admin
    Keymaster

    THIS IS fantastic news!

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