A foundation in the United States is a type of charitable organization. However, the Internal Revenue Code distinguishes between private foundations (usually funded by an individual, family, or corporation) and public charities (community foundations and other nonprofit groups that raise money from the general public). Private foundations have more restrictions and fewer tax benefits than public charities like community foundations.
|Access for all (Zugang für alle)||Internacional||Since 2004, the Equalization of Persons with Disabilities Act has been in force, which calls, inter alia, that the Internet offers of the Swiss community are...|
|Eclipse Foundation||Internacional||Eclipse is a community for individuals and organizations who wish to collaborate on commercially-friendly open source software. Its projects are focused on...|
|Fundación Centro Tecnológico de la Información y la Comunicación||Internacional||The CTIC Foundation (Center for the Development of Information and Communication Technologies in Asturias) is a non-profit private organization, constituted by...|
|Fundación ONCE||España||In 1988 ONCE established the ONCE foundation (Spanish: Fundación ONCE) to provide professional training and employment, to eliminate architectural, urban and...|
|Mozilla Foundation||Internet||The nonprofit Mozilla Foundation is the organizational home of the Mozilla Project, a global community and public interest initiative that believes the Web...|
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|Wikipedia||Internacional||Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia that aims to allow anyone to edit any article and create them. Wikipedia is the largest and most popular general...|