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Charitable Entities

Charitable Entities

Non-profits, tax-exempts, private foundations, public charities. Schools, associations, endowments, other charitable entities. We help with all of these.

“They got our public charity through IRS in an unheard-of 30 days, after calling IRS’ attention to some favorable upcoming TV coverage which potential donors nationwide could see.“

    -N.S.C.

“Creating a family foundation was a key part of our post-nuptial planning. Fox+Mattson PC took us quickly through the steps with an eye on qualifying as tax-exempt, how it’s to operate, and the non-tax philanthropic reasons to set up a foundation.”

    -V.S.K.

“George Fox and associates imbue their work with true loving-kindness. I have worked with them on more than one project and I see the kindness, professionalism and care throughout each interaction.  Their breadth of knowledge is impressive and they think critically and creatively at every turn. So often, dealing with the legality of any organization is stressful and/or boring, George and his crew made the work into an exploration of possibilities and help bring full understanding and confidence to my endeavors.”

     –Laurence Rosenthal, Rabbi, Ahavath Achim Synagogue

Our expert advice has helped our clients successfully resolve many legal problems. Here’s some related articles that offer additional insights.



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Even You (Yes, You!) Can Create an Endowment

Money with bowYes you can.

We’ve given out the candy on All Hallow’s Eve. We’ve harvested and given thanks. Soon we’ll share good tidings of comfort and joy.

So this is a perfect time to consider a painless way to do something charitable. Actually, two painless ways.

One way is not going to cost you a penny more than what you are spending already.

The other way will cost you next to nothing.

Neither way will change your cash flow during your lifetime. And when you die, you’ll trigger a spectacular donation to the charity of your choice for any purpose you specify. Voilà: your personal endowment.

Here’s how this happens. Read more

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Charitable Entities

Charitable Entities

Non-profits, tax-exempts, private foundations, public charities. Schools, associations, endowments, other charitable entities. We help with all of these.

“They got our public charity through IRS in an unheard-of 30 days, after calling IRS’ attention to some favorable upcoming TV coverage which potential donors nationwide could see.“

    -N.S.C.

“Creating a family foundation was a key part of our post-nuptial planning. Fox+Mattson PC took us quickly through the steps with an eye on qualifying as tax-exempt, how it’s to operate, and the non-tax philanthropic reasons to set up a foundation.”

    -V.S.K.

“George Fox and associates imbue their work with true loving-kindness. I have worked with them on more than one project and I see the kindness, professionalism and care throughout each interaction.  Their breadth of knowledge is impressive and they think critically and creatively at every turn. So often, dealing with the legality of any organization is stressful and/or boring, George and his crew made the work into an exploration of possibilities and help bring full understanding and confidence to my endeavors.”

     –Laurence Rosenthal, Rabbi, Ahavath Achim Synagogue

Our expert advice has helped our clients successfully resolve many legal problems. Here’s some related articles that offer additional insights.



Articles Related to Charitable Entities


Even You (Yes, You!) Can Create an Endowment

Money with bowYes you can.

We’ve given out the candy on All Hallow’s Eve. We’ve harvested and given thanks. Soon we’ll share good tidings of comfort and joy.

So this is a perfect time to consider a painless way to do something charitable. Actually, two painless ways.

One way is not going to cost you a penny more than what you are spending already.

The other way will cost you next to nothing.

Neither way will change your cash flow during your lifetime. And when you die, you’ll trigger a spectacular donation to the charity of your choice for any purpose you specify. Voilà: your personal endowment.

Here’s how this happens. Read more