Each 990-PF tax return includes key information for each foundation, including the total value of all assets, the investments held by the foundation, as well as complete listings of gifts, contributions and grants paid to nonprofits during the tax year, and grants that have been approved for future payment.
Internet search company NOZA, Inc. (www.nozasearch.com), provider of the world’s largest database of charitable gifts, announced a new free service for nonprofit fundraisers and prospect researchers: the NOZA 990-PF Database beta release. This launch marks NOZA’s introduction of a second major online service providing free foundation grant data with no registration required. The company also offers free foundation grant searching, in addition to its flagship database with over 30 million records of individual and corporate charitable donations. NOZA debuts its 990-PF Database beta release at the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) 45th International Conference on Fundraising in San Diego, March 30th to April 2nd (Exhibitor Booth #409).
The 990-PF Database website is at http://www.noza990pf.com.