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National Youth Leadership Council

Published on Aidpage by IDILOGIC on Dec 28, 2005

Basic info

Name: National Youth Leadership Council
Address: ST PAUL, MN 55108-2131
Web site: no data
Type: School

Organization activities as reported to IRS

NTEE category (what is NTEE?)

Youth Development Programs

Programs that provide opportunities for children and youth to participate in recreational, cultural, social and civic activities through membership in clubs and other youth groups with a special focus whose purpose is to help youngsters develop their potential and grow into healthy, educated, responsible and productive adults.
NTEE broader category

Youth Development

Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to build character and develop leadership and social skills among children and youth.
Includes: youth centers and clubs; scouting organizations; adult/child matching programs (e.g., Big Brothers, Big Sisters); business, agricultural, religious and other youth leadership programs (e.g., Future Farmers of America, Catholic Youth Organizations); and youth community service clubs (e.g., Key Club, Girls League).
Excludes: educational services such as dropout prevention and remedial education; and social service organizations and custodial care programs for children and youth. Organizations that provide specific types of services such as job training or recreation should be classified under the major group area that describes their service focus, e.g., job programs for youth.

Financial data as reported to IRS for tax period ending: Sep 1, 2004

Assets: $3,326,770
Total Revenue: $1,243,990
Income: $1,245,160

IRS registration data

IRS registered name: NATIONAL YOUTH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
IRS district of jurisdiction: North Central
Federal EIN: 41-1449746
Ruling date: Aug 1, 1983
Classified by IRS as: Educational Organization

Click here to see a list of annual reports (Form 990)
submitted by this organization to IRS.

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