Extractions: Alabama Tel. No.: (334) 242-1490 Fax No.: (334) 353-7867 If your State exempts fundraising sales by certain groups from sales or use taxes, please indicate which of the following are exempt in your State. Public Schools (K-12) - Exempt Private Schools (K-12) - Exempt School Groups (e.g., clubs, bands, teams) - Exempt PTAs - Exempt PTOs - Exempt Other (booster clubs) - Exempt Church Groups - Not Exempt Youth Sports League - Not Exempt 501 (c)(3) organizations - Not Exempt 501 (c)(6) organizations - Not Exempt Other (specify:) 1a. Are local sales and use taxes in your State applied to these groups in the same manner as State sales and use taxes are applied to these groups? YES 1b. Please set forth any comments including a list of groups not listed above whose fundraising activities are exempt from sales and use taxation in your State. Those groups marked as "exempt for fundraising purposes" are exempt pursuant to Section 40-9-31 , Code of Alabama 1975. Sales and Use Tax Rule also addresses this exemption. None of the groups marked as "not exempt" enjoy a "group" exemption. Certain individual organizations within these groups may be exempt pursuant to a special act of the Legislature. Sales and Use Tax Rule
Madison County Coordinating Council For Families And Children (MC3) 200 Westside Square Huntsville, AL 35801 Phone (256) 5330531, Ext. Fax (256) 534-6883 Report Card Education Education is a constant subject for discussion in alabama. (Please note that some schools have ptos rather than ptas and these are not included in the statistics.) www.urban.org) showed that in alabama, "18% of all children ages http://www.mc3online.org/bp_6.html
Extractions: Email Us Report Card: Education Education is a constant subject for discussion in Alabama. MC3 sought to identify specific areas within education that have potential long-term impact on children and families. Although Madison County's composite achievement score rates are above the national average, the drop out rate and the graduation rate need to be improved, showing that we have a large and identifiable group of children who are not being reached. PTA membership and literacy levels are indications of parental involvement which is key to children's success. Although we are above the state trend in both areas, again we can do much better. (Please note that some schools have PTOs rather than PTAs and these are not included in the statistics.) The National Survey of American Families (Urban Institute, www.urban.org) showed that in Alabama, "18% of all children ages 1 to 5 were read to or told stories fewer than three days a week," according to Linda Tilly, Executive Director of VOICES for Alabama's Children. "Children in low income families were almost twice as likely as other children to fall into this risk category. Child development specialists have long noted that reading books to children or telling stories triggers their imagination and sharpens their literacy skills."
Extractions: Community-wide support so that we can put more musical instruments and art supplies in the hands of students at Birmingham City Schools. Photos show some of the community efforts, including donations collected by city school band members at an outdoor concert of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra (below left) and donations by members of the Birmingham Museum of Art who attended a children's holiday party (right) Donations in any amount are welcome and can be made to one of two grantmaking funds at The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham . The grantmaking funds the Musical Instrument Fund for Birmingham City Schools and the Art Supply Fund for Birmingham City Schools were created in response to requests from individuals throughout the area who want to make donations to purchase musical instruments and art supplies. Donations so far have been used to pay for repairs to instruments through Play It Again Alabama, which had placed refurbished instruments worth some $55,000 into the hands of students as of January 2003.
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Aerospace Education Membership Examples include ptas, ptos . schools, school districts, businesses, science clubs, aero clubs, public libraries, Maxwell Air Force Base, alabama 361126332. FAX 334/953-4235 or http://www.mnwg.cap.gov/joincap/resources/capf_013.pdf
CAP Aerospace Education Application 14 Maxwell Air Force Base, alabama 361126332 FAX 334/953-4235 or 334/953-7771 Examples include ptas, ptos, schools, school districts, businesses, science clubs, aero clubs, http://www.mnwg.cap.gov/ae/downloads/capf013.dot
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