CHAPTER TWELVEPublic Charities and Private Foundations


(a) Institutions

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agricultural research organizations;136.1

*(b) Publicly Supported Charities

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*(c) Supporting Organizations

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222.1 Additional requirements in connection with these integral part tests were proposed on February 18, 2016 (REG-118867-10). Final regulations concerning the payout requirements for Type III supporting organizations that are not functionally integrated with respect to their supported organizations were issued on December 21, 2015 (T.D. 9746).

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(d) Jeopardizing Investments

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Also, outside the context of program-related investments, private foundations may take their charitable purposes into account in formulating investment policy (mission-related investing). That is, when exercising ordinary business care and prudence in deciding whether to make an investment, foundation managers may consider all relevant facts and circumstances, including the relationship between a particular investment and the foundation's charitable ...

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