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United Cerebral Palsy Of New York City Inc.

Published on Aidpage by IDILOGIC on Dec 28, 2005

Basic info

Name: United Cerebral Palsy Of New York City Inc.
Address: NEW YORK, NY 10038-4811
Web site: no data
Type: Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public

Organization activities as reported to IRS

NTEE category (what is NTEE?)

Birth Defects & Genetic Diseases

Voluntary health organizations active in the prevention or treatment of illnesses or conditions that are hereditary and passed from parent to offspring; focus on a wide variety of genetic disorders.
Includes: Hemophilia; Cerebral palsy; Cystic fibrosis; Sickle cell disease.
Excludes: Muscular dystrophy.
NTEE broader category

Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines

Private nonprofit voluntary health organizations such as the American Cancer Society that are organized on a national, state or local basis and supported primarily by voluntary contributions from the public at large, and are engaged in a program of service, education and research that is related to a particular disease, condition or disability, or group of diseases, conditions or disabilities.
Includes: organizations active in the prevention or treatment of diseases and disorders, or which represent medical practices, specialties and disciplines. Use codes in this major group for organizations that provide a variety of educational and other services in addition to research.
Excludes: organizations whose only function is to conduct health-related research.

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

Assets: $56,566,100
Total Revenue: $74,383,600
Income: $74,383,600

IRS registration data

IRS district of jurisdiction: Manhattan
Federal EIN: 13-5654532
Ruling date: Mar 1, 1947
Classified by IRS as: Charitable Organization

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submitted by this organization to IRS.

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