Baltimore County is a place of immense historical and cultural significance, with many moments that have shaped the American narrative. From the blue marker commemorating the lynching of Howard Cooper in 1885, to the life and work of Benjamin Banneker, Baltimore County has a lot to offer. But what about its nonprofit organizations?Nonprofit Explorer is an invaluable resource for discovering information about nonprofit organizations in Baltimore County. It provides summary data for non-profit organization tax returns and full Form 990 documents, in both PDF and digital formats.
However, due to delays from the Internal Revenue Service, the documents available may not be the most recent that an organization has submitted. Nonprofit Explorer includes organizations that apply for tax exemption in each of the 27 subsections of section 501 (c) of the tax code and that have filed Form 990, Form 990EZ or Form 990PF. It is an excellent way to explore the history of Baltimore County nonprofits. In addition to Nonprofit Explorer, there are other ways to learn about the history of Baltimore County nonprofits. We host monthly history talks by researchers and other experts whose presentations shed light on some aspects of the history of Baltimore County and its surrounding area. These talks are a great way to gain insight into the history of Baltimore County nonprofits. Whether you are looking for information on a particular nonprofit organization or just want to learn more about Baltimore County's nonprofit history, there are plenty of resources available.
Nonprofit Explorer is a great place to start your exploration.