You are welcome. You can address your request to their headquarters: APHA Headquarters 800 I Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 https://www.apha.org/about-apha/contact-us If you want some older
If a nonprofit has received IRS exemption determination or files annual returns (Form 990) with the IRS it has an obligation to provide anyone with certain copies. See FAQs About the Exempt Organization
You are correct. Gifts are not reportable to the IRS. In a Private Letter Ruling in 1993 the IRS concluded that a charity need not issue a 1099 form to a beneficiary of its charitable services.
You are welcome. I don't see any difference in the bottom line if the refund is in the same year as the donation. If you want an attorney opinion letter to help cover for any possible IRS penalties, please
That's good. It might have been a problem if the value went down and you gave him the value at the time of donation, but it went up. You can give the donors links to this answer. They would, for refunds