|Name:||AIM for the Handicapped, Inc.|
|Address:||945 Danbury Rd |
|Dayton, OH 45420|
|Report Expiration Date:||October 1, 2014|
|Original Business Start Date:||January 1958|
|Principal:||Dr. Jo A. Geiger, Executive Director|
|Customer Contact:||Ms. Kim Becknell, Executive Secretary - (937) 294-4611|
|Incorporated:||January 1963, OH|
|Employees:||5 Full Time.|
|Type of Business:||Charity - Local|
|BBB Accreditation:||This organization is a BBB Accredited Charity.|
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When determining if AIM for the Handicapped, Inc. met the BBB's Standards for Charity Accountability, the Better Business Bureau took into consideration a large tax bill the organization reported was incurred in 2005. The organization reports the tax bill is a nonrecurring expense.
According to AIM for the Handicapped, Inc., its purpose is to "help individuals with physical, emotional and learning disabilities, orthopedic or coordination problems achieve their highest potential through the AIM Method of Specialized Movement Education."
This organization has been evaluated according to the 20 BBB Standards for Charity Accountability. This organization meets all those Standards and is a BBB Accredited Charity.
BBB Charity Seal Participation
Charities that meet the Standards for Charity Accountability are eligible to participate in BBB Wise Giving Alliance Charity Seal program. The seal, which can be displayed on the charity's web site and in printed materials, helps inform the public that the charity meets these standards. This organization participates in this program.
AIM for the Handicapped, Inc.'s activities include providing classes to the blind, deaf, mentally or emotionally handicapped, learning disabled and those with coordination problems. These classes include encouraging the student to perform rhythmical exercises involving the fine and gross motor skills.
AIM for the Handicapped, Inc. raises funds through direct mail, the Nancy Lopez Golf Tournament and special events.
This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.
According to AIM for the Handicapped, Inc.'s IRS Form 990 for the year ended November 30, 2011:
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Report as of July 21, 2014 03:05
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