|Name:||The Limb Preservation Foundation|
|Address:||1601 E 19th Ave STE 3200 |
|Denver, CO 80218-1239|
|Report Creation Date:||February 19, 2014|
|Report Expiration Date:||February 19, 2016|
|Original Business Start Date:||November 2000|
|Principal:||Shelbi Perry, Executive Director|
|Customer Contact:||Shelbi Perry, Executive Director -|
|Type of Business:||Charity - Local, Charity - Health|
The mission of The Limb Preservation Foundation is to support the prevention and treatment of limb threatening conditions.
This organization has been evaluated according to the 20 BBB Standards for Charity Accountability. Donors must decide for themselves the relative importance of the Standards in question.
The Limb Preservation Foundation does not meet the following 5 Standards for Charity Accountability.
The Limb Preservation Foundation meets the remaining 15 Standards for Charity Accountability.
Limb Preservation Foundation works in the area of the prevention of unnecessary amputation. The Foundation funds hope, help and possibilities to harness the power of research, patient access and support, and education to identify new pathways to ensure that anyone at-risk of limb loss has the opportunity to live their best life possible.
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 The Limb Preservation Foundation's IRS Form 990 for the year ended December 31, 2012:
* Excess for the year indicates the portion of income remaining after expenses.
All charitable organizations soliciting contributions in Colorado -- with a few specific exceptions listed in the Charitable Solicitations Act at 6-16-104(6)(a)-(c), C.R.S. -- must submit an initial registration statement with the Secretary of State and receive a registration number. After the initial registration, annual registration statements must be renewed each year by the 5th day of the fifth month after the close of the organization‚Ä™s fiscal year. In addition, all solicitation campaigns utilizing paid solicitors as defined at 6-16-103(7), C.R.S. must be listed on separate Solicitation Notices, which should be filed online by the paid solicitor.
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