FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 27, 2017
Bring Back Nice Granted 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Status
Overland Park, KS – Bring Back Nice is proud to announce it is now officially a public charity with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Contributions donated to Bring Back Nice are fully tax-deductible. Bring Back Nice is also now eligible to apply for government and foundation grants, which will further broaden its access to resources and strengthen its ability to further bully prevention and suicide awareness programs.
“Receiving 501(c)(3) status is a major milestone for Bring Back Nice,” said Director and Co-founder Lori Schulman. “This opens many doors for us to expand fundraising activities and fully realize our goals as a charitable educational organization invested in putting an end to bullying and making the conversation surrounding suicide and young children less taboo.” Bring Back Nice exists to create meaningful programs that “empower kids who are being bullied to be brave and strong, teach bullies to understand differences in peers and be more tolerant, and help friends be upstanders, instead of bystanders,” according to its 10-year old Co-Founder, Izzi Schulman.
Another important aspect of the mission according the senior Schulman is the “committement to helping adults, whether teachers, parents, or family members understand that suicide among young children is on the rise and needs to be discussed and taken seriously.
The Bring Back Nice Tax Identification Number (EID) is 82-2613523. The IRS letter granting Bring Back Nice its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status is available upon request. Inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Bring Back Nice: Bring Back Nice is a 501(c)(3) non-profit inspired by the vision of a very brave little girl. Bullied since 2nd grade to the point of suicidal thoughts, Izzi and her mom moved to Kansas for a fresh start. Together with her mom, Izzi hopes to bring back “nice” to the world. Our mission is to educate and empower children to understand differences in peers, become bully prevention advocates, and live as NICEkidsTM, as well as create awareness and prevention of childhood suicidal thoughts and actions.
For more information, please visit www.bringbacknice.org or contact them at email@example.com.