IRS Forms

Form 990

The following annual informational IRS Form 990's for the three most recent years are provided for your information and downloading.

They are also available for public inspection during normal business hours at the offices of the Valencia College Foundation located at 1800 S. Kirkman Rd., Orlando, FL 32811.

Year Form
2023  Form 990
2022  Form 990
2021  Form 990
2020  Form 990
2019  Form 990
2018  Form 990
2017  Form 990
As of June 8, 1999, all 501(c)(3) and organizations are required to send copies of their three most recent Forms 990 (as well as Form 1023, the form to apply for tax-exempt status) to anyone who requests them. If the request is made in person, non-profits must provide copies of the forms immediately. If the request is made in writing, nonprofits have 30 days to mail out copies. A phone call is not considered a formal request, but a written letter, fax, or e-mail is enough to trigger the 30-day requirement.
Charities may charge a "reasonable" photocopy and mailing fee. Reasonable is defined by the IRS as one dollar for the first page and 15 cents for each additional page. For written requests, nonprofits may require advance payment of the copying and mailing fees, in which case the 30-day limit would begin as soon as the nonprofit receives payment.
Non-profits can avoid the photocopying requirements by posting their forms on the Internet. The material may either be posted on a nonprofit's own Web site or on another site that functions as a database of information about non-profit organizations. The IRS is developing guidelines for determining whether an organization is the target of a harassment campaign and what nonprofits should do in such a situation.
Nonprofits are subject to a $20 fine for each day they fall behind in providing the forms, up to a maximum of $10,000 per return. In addition, a $5,000 penalty for "willful failure" may also be applied. For additional information, visit the U.S. Nonprofit Organization's Public Disclosure Regulation Site. If you have other questions, please contact the AFP Public Affairs Department at (800) 666-3863.
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