Over the past decade, Cadwalader attorneys and staff have incorporated and obtained tax-exempt status for nearly 300 not-for-profit organizations under the umbrella of the Not-for-Profit Incubator. We are proud to contribute to the vital work our clients perform.
The Tessemae’s Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that innovates approaches to bringing fresh, nutritious food into underserved inner cities and rural communities. President Steve Vetter reflects on working with the Incubator to achieve the foundation’s designation as a tax-exempt public charity:
- “We are incredibly grateful to our Cadwalader pro bono legal team for guiding us through the entire 501(c)(3) application process. Our new not-for-profit status expands our potential to create opportunities and establish partnerships as part of our mission to improve access to healthy food across the U.S.”
ACCT is a not-for-profit organization that supports pediatric research related to the cure and treatment of CTNNB1 syndrome and related gene mutations.
- “The Cadwalader Not-for-Profit Incubator helped us every step of the way, from becoming incorporated to obtaining our 501(c)(3) status. Their efforts helped bring our organization from an idea to making our first research grant in less than a year. We could not be more thankful for their support towards finding treatments for CTNNB1 syndrome.” – Lauren Cochran, President, Advancing CTNNB1 Cures and Treatments, Inc.
Other clients include:
- An international organization dedicated to ending acid burn violence at a global level.
- An organization that provides opportunities for underrepresented filmmakers, creating greater diversity in the film and television industries.
- An independent school that seeks to develop the full potential of every child through a curriculum integrating an intense arts education and rigorous academics.
- A program that provides formerly incarcerated individuals with counseling, tutoring and vocational training, and financial resources in order to reduce recidivism rates.
- A group that provides comfort, support, social engagement and encouragement to mothers who have suffered the loss of a child.
- A program that provides economically disadvantaged fourth through eighth grade students with the opportunity to perform in a Shakespeare play, learn and experience theatre, and develop life skills.
- An organization that educates and empowers women and girls of color to advocate for themselves and other disadvantaged groups through programming, trainings, and educational materials on social activism and community advocacy.
- A foundation that combats gun violence in communities of color and low socioeconomic status by providing gun awareness and educational resources to community youth, as well as support and resources to families impacted by youth gun violence.