Internal Revenue Service

Charities & Nonprofits:
Phone – Nonprofit Taxes: 877-829-5500
TTY/TDD: 800-829-4059

The IRS is a bureau of the Department of the Treasury with a mission to provide America’s taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and enforce the law with integrity and fairness to all. Tax information, tools, and resources for charities and other tax-exempt organizations are available on the IRS website.

Washington State Office Of The Secretary  Of State, Corporations & Charities Division

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 360-725-0377

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 360-725-0378, opt 1; 800-332-4483 (WA only)

The Washington State Office of the Secretary of State, Corporations & Charities Division has information available on nonprofit corporations and charities in Washington, training resources, frequently asked questions, and a live chat option to support your organization.



Nonprofit Association of Washington
Phone: 855-299-2922

Nonprofit Association of Washington (NAWA) convenes a powerful network of nonprofit organizations across Washington State to learn, advocate, and collaborate, so that nonprofits can achieve their missions. NAWA has learning opportunities and resources to help strengthen your nonprofit management practices and build connections with others around the state.

501 Commons
Phone: 206-682-6704

501 Commons provides expertise to nonprofits through 30+ services, including a full range of management consulting; technology consulting, outsourced HR, accounting, IT infrastructure, and database management; professional development and board training; and free information and referral services.

Communities Rise
Phone: 206-324-5850

Communities Rise offers legal services, trainings, peer learning, and coaching. They work with organizations, small businesses, and communities located in Washington state that have been impacted by systemic oppression to increase capacity and build power as well as community leaders in the broader nonprofit, public, and philanthropic sectors to create systemic change.

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