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    The Nra Foundation Inc.
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    The Nra Foundation Inc.

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    501(c)(3) organization
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    11250 WAPLES MILL ROAD
    Fairfax VA 22030-7550

    Fairfax VA | IRS ruling year: 1991 | EIN: 52-1710886  
    An EIN is a unique nine-digit number that identifies a business for tax purposes.
    An EIN is a unique nine-digit number that identifies a business for tax purposes.
     
    Organization Mission
    AWARDED OVER 1,800 GRANTS DURING 2021 IN SUPPORT OF FIREARM-RELATED PUBLIC INTEREST ACTIVITIES OF VARIOUS CONSTITUENCIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES INCLUDING YOUTH ... (More)
     

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    Proceed with CautionReported Other Material Investigation

    On August 6, 2020, The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia reported on the operations of The Nra Foundation Inc. in an article titled, "AG Racine Sues NRA Foundation for Diverting Charitable Funds to Support Wasteful Spending by NRA and Its Executives." For more information, please see The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia article.

    • On April 17, 2019, The New Yorker published an article titled "Secrecy, Self-Dealing, and Greed at the N.R.A." For more information, please see The New Yorker article
    • On April 27, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "N.R.A. President to Step Down as New York Attorney General Investigates." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On May 2, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "Senate Democrats ask NRA execs, PR firm for documents related to alleged self-dealing." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On May 13, 2019, ABC News published an article titled "NRA infighting spills into public view with anonymous leak of documents." For more information, please see ABC News article
    • On May 14, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "At the N.R.A., a Cash Machine Sputtering." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On June 20, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "N.R.A. Suspends Second-in-Command, Implicating Him in Coup Attempt." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On July 12, 2019, The Hill published an article titled "DC attorney general subpoenas NRA financial records in nonprofit investigation." For more information, please see The Hill article
    • On August 1, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "Three NRA board members resign in latest sign of upheaval at gun rights group." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On August 7, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "NRA chief sought purchase of $6 million mansion in wake of Parkland shooting." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On September 6, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "NRA board member and former president Marion Hammer obtained low-interest loan from affiliate she leads." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On September 23, 2019, The Wall Street Journal published an article titled "NRA Board Retroactively Approved Transactions Benefiting Insiders." For more information, please see The Wall Street Journal article
    • On December 9, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "New York Deepens Its Investigation Into the N.R.A." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On August 6, 2020, The Washington Post published an article titled "New York attorney general seeks to dissolve NRA in suit accusing gun rights group of wide-ranging fraud and self-dealing." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On June 8, 2023, The Courthouse News Service published an article titled "NRA can’t assert bias defense to New York lawsuit." For more information, please see The Courthouse News Service article
    • On November 25, 2020, The Washington Post published an article titled "NRA reports alleged misspending by current and former executives to IRS." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On December 22, 2020, The Washington Post published an article titled "Republican attorneys general back NRA in fight against New York effort to dissolve gun rights group." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On November 3, 2023, Reuters published an article titled "US Supreme Court to hear NRA free speech case against New York official." For more information, please see Reuters article
    • On April 17, 2019, The New Yorker published an article titled "Secrecy, Self-Dealing, and Greed at the N.R.A." For more information, please see The New Yorker article
    • On April 27, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "N.R.A. President to Step Down as New York Attorney General Investigates." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On May 2, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "Senate Democrats ask NRA execs, PR firm for documents related to alleged self-dealing." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On May 13, 2019, ABC News published an article titled "NRA infighting spills into public view with anonymous leak of documents." For more information, please see ABC News article
    • On May 14, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "At the N.R.A., a Cash Machine Sputtering." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On June 20, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "N.R.A. Suspends Second-in-Command, Implicating Him in Coup Attempt." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On August 1, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "Three NRA board members resign in latest sign of upheaval at gun rights group." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On August 6, 2020, The Washington Post published an article titled "New York attorney general seeks to dissolve NRA in suit accusing gun rights group of wide-ranging fraud and self-dealing." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On July 12, 2019, The Hill published an article titled "DC attorney general subpoenas NRA financial records in nonprofit investigation." For more information, please see The Hill article
    • On August 7, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "NRA chief sought purchase of $6 million mansion in wake of Parkland shooting." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On September 6, 2019, The Washington Post published an article titled "NRA board member and former president Marion Hammer obtained low-interest loan from affiliate she leads." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On September 23, 2019, The Wall Street Journal published an article titled "NRA Board Retroactively Approved Transactions Benefiting Insiders." For more information, please see The Wall Street Journal article
    • On December 9, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "New York Deepens Its Investigation Into the N.R.A." For more information, please see The New York Times article
    • On November 25, 2020, The Washington Post published an article titled "NRA reports alleged misspending by current and former executives to IRS." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On December 22, 2020, The Washington Post published an article titled "Republican attorneys general back NRA in fight against New York effort to dissolve gun rights group." For more information, please see The Washington Post article
    • On June 8, 2023, The Courthouse News Service published an article titled "NRA can’t assert bias defense to New York lawsuit." For more information, please see The Courthouse News Service article
    • On November 3, 2023, Reuters published an article titled "US Supreme Court to hear NRA free speech case against New York official." For more information, please see Reuters article

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    Rating Report

    Impact & Measurement
    Not Currently Scored
    The Nra Foundation Inc. cannot currently be evaluated by our Impact & Measurement methodology because either (A) it is eligible, but we have not yet received data; (B) we have not yet developed an algorithm to estimate its programmatic impact; (C) its programs are not direct services; or (D) it is not heavily reliant on contributions from individual donors.
    Note: The absence of a score does not indicate a positive or negative assessment, it only indicates that we have not yet evaluated the organization.
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