Schedule I (Form 990)Back To 990 Schedules
Form 990 Schedule I is to provide information on grants and other assistance made by the filing organization during the tax year to domestic organizations, domestic government and domestic individuals. Report activities conducted by the organization daily. Also, report activities conducted by the organization indirectly through a disregarded entity or a joint venture treated as a partnership.
Who must file schedule I?
And organization my file the Form 990 Schedule I if they answered "Yes" to Form 990, part IV, Checklist of Required Schedules, line 21 or 22, must complete Part I and either Part II or Part III of this schedule and attach it to Form 990.
General Information on Grants and Assistance
Grants and other assistance include awards, prizes, contributions, non-cash assistance, cash allocations, stipends, scholarships, fellowships, research grants, and similar payments and distributions made by the organization during the tax year.
Grants and Other Assistance to Organizations or Entities Inside the United States
An organization that reported more than $5,000 on Form 990, Part IX, line 1, column (A), should enter information only for reach recipient domestic organization or domestic government that received more than $5,000 aggregate of grants or assistance from the organization during the tax year.
Grants and Other Assistance to Individuals Inside the United States
A domestic organization includes a corporation or partnership created or organization in the United States or under the law of the United States. A domestic government is a state, a U.S. possession, a political subdivision of a state or U.s. possession, the United States, or the District of Columbia. A domestic individual is a person, including a foreign citizen, who lives or resides in the United States (or a U.S. possession) and not outside of the United States (or a U.S. possession).