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The Lse Centennial Fund

Published on Aidpage by IDILOGIC on Dec 28, 2005

Basic info

Name: The Lse Centennial Fund
Address: NEW YORK, NY 10001-2604
Web site: no data
Type: Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public

Organization activities as reported to IRS

NTEE category (what is NTEE?)

International Development & Relief

Organizations that provide technical assistance training and material resources to support the capacity-building efforts of developing nations with a focus on agricultural and rural development, health, education, social welfare, small business development and industrial growth.
NTEE broader category

International, Foreign Affairs & National Security

Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to support activities which are carried out beyond the borders of the United States and whose beneficiaries are citizens of other countries. Also included are transnational organizations whose activities serve and benefit both U.S. and foreign interests.
Includes: organizations that promote international understanding and friendly relations among nations; preserve world peace; protect national and cooperative security interests; foster international human rights; promote international economic, social and political development; foster exchanges of scholars, scientists, artists, journalists and other professionals; and raise and distribute funds for the benefit of overseas institutions (e.g., Friends of American University in Rome).

Financial data as reported to IRS for tax period ending: Jul 1, 2004

Assets: $867,039
Total Revenue: $882,619
Income: $1,455,480

IRS registration data

IRS registered name: THE LSE CENTENNIAL FUND INC
IRS district of jurisdiction: Manhattan
Federal EIN: 52-1908117
Ruling date: Feb 1, 1995
Classified by IRS as: Charitable Organization

Click here to see a list of annual reports (Form 990)
submitted by this organization to IRS.

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