Black 501(c)(6) | Trade or Professional Associations such as a chamber of commerce. Although they are organized to promote business, they don’t generate a profit and don’t pay shares or dividends. 501(c)(6) is an IRS Tax designation. Some examples of 501(c)(6) organizations are business leagues, chambers of commerce, and real estate boards. Their purpose is to improve business conditions for its members. 501(c)(6) organizations are permitted to engage in political activities. This directory provides you direct contact information for Black 501(c)(6) | Trade or Professional Associations (Non-Profit Organizations) and African-American 501(c)(6) | Trade or Professional Associations (Non-Profit Organizations). For more options, visit www.theurbanvoice.com.
Ken Evans, President