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501c3 Letter

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Need Copy of your 501c3 Letter?

Need a copy of your IRS status letter (which proves you are a 501c3 with the IRS)? The main IRS website is

Please don’t call 501c3GO. Please call the IRS at 1-877-829-5500.

Here is the number to call the irs customer service for nonprofit organizations: 1-877-829-5500. The best time to call them is about 8:35 a.M. Eastern time. Later in the day, they may be busy and unable to take your call. (if you are calling about a specific nonprofit, it’s best to have the name and ein when you call).

Already Have 501c3?

Find Out if Your Nonprofit Already Has Its 501c3

There are two ways to find out if your nonprofit already has its 501c3. 1. Go to and type in your corporate name and location. The IRS takes liberal opportunity to change its web site, so if this address isn’t correct, go to and select “Charities and Nonprofits” and then “Search for Charities.” If you don’t find your nonprofit’s name on the list, it does not necessarily mean that it does not have its 501c3 and you should go to step 2 below. (It is our experience that sometimes the IRS list is not comprehensive.) 2. Call the IRS Customer Service for nonprofit organizations at 1-877-829-5500 and give them your corporate name (and EIN if you have it). The best time to call them is about 8:35 a.m. Eastern Time. Later in the day, they may be busy and unable to take your call. Tax information for charities and other nonprofits can be found at: If you’re not sure if you have 501c3 nonprofit status, click here.