My Little Pony fans successfully register a 501(c)3 charity for fannish good works

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16 Responses to “My Little Pony fans successfully register a 501(c)3 charity for fannish good works”

  1. TooGoodToCheck says:

    It’s not precisely the same situation, having more involvement from the media creators, but Child’s Play is basically a fandom charity

  2. theophrastvs says:

    get’em IRS get’em!   i think the political motivation here is pret-ty clear (pretty pony commie socio-fascist hippies anti-capitalistic pirates!!!) 

  3. anon0mouse says:

    “Good thing there was no mention of ‘Tea Love’ or ‘Party of One’” type comments in 3…2…1..

  4. nixiebunny says:

    YAY!!!

  5. Melissa Anelli says:

    The HP Alliance has been a 501c3 for many years – but this is still very wonderful!!

  6. nixiebunny says:

    It’s 20% more tax-deductible!

    Thank you, I’ll be here all week with my brony kids egging me on.
     

  7. Brony Thank You Fund says:

    Many conventions are 501(c)(3), but not public charities, which requires a higher bar. And we didn’t emerge out of Reddit, but out of the IndieGoGo fundraiser for the advertisement.

    ‘Coder’

  8. They are wrong as far as 501(c)(3)s go – HPEF conventions are that, and FictionAlley.com was also an educational 501(c)(3). Archive of Our Own also is a registered nonprofit.

  9. Bob Brinkman says:

    Not the first, by far, but still a great thing.

  10. Brony Thank You Fund says:

    Agreed, the Harry Potter folks got there first, and our hats are off to them. Our huge, pony-head-capable hats…

    ‘Coder’

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