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Based in Dallas, Texas, David T. Ball is an experienced, high-level Business Management Consultant. Beyond his professional activities, David T. Ball actively supports various philanthropic organizations and events, such as Crawl for Cancer.

Crawl for Cancer (CFC) events consist of pub crawls that raise money for cancer research and patient and family support. All profits from CFC events, which take place in various cities throughout the United States, are donated to CFC-supported charities. Despite the philanthropic nature of the organization, CFC is not an official charity.

Due to the nature of CFC events, which involve recreational drinking at various local establishments, the organization is not eligible for tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status. This means CFC is not funded by donations, nor does it manage any of the charities supported through CFC events.

That said, CFC voluntarily provides annual financial statements to the public in order to maintain complete transparency in regards to fundraising activities, with a guarantee that 100 percent of profits are donated to partner charities. In 2015, for example, the organization generated just over $1 million in gross receipts. After removing operating expenses, taxes, and wages, CFC was able to donate $220,000 while retaining $0 in earnings.

A more complete breakdown of the organization’s for-profit status, and its charitable activities can be found at www.crawlforcancer.org.

Based in Dallas, Texas, David T. Ball is an experienced, high-level Business Management Consultant. Beyond his professional activities, David T. Ball actively supports various philanthropic organizations and events, such as Crawl for Cancer.

Crawl for Cancer (CFC) events consist of pub crawls that raise money for cancer research and patient and family support. All profits from CFC events, which take place in various cities throughout the United States, are donated to CFC-supported charities. Despite the philanthropic nature of the organization, CFC is not an official charity.

Due to the nature of CFC events, which involve recreational drinking at various local establishments, the organization is not eligible for tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status. This means CFC is not funded by donations, nor does it manage any of the charities supported through CFC events.

That said, CFC voluntarily provides annual financial statements to the public in order to maintain complete transparency in regards to fundraising activities, with a guarantee that 100 percent of profits are donated to partner charities. In 2015, for example, the organization generated just over $1 million in gross receipts. After removing operating expenses, taxes, and wages, CFC was able to donate $220,000 while retaining $0 in earnings.

A more complete breakdown of the organization’s for-profit status, and its charitable activities can be found at www.crawlforcancer.org.

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Understanding Crawl for Cancer's Charity Status

  1. 1. David T Ball
  2. 2. Introduction Based in Dallas, Texas, David T. Ball is an experienced, high-level Business Management Consultant. Beyond his professional activities, David T. Ball actively supports various philanthropic organizations and events, such as Crawl for Cancer.
  3. 3. Crawl for Cancer (CFC) events consist of pub crawls that raise money for cancer research and patient and family support. All profits from CFC events, which take place in various cities throughout the United States, are donated to CFC-supported charities. Despite the philanthropic nature of the organization, CFC is not an official charity.
  4. 4. Due to the nature of CFC events, which involve recreational drinking at various local establishments, the organization is not eligible for tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status. This means CFC is not funded by donations, nor does it manage any of the charities supported through CFC events.
  5. 5. That said, CFC voluntarily provides annual financial statements to the public in order to maintain complete transparency in regards to fundraising activities, with a guarantee that 100 percent of profits are donated to partner charities. In 2015, for example, the organization generated just over $1 million in gross receipts. After removing operating expenses, taxes, and wages, CFC was able to donate $220,000 while retaining $0 in earnings. A more complete breakdown of the organization’s for-profit status, and its charitable activities can be found at www.crawlforcancer.org.

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