Youth Development

National Iota Foundation

  • Baltimore, MD
  • www.tnif.org

Mission Statement

The National Iota Foundation, was founded in 1992 in Delaware as a public charity dedicated to improving the quality of life in low income communities throughout the US. The National Iota Foundation creates and manages cultural and educational enrichment after school programs for middle and high school students, organizes hunger relief efforts in low income communities in Baltimore, and is developing Job Readiness Training programs to assist the underemployed. While the NIF primarily operates in Baltimore Maryland it also helps local chapters of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. manage and fund high quality enrichment after school programs across the country.

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ruling year

1992

Principal Officer

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Mr. Nate Williams

Keywords

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Youth, Education, Mentoring, Social Service

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EIN

52-1763517

Also Known As

TNIF

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Youth Community Service Clubs (O51)

Community Improvement, Capacity Building N.E.C. (S99)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

The Youth Alliance After school program currently serves 30 middle and high school students in Baltimore. In our hnger relief program we work with tthe Maryland Food Bank to distribute over 7,000 lbs of food each month to over 50 needy families. We are currently seeking funding for our Job Readiness Training Program to help the underemployed increase their marketable skills and gain economic freedom for their families by qualifying for and obtaining better jobs.

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National Iota Foundation

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Principal Officer

Mr. Nate Williams

BIO

Nate Williams is a passionate, caring, and dedicated advocate for community empowerment and improvement. Nate's vision for the community centers on creating high quality enrichment programs that motivate and inspire young people while promoting interaction between students and adults through participation in a positive, fun, and a challenging mix of civic, science, arts, and sport programs. A graduate of Wilberforce University he has held held management and senior staff positions at CACI Commerical Inc and major law firms in the Washington DC area. In the non-profit sector, he has helped develop and manage youth enrichment and development programs for more than 20 years.

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