Ah, but if you look at the list of bodies with charitable tax exemption
http://www.revenue.ie/pdf/charit_n.pdf on page 389, you'll see Camara
Basically you need to be on the tax man's books for 2 years before you
can get tax relief under section 848A, Taxes Consolidation Act 1997,
which is what the link Paschal provided. Camara's just not that old
Camara Education Limited was registered as a company first just to get
On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 08:57:59 +0000
"Paschal Nee" <pnee at toombeola.com> wrote:
> A list of http://www.revenue.ie/pdf/sn45.pdf Charities recognised by
> Revenue for tax exemption as at 7th December 2006. I can't see
> Camara on that list (perhaps they are registered under a different
> name?). The Revenue grant the CHY reference number.
>> More detail on the Revenue charity registration here
>http://www.revenue.ie/leaflets/faq_chy.pdf>> There is a "Camara Education Limited" registered with the CRO - the
> really inquisitive can fork out the few Euro for a print out of the
> company accounts/memo & arts.
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> > From: Ronan Cunniffe <ronan at iaa.es>
> > To: info at camara.ie, ilug at linux.ie> > Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 17:57:33 +0100
> > Subject: [ILUG] Is Camara a charity or not?
> > Hello,
> > There's a discussion happening at the moment the ILUG mailing
> > list (Irish Linux Users Group) (see
> > http://www.linux.ie/lists/pipermail/ilug/) about the most useful
> > way of recycling old-but-working computers, and www.camara.ie was
> > mentioned. During the discussion, it was pointed out that there
> > doesn't seem to be any formal statement on the website about what
> > exactly kind of organisation Camara is: a charity? for profit?
> > Can you clarify this point for us?
> > Regards,
> > Ronan
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