Who we are
Mission City Charities Inc, 2120 Walsh Ave., Santa Clara, CA 95050. Our website address is: https://mccbingo.com.
Mission City Charities Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing charitable support to the public and other charitable organizations that serve children, the homeless, veterans, veteran’s hospitals, youth sports programs, churches, and other community benefit programs.
Mission City Charities Inc. derives the majority of its revenue from operating regularly scheduled bingo games open to the public. These bingo games are fully compliant with all applicable Federal, State and local regulations and are overseen by Santa Clara Police Department.
Mission City Charities Inc. is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.
Under section 326.5 of the California Penal Code, certain California nonprofits are eligible to conduct bingo games if permitted under a local city and/or county ordinance. The authorizing ordinance must be enacted under section 19 of Articles IV of the California Constitution.
For 501(c)(3) charities, such as Mission City Charities, all profits from the game must be kept in a segregated account and used only for charitable purposes. For other eligible nonprofit organizations, all proceeds of the game must be used for charitable purposes with minor exceptions as outlined in California law.
Local bingo ordinances often have further detailed requirements, including length and number of permissible events, and require registration and/or a permit prior to conducting the game.
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