3.1 List all facilities, locations, and operations.
3.2 What is the status of each property? Are they owned or leased?
3.3 List any industrial development funds or other public monies used in construction, renovation, or purchase.
The organization’s web site is the best place to look for information on facilities.
While Form 990 does not identify facilities, Part VI of Schedule D discloses the value of land, building, leasehold improvements and equipment. Candid, the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS), and the Economic Research Institute all provide access to Form 990 as well as summary information on nonprofit organizations. Also check the New York Charities Bureau.
In addition to identifying the location of facilities, you can find property values online in most states. Search Systems and BRBPub provide access to state databases that will link you to the assessor’s or deeds office in local communities. Records often include detailed information on building permits and the cost of renovations. In communities where this information is not available, you will need to go to the courthouse, deeds, or assessor’s office.
You can find information on industrial development funds or other public monies in the sources above, or by using a general news search.