Thank you for your interest in contacting O’Neal Industries in support of your philanthropic efforts. To maintain our focus on community support, we have established guidelines to help us in evaluating requests from eligible organizations.
To submit a request, you will be required to fill out the online form and provide the organization’s tax-exempt status (Requesting organization must be recognized by the IRS exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code. For further clarification visit IRS.gov, charities, and non-profits).
We are unable to make contributions to the following:
- Organizations that are not tax-exempt as prescribed by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended.
- Organizations that discriminate race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran, or disability statuses in the delivery of services and in their employment practices.
- Organizations and programs designed to influence legislation or elect candidates to public office.
- Sectarian or religious organizations unless the gift is designated to a program that is secular in nature and benefits a broad range of the community (e.g., soup kitchens and homeless shelters). Additionally, the program must have a formal mission and separate budget and staff.
- Foundations that are themselves grant-making bodies (not including organizations that conduct federated campaigns such as United Way).
- Organizations that cannot or will not provide independently audited financial statements upon request.
- Organizations employing full-time fundraisers whose salaries are based on a percentage of what they raise.
- Organizations that request the service of a Company employee on a board or committee solely for the purpose of securing a contribution.
- Gifts to educational institutions should support a specific program, such as an internship or scholarship program, with which the Company has an on-going interest or pledge.
- Telephone or mass-mail solicitations.
- Tickets, tables, booths, prizes, or advertising functions.
- Fraternal, professional, trade, or social groups.
- Municipal, state, federal, or quasi-government agencies.
- Organizations outside of the United States.
- Sports and athletic events.