Membria 2019

Incasari si Depuneri 2020

  1. FFI Bank Summary of Accounts - jpg
  2. Transactions 2020 FFI Bank
  3. 2020 Monthly Deposits & Expenses - jpg
  4. Donatii Incasari 2020, sortat pe categorii
  5. ALL Receipts and Invoices
  6. Mortgage statement Saint Polycarp - 2020 - jpg
  7. 2020-Collier-Tax-Exemption
  8. Saint Polycarp Parish Assets' Inventory


"With federal dollars comes federal oversight," says Joseph https://www.sba.gov/ Faith-Based FAQ Final.pdf

Receipt of a loan through any SBA program constitutes Federal financial assistance and carries with it the application of certain nondiscrimination obligations. Any legal obligations that you incur through your receipt of this loan are not permanent, and once the loan is paid or forgiven, those nondiscrimination obligations will no longer apply.

Faith-Based Organizations FAQ4/3/2020 11:25 PM3 Consistent with certain federal nondiscrimination laws, SBA regulations provide that the recipient may not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, age, or national origin with regard to goods, services, or accommodations offered.

C.F.R. §113.3(a). But SBA regulations also make clear that these nondiscrimination requirements do not limit a faith-based entity’s autonomy with respect to membership or employment decisions connected to its religious exercise. 13 CFR §113.3-1(h).

When houses of worship take federal funds, they consent to a certain degree of government regulation. The funding from the SBA comes with the legal obligation of nondiscrimination, applied to members of the public (and not members of the congregation), according to a document published by the SBA. These regulations are interpreted within a constitutional context of religious freedom, and no longer apply once the loan is repaid or forgiven.

The context of disaster relief assuages the fears of some critics. Because it is an emergency measure, it will not likely turn into ongoing support and become problematic for faith-based organizations.

But others disagree. "It's hard to close the faucet of public money to faith-based organizations," says Joseph.

"The first question is do we need this money? The answer is we don't," says Dan Lamey, Pastor of Jubilee Fellowship in Naples, Florida. His congregation has decided not to apply for the loan.

Our resource ultimately is God, not the government.

To the extent not covered or prohibited by part 112 of this chapter, recipients of financial assistance may not:

(a) Discriminate with regard to goods, services, or accommodations offered or provided by the aided business or other enterprise, whether or not operated for profit, because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, or national origin of a person, or fail or refuse to accept a person on a nonsegregated basis as a patient, student, visitor, guest, customer, passenger, or patron.

(b) With regard to employment practices within the aided business or other enterprise, whether or not operated for profit; fail or refuse, because of race, color, religion, sex or national origin of a person, to seek or retain the person's services, or to provide the person with opportunities for advancement or promotion, or accord an employee the rank and rate of compensation, including fringe benefits, merited by the employee's services and abilities.

part 113 n discrimination-prohibited in financial assistance

part-113-nondiscrimination-in-financial-assistance-programs pdf file