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Organization Search

Start the registration process by first searching for your organization.

CyberGrants FrontDoor is available to a large number of United States nonprofit organizations and educational institutions. To see if your organization is eligible to use FrontDoor and to claim its profile, begin by selecting the option which best describes your organization below, then use the search function.

Please enter your e-mail address, e.g. yourname@yourdomain.com. You will need your e-mail address to log in.
Passwords must be between 8 and 32 characters and meet all of these criteria:
  • Must contain at least one upper case letter (e.g. "A-Z").
  • Must contain at least one lower case letter (e.g. "a-z").
  • Must contain at least one number (e.g. "0-9").
  • Must NOT contain three or more repeating characters (e.g. "Charity2000").
  • Passwords may optionally contain the following special characters: "$ ! # @ - _"
    Enter the legal name of the organization for which you are applying.
    IRS AND/OR NCES Information
    Enter the nine digit U.S. Tax ID of the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for which you are applying. If you do not know the organization's Tax ID, please contact the business office of the organization or call the IRS toll-free at 1-877-829-5500. If your organization is not located in the United States or otherwise does not have a U.S. Tax ID number then leave this field empty.
    For U.S. public schools, the District ID should be the first 7 digits of a 12 digit National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) School ID. If you do not know the school's NCES information, please visit the NCES website.
    For U.S. public schools, the School ID should be the last 5 digits of a 12 digit National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) School ID. For private schools, the School ID should be the 8 digit NCES School ID. If you do not know the school's NCES information, please visit the NCES website.
    Tell us how you would prefer your organization to be listed in our system. We will use information from the Internal Revenue Service by default. If your organization’s name and/or address is different from what is listed with the IRS, please also provide a brief explanation as to why in the note field below.
    Help users find your organization by providing its alternate name or acronym.
    Share some details about yourself and your organization. This will help us confirm your association with this organization and if you're the right person to claim it.
    Director, Manager, Treasurer, etc.
    Your personal LinkedIn profile URL can help us confirm your association with this organization. Your profile will not be used for any purpose beyond validating that you represent this organization and will not be displayed anywhere on our website. It will look something like this: www.linkedin.com/in/yourname. Visit LinkedIn for more info on finding your URL.
    Sharing your organization's website address may allow us to learn more about your nonprofit and confirm your role
     
    Upload a copy of a canceled check or a document/letter with your organization's name, tax ID, and account info on it. Download a sample bank letter. Please do not upload copies of your bank statement, IRS 990, or your application to the bank for an account as these will not be accepted.
     
    Download a sample IRS Letter. Can't find your letter? Call the IRS Customer Service for nonprofit organizations at 1-877-829-5500 and give them your nonprofit’s name and Employer Identification Number (EIN). Do not upload State issued tax documents, a Form 990, or an SS-4. An SS-4 is a form letter sent by the IRS informing you that your organization or business has been assigned an EIN (Employer Identification Number). Unfortunately, it in no way confers tax-exempt status.
    If you received an access code in an email or on a check stub by any of our CyberGrants customers, please enter one of them here. Otherwise leave this field blank.
    I have read and agree to the CyberGrants Terms of Use.
     
    Please use this section to help explain differences between the legal or IRS information and your preferred information.
    (500 character maximum)