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UCB DECAL Fall '11

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1. Why don't you fill out complete 990s?

Since we normally make under $50,000 by the IRS's definition, we are not required to fill out complete 990s. However, this most likely will change in the future.

2. Why don't you fill out complete 199s?

Since we normally make under $25,000 by the CA's definition, we are not required to fill out complete 990s. However, this most likely will change in the future.

3. I have some ideas for your trip budget.

Great! You can contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We are always interested in improving.

4. I think I could do a better job managing some aspects of Project Pueblo.

Great! We are always looking for people to help. If you are a college student, the easiest way to get involved is by joining your college chapter or starting one. In fact, that is how Project Pueblo originally started. If you are a professional, please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can figure out the best way for you to get involved. Currently, and in the foreseeable future, all of our positions are 100% volunteer, so please take this into account.

5. Why is gas so much?

Gas is expensive. We also drive around a ton when we are on the reservation.

6. Why are the driver discounts and car rentals so much?

Transportation to the reservation is a necessary cost. In order to make sure we can bring our team out, we need to either (1) compensate drivers or (2) rent cars (or both).

7. Why is lodging so inexpensive?

We partner with organizations and families for our trips. We typically will either stay in schools, churches, etc. or at families homes. By doing so, we can save a lot of money on lodging. In addition. we will typically help the families and organizations out whom we stay with. This is part of our service model.

8. What are some of your long-term projects?

We are currently working on building an Earth Home (see calearth.org for more information) and installing some water systems (see razoo.com/projectpueblowater for more information), all for families in need.

9. What are corporate expenses?

These include items such as media equipment (cameras, etc.), safety supplies (masks, gloves, goggles, etc.), banking fees (checks, Paypal fees, etc.), and other things along this vein.

10. Does Project Pueblo profit on trips?

Since we are a nonprofit organization, we do not have any profits. Any money leftover from trips and expenses will be rolled into our long-term projects.

11. Do any of your officers get paid?

None of our board members, advisers, or officers receive any compensation.

12. I am not sure if I feel comfortable coming on a Project Pueblo trip.

That's completely OK. If you end up feeling comfortable later, please apply! If not, please do not apply (we currently receive more applicants than we are able to accommodate).

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