Public Disclosure

Tax-exempt organizations such as the Center for Rural Affairs, are required by the Internal Revenue Service to allow public inspection of their application for recognition of tax exemption (IRS Form 1023) and their three most recent annual information returns (IRS Form 990).

You can view our documents as well as the two other tax-exempt organizations the Center for Rural Affairs controls (Rural Investment Corporation and Granary Foundation) here in PDF format.

It should be noted that these are historical documents. These documents do not necessarily reflect the current realities of the Center for Rural Affair's financial state or organizational plans or those of its two controlled organizations. They were accurate to the best estimates available at the time they were filed.

Center for Rural Affairs

Granary​ Foundation

Center for Rural Affairs Community Capital (formerly the Rural Investment Corporation)


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