By Ken Schwencke, ProPublica
On Thursday, we launched a new feature for our Nonprofit Explorer database: The ability to search the full text of nearly 3 million electronically filed nonprofit tax filings sent to the IRS since 2011.
Nonprofit Explorer already lets researchers, reporters and the general public search for tax information from more than 1.8 million nonprofit organizations in the United States, as well as allowing users to search for the names of key employees and directors of organizations.
Now, users of our free database can dig deep and search for text that appears anywhere in a nonprofit’s tax records, as long as those records were filed digitally — which according to the IRS covers about two-thirds of nonprofit tax filings in recent years. [Full story]
Here’s the link to the database https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/
Give it a try. Just enter Kentucky in the name of the non-profit, use Kentucky as the state and leave the rest as the default and you’ll come up with some 30 pages of Kentucky nonprofits listed.