January 1, 2013
IRS provided EIN
NanoLab Foundation is a State of Georgia registered nonprofit charity organization organized exclusively for public benefit and charitable, educational and scientific purposes exempt from federal income tax under section 501 ( C ) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The target beneficiaries for our micro nanotechnology/advance manufacturing education and infrastructure programs and projects are underprivileged and under served schools, colleges and universities; and poor, distressed, and economically disadvantaged communities. Additionally, our model or exploratory or pilot scale enterprises target unemployed youth who are high school, community college and university graduates. We also target unemployed veterans and workers from closed or liquidated plants/factories.
November 25, 2015
IRS approved letter of determination for 501(c)(3) tax exemption status
Our MISSION is to empower disadvantaged students & veterans with employable nanotechnology/advanced manufacturing skills for high tech jobs; equip underserved schools, colleges and universities with nanotechnology/advanced manufacturing equipment/tools; and modernize economically distressed communities with micro infrastructure for disaster relief, health care and nanotechnology/advance manufacturing to contribute to healthy society, job creation and high income generating opportunities in the United States of America and abroad.
October 30, 2012
Non-profit organization was registered with the State of Georgia
The changes that we expect to occur with the existence of our nonprofit organization include contributing to educating needy students in science & technology; training more employable hightech skill workers; increase in economic activities, alleviating poverty, increasing incomes, raising new entrepreneurs, preventing community deterioration, reducing juvenile delinquency, and lessening government burdens.
Furthermore, we provide third party product evaluation, testing and certification services for micro/small enterprises and individual inventors to improve economic activities in disadvantaged communities.