Agoura Water Polo Foundation
Agoura Water Polo Foundation
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About this organization
Interesting data from their 2017 990 filing
To enable student athletes to learn and play water polo in a competitive environment along with allowing the students to play nationally and internationally.
- Revenue reported was $34,926.
- Expenses reported were $28,671.
- Other expenses reported $13,569.
- The non-profit reported a excess or deficit for $6,255.
- Other compensation reported was $6,150.
- Contributions, gifts, and grants reported were $6,324.
- The non-profit filed a copy of the returns in CA.
- To enable student athletes to learn and play water polo in a competitive environment along with allowing the students to play nationally and internationally. Expenses $6,324.
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