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Celebrating 100 Years of Advocating for Children

 Banneker Middle School Parent Involvement Committee with Governor O'Malley.

                           

   
                

BB&T Insurance is now Knight Insurance Services. 

Effective  May 1, 2015, BB&T Insurance is now Knight Insurance Services.

Knight Insurance Services is now the insurance provider for MDPTA.  If you haven’t already, you will begin seeing Knight Insurance Services on your invoices and statements.    

A message from Knight Insurance Services.

Since 1922, Knight Insurance Services has evolved into a leader of insurance professionals in one of California’s largest financial centers.  We value our close professional partnership with our clients. In fact, we are proud to state that we have many multigenerational partnerships. We understand you and your business and respond promptly to changing needs with the most effective solutions. At Knight Insurance, our goal is to develop comprehensive long term solutions by consistently providing you with the best resources and knowledge available.  

Our seamless service and professional interaction with our clients are traits few competitors can match. We work diligently to understand and fulfill your insurance needs. Our integrity and Commitment to our clients has earned us a reputation for operating at the highest professional and personal standards for nearly 100 year.

As an independent agency, we utilize a multitude of insurance providers to present you meaningful options.

 


 

Your Contributions Make an Important Difference

Contributions to the Annual Fund are used for important programs and projects, as well as day-to-day operations at Maryland PTA.  Since it is impossible for Maryland PTA to fund all of the worthy and important programs it would like to support, it must depend on the generosity of PTA members and supporters, through contributions to our Annual Fund.

Through the Annual Fund, PTA members and donors are able to have a profound and lasting impact on the broad community we represent—parents, teachers, students, and communities.   Because of our donors and members demonstrated dedication, compassion, and commitment, PTA is able to address important community issues, such as arts in education, parent involvement  and healthy lifestyles.

Your gift will be put to work immediately on behalf of all of Maryland’s children.  Thank you for your support of PTA and its mission. 

Annual Fund donations can be made online with the button below or simply mailing a check (made payable to Maryland PTA), a letter outlining the purpose of the gift, to the following address:

Maryland PTA

5 Central Avenue
Glen Burnie, MD 21061

 


 

 


 

Have you checked the status of your unit's incorporation? 

If you are not considered  "In Good Standing" by the Maryland Department of Assessments, you need to contact them (410-767-1350) to find out what is required to bring you into Good Standing. Not being in good standing can result in the loss of your incorporation and the protection it provides.  It will cause your local to not be in good standing, and thus not be able to participate in several of our programs and benefits.  This loss of standing by the MD Dept of State is usually a result of not filing your property tax report. 

THIS REPORT NEEDS TO BE FILED WHETHER YOUR PTA/PTSA OWNS ANY PROPERTY OR NOT!!!

Check your status at www.dat.state.md.us

  • Click on Business Data Search
  • Click on Business Entity Search
  • Then enter either the PTA name as originally submitted OR enter the Incorporation number for your PTA.
  • When you see your PTA, click on general information
  • This will give you an overview of the status of your PTA.        

 


 

What's going on.......

      Maryland PTA Newsletters

         April 2013

        

         September 2013                 

         October 2013

         February 2014

          April 2014

 

March 2015

April - May 2015

                              .....good things are happening in Maryland!

 

                            

From National Center for Charitable Statistics, Urban Institute

 

To Users of 990 and ePostcard (990-N):
 
The Urban Institute’s National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS) recently discovered that an unauthorized party or parties have accessed the Form 990 Online and e-Postcard filing systems for nonprofit organizations. This unauthorized access affected nonprofit users of IRS Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-N (e-Postcard). In addition, it affected users of Form 8868 extensions and filings for charitable organizations in Hawaii, Michigan, and New York.
   
Once they discovered the attack, they contacted the IRS and made every effort to secure the systems and user accounts. NCCS is working with law enforcement agencies as they conduct an investigation. In addition, NCCS has retained a leading cybersecurity firm to help analyze the situation and strengthen security.
 
The compromised forms do not contain Social Security numbers, credit card data, or individual tax filer information, so such sensitive information was not available to the hackers. Copies of the 990 returns, including the e-Postcard, are public documents that are released by the IRS.
 
NCCS sincerely apologizes for this disruption and any inconvenience this incident may cause. The investigation is ongoing.
 
If you have any questions, please visit their FAQ where you can obtain further information. You may also email NCCS at security@form990.org or call 1-800-564-9110 if you have more questions.