The Grytte Organization was founded in 2018 by a now-former student from The Browning School. Our mission is to provide Browning’s community with an insight into the non-profit’s financial health. The school is obligated to file annual financial statements (known as Form 990) with the IRS, all of which are open to public inspection.
Grytte (pronounced "grit") is The Browning School's motto, symbolizing perseverance, patience, and perspective.
In addition to hosting an archive of Browning's financial records, we have compiled an overview of statistics and trends dating back to the early 2000s. When analyzing a specific fiscal year, we encourage all users to preview the overall trend for that data point.
The platform we use to host and operate Grytte.org was created with Laravel, Tailwind CSS, and Chart.js. This software is open-source and available to the public on our GitHub.
Organizations claiming federal tax-exempt status must file a Form 990 with the Internal Revenue Service every fiscal year. The form serves as a public record of financial information for the non-profit.
Yes! Every Form 990 that a non-profit files with the IRS is open to public inspection under 26 U.S. Code § 6104.
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The form typically includes an organiation's assets, revenue, expenses, and highest paid officers. You can also find information about an organization's board, independent contractors, and fundraising activities.
We use ProPublica's Nonprofit Explorer to find PDF copies of The Browning School's filings of Form 990.
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