WHOmentors.com, Inc. encourages volunteering in general, away from home, overnight, in commmunities other than your own.

Individual and/or group volunteers (aka philanthrovoluntourists™) demonstrate the amount of support WHOmentors.com, Inc. has within a community within the United States of America, or abroad, provide work for short periods of time, and provide leadership on a wide range of nonexempt projects. Episodic volunteers stay for extended periods of time because they not only understand the motivation of the CEO as articulated in Title 10 U.S.C. §8583 but also believe WHOmentors.com, Inc. is capable of accomplishing its mission to introduce a competing image that is a cut-above the marketed lifestyles of role models, people see everywhere, daily.

Gain Professional Experience

Receive development training and actual opportunities to enhance your résumé.

Learn a lot!

Discover hidden talents that may change your view on your self worth.

Become an Expert

Gain knowledge of local resources available to solve community needs.

Payment of Expenses

An individual may receive reasonable meals, lodging, transportation, and incidental expenses without losing volunteer status.

Do What You Like To Do

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Employer Matching Gifts

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Public Benefit

WHOmentors.com, Inc. is a 509(a)(2) publicly supported scientific, educational and charitable corporation, primarily engaged in interdisciplinary applied research to gain knowledge or understanding to determine the means by which a specific, recognized need may be met.

Independent Research

Scientific research must be carried on for the purpose of aiding in the scientific education of college or university students. B-1 Business Visitor Visa is eligible.

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H-1B Exempt Employer

H-1B workers who are petitioned for or employed at WHOmentors.com, Inc. are not subject to the annual numerical limit "cap" of 65,000 visas each fiscal year.

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Fiscal Sponsorship

WHOmentors.com, Inc. can distribute funds to nonexempt organizations, provided it retains control and discretion over use of the funds for section 501(c)(3) purposes.

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Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

The training, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of WHOmentors.com, Inc., the employer, is similar to that which would be given in a vocational school.

Activity Discovery

Positioning

Develop Tools

Start a Project

Conduct Outreach

Projects

WHOmentors.com, Inc. ensures use of funds for section 501(c)(3) purposes by limiting distributions to specific projects that are in furtherance of its own exempt purposes: scientific, educational, and/or charitable.

ABOUT US

As a §509(a)(2) publicly supported organization, WHOmentors.com, Inc. receives few gifts or grants from governmental units, and normally receives gross receipts from permitted sources, and not more than one-third of its financial support from gross investment income.

Rauhmel Fox, CEO, WHOmentors.com, Inc., leads a coterie of executive trainees (29 CFR §541.705) to inquire into any subject that evokes their intellectual concern while constantly deriving independent economic value to support §501(c)(3) exempt functions.

David Steele, a prominent journalist aptly noted, "Rauhmel drew the perfect distinction between being a role model and a mentor...just being visible and popular and being influential. That's the difference people just don't understand."

What does WHOmentors.com, Inc. Do?

Qualify to conduct activities--as defined by the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE)--in any other state, territory, dependency, or foreign country.

Growth Timeline

2007
Certificate of Honor from City and County of San Francisco, CA

Whereas, on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, Mayor Gavin Newson recognized and honored Rauhmel Fox, CEO, WHOmentors.com, Inc. for fostering the entrepreneurial spirit of young adults and youth.

2005
Tech Startup Area, California

Comprises diverse, loosely structured affiliations and interconnections between persons who know how to obtain an economic advantage over competitors fast enough to stay on the edge of the innovation curve.

2004
Incorporated

Gifts and donations that are given to WHOmentors.com, Inc. can be deducted from the donors' federal and state income tax returns. - See determination letters.

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Exempt Purposes

One criterion for 501(c)(3) status is that the activities of WHOmentors.com, Inc. must be primarily for at least one tax-exempt purpose—chose three: scienfiic, educational, and/or charitable.

Scientific
NTEE-CC W05 - Research Institutes & Public Policy Analysis
NTEE-CC U40 - Engineering & Technology
Educational
NTEE-CC W70 - Leadership Development
NTEE-CC J20 - Employment Preparation & Procurement
NTEE-CC O53 - Youth Development - Business
Charitable
NTEE-CC P58 - Gift Distribution
NTEE-CC T50 - Philanthropy, Charity & Voluntarism Promotion
NTEE-CC Q32 - International Economic Development

Like or Follow the Leader or the Projects

Rauhmel received praise from executive leaders such as Charlotte Beers, the former Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy under President George W. Bush, for undertaking such a difficult but invaluable role, which has enormous cultural, academic, economic and strategic significance.

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Rauhmel Fox

Director & CEO

My name conjures up leadership image of German Field Marshall Erwin von Rommel, the Desert Fox

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Rauhmel Fox, CEO, WHOmentors.com, Inc. is also available for speaking engagements on a wide variety of topics.

  • Corporate Correspondence:
    Rauhmel Fox, CEO
    WHOmentors.com, Inc.
    101A Clay Street
    MB #250
    San Francisco, California 94111
  • +1 415 373 6767
  • Rauhmel@WHOmentors.com

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