Charity Beer, Spirits, and Wine Event Permit Print This Page
For non-profit entities. Allows an authorized non-profit entity to conduct an event which raises funds solely to be used for educational, religious, or charitable purposes. The permit is valid for 36 consecutive hours, and the authorized non-profit entity may receive up to two permits per calendar year.
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- Code Citation
- Iowa Code section 123.173B
- Who Applies
- Nonprofit entities who intend to conduct an event at which the entity is authorized to serve beer, spirits and/or wine at an existing liquor control license or wine or beer permit premises in order to raise funds for educational, religious, or charitable purposes.
- When To Apply
- Prior to the event.
- Initial Requirements
- An “authorized nonprofit entity” includes a nonprofit entity which has a principal office in the state, a nonprofit corporation organized under chapter 504, or a foreign corporation as defined in section 504.141, whose income is exempt from federal taxation under section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code.
- A period not to exceed 36 consecutive hours.
- Processing Time
- 45 days.
- Fee Structure
- Renewal Requirements
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