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As long as your purpose remains rational related to your original purpose, there is no requirement to update resubmit documentation to the IRS.
The purposes you describe are so similar that, in my opinion, there is no need for a revision even to your bylaws.
And bylaws, when drafted by attorneys, usually contain "catch-all" phrasing that encompasses a degree of "mission drift".
Regardless, and to again answer your primary question, "no" you do not need to reapply or resubmit to the IRS in this instance.
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