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Yes, if this is the coalition purpose, your 501c3 can fund this as it is a charitable community purpose within the scope and purpose of your charitable organization. The coalition, if it is established by your 501(c)(3) for accomplishment of your charitable mission is allowed to be funded by your church 501 entity and you can accept donations which would be tax deductible to the donors for the funding of this coalition as part of your 501(c) church.
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