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At the Supreme Court of the State of New
York, held in_aIlltfor the of New
York, on yof_ e.-" 2011
PRESENT:
HON. M G
Justice. JLTON A. TINGLIN
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In the Matter of the Application of
Jumo International, Inc., for an ORDER
For Approval for Leave to Sell SUQstantially All
Assets of Type BCorporation Pursuant to /
Section 511 of the Not-far-Profit Corporation Law Index No. / Ii 1/
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Upon reading and filing the Petition of Jumo International, Inc., for an Order granting leave to
sell substantially all of the assets of the Petitioner pursuant to 511 of the Not-for-Profit
Corporation Law, with the exhibits annexed, verified the 30th day of November, 2011, and it
appearing that the Attorney General of the State ofNew York (the HAttomey General") has no
objection to approval ofsaid it is hereby,
ORDERED that the Petitioner, Jumo International, Inc., be and it hereby is authorized to 'sell to
GOOD Worldwide, LLC, substantiaJJy all of its as described in the Petition berein, to wit:
(a) a I-year exclusive license to use the trademarks, copyrights, and brand likeness
and the goodwill of the business associated therewith; (b) a minimum of 10 registered users
communications; (c) a secure API endpoint for the of. the Jumo profile and social graph
information based on an email address; and (d) facilitation ofPurchasers recruitment of Seller
employees, for the sum of approximately Sixty Two Thousand Two Twenty One
($62,221) DolJars, and it is further
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ORDERED, that the aforesaid sum of Sixty Two Thousand Two Huridred Twenty One ($62,221)
Dollars received as consideration for the sale authorized hereby be used and disposed of as
follows: to continue a portion of Petitioner's operations during a winding down period of six to
nine months, and it is further
ORDERED, that the Petitioner shall serve a copy of the signed order on the Attorney General,
and shall provide written notice to the Attorney General that the transaction has been completed,
or if it has been abandoned or if it is stiJI pending 90 days after court approval.
ENTER:
Justice of the Supreme Court
of the State of New York
County ofNew York
THE ATiO::;. ;::Y GE.NEw.L HERElW APPEARS HEREIN.
HAS NO OBJECTION TO THE GRANTlNG OF
JUDICIAL p,PPROVAL HEREON, ACKNOWLEDGES
RECEIPT OF STATUTORY NOTICE, AND DEMANDS
SERVICE or: ALL PAPERS SUBMITTED HEREIN
INCLUDING ALL ORDER, JU[)GMENlS AND
ENOORSEMENTS OF THE COURT. SAID NO OBJEC11ON
IS CONDITIONED ON SUBMISSION OF THE MAnER
TO&COURT WITHIN so DAYS HEREAFTER.
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ASS TANT ATT0r:J:: GENERAL DATE
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SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF NEW YORK
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In the Matter of the Application of
Jurno International, Inc.
For Approval for Leave to Sell Substantially All VERIFIED PETITION
Assets of Type B Corporation Pursuant to
Section 511 of the Not-for- Profit Corporation Law Index No.
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TO: THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF NEW YORK:
Petitioner, Jurno International, Inc., by its attorney, respectfully alleges:
1. The petitioner, Jurno International, Inc., is a not-for-profit corporation
duly organized and existing under the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law of the State of
New York (the "Corporation"). A copy of the Corporation's Certificate of Incorporation
is attached hereto as Exhibit A and a copy of the Corporation's By-Laws are attached
hereto as Exhibit B. The Corporation's principal office is located at 113 Spring Street,
3
rd
Floor, New York, New York 10012.
2. The names of the directors of the Corporation and their places of residence
are:
Christopher Hughes Christopher Bishko
113 Spring Street, 3rd FI 1991 Broadway (Suite 200)
New York, NY 10012 Redwood City, CA 94063
Joel Cutler Will Reynolds
20 University Road, Ste 450 215 Rutledge Road
Cambridge, MA 02138 Belmont, MA 02478
Michael Slaby Susan McCue
55 E. Erie St. #4801 117 N Peyton Street
Chicago, IL 6061 1 Alexandria VA 22314
James Pallotta
50 Rowes Wharf, 6
th
Floor
Boston, MA 02110
3. The names of the principal officers of the Corporation and their places of
residence are:
Christopher Hughes, President 113 Spring Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10012
Joel Cutler, Secretary 20 University Road, Ste 450
Cambridge, MA 02138
Michael Slaby, Treasurer 55 E. Erie St. #4801
Chicago, IL 60611
4. The activities of the Corporation are as follows: to build an online
platform to connect individuals and non-profit organizations, said corporation being a
Type B corporation.
5. The Corporation proposes to sell to GOOD Worldwide, LLC, a Delaware
limited liability company ("GOOD"), the following assets:
(a) a I-year exclusive license to use the Corporation's trademarks,
copyrights, and brand likeness and the goodwill of the business
associated therewith;
(b) a minimum of 10 registered users communications;
(c) a secure API endpoint for the retrieval of the Jumo profile and
social graph information based on an email address (personal
information to be transferred only if the user opts in to the transfer
pursuant to the process described in paragraphs 11 and 12 below);
and
(d) facilitation of Purchaser's recruitment of Seller employees.
The Corporation's domain, email list and two patents (both of which have been filed but
will be allowed to lapse) are not part of the assets being sold. A copy of the Asset
Purchase Agreement entered into as of August 16, 2011, by and between the Corporation
and GOOD is attached hereto as Exhibit C.
6. The fair value of the aforesaid assets is approximately $62,221. A copy of
the Fair Market Value Analysis letter for the Assets prepared by Morrison, Brown, Argiz
& Farra, LLC, is attached hereto as Exhibit D.
7. The debts and liabilities of the Corporation are set forth on Exhibit E
attached hereto. A copy of the Corporation's 2010 Form 990 is attached hereto as
Exhibit F.
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8. As stated on Exhibit E, the Corporation is in the process of returning
unused grant funds to the following five foundations in accordance with the terms of
written grant agreements between the Corporation and each of the foundations: The Ford
Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Omidyar Network Fund, Inc.,
The Pershing Square Foundation and The Rockefeller Foundation. The total amount of
funds that will be returned is approximately $488,944. The Corporation is working with
the foundations to return the funds prior to dissolution.
9. The consideration to be received by the Corporation for the sale of the
aforesaid assets to GOOD is the sum of up to $62,221, subject to the terms of the Escrow
Agreement and as described in more detail in the Asset Purchase Agreement, said sum of
money to be used to continue a portion of the Corporation's operations during a winding
down period of six to nine months. At this time, the Corporation is unable to estimate the
costs it will incur during this period.
10. The dissolution of the Corporation is contemplated after the sale of the
assets as aforesaid.
11. The Corporation will communicate to its registered users regarding the
recruitment of the Corporation users to GOOD using a third-party email provider to send
up to ten emails on behalf of GOOD. The Corporation will pay all distribution costs
associated with email communications. GOOD will not have access to the Corporation's
email list. The email message will contain an option to click through a link to go to
GOOD and to opt in to the transfer of personal information to GOOD and otherwise open
an account and maintain a profile with GOOD. The landing page will contain a pop-up
explaining that approval via a second link will allow GOOD to populate a new account
for the user. The landing page will be developed by GOOD in compliance with the
Corporation's privacy policy. The landing page will disclose in a clear and conspicuous
manner the personal information that will be transferred, as listed in paragraph 12 below.
12. In order to comply with the Corporation's privacy policy and to protect the
privacy of the Corporation's registered users, the following will apply with respect to any
information transferred by the Corporation to GOOD:
(a) The data transferred by the Corporation to GOOD may include any
of the following information about a registered user of the
Corporation:
(i) Name;
(ii) Email address;
(iii) Gender;
(iv) Year of birth;
(v) City or other location;
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(vi) A short biography previously provided by the user;
(vii) Issues of interest (e.g., maternal health, homelessness, etc.);
(viii) Organizations of interest (e.g., charity: water, Red Cross, etc.); and
(ix) Links to social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr,
YouTube, personal blogs, etc.) where previously provided
by the user.
(b) The information transferred by the Corporation to GOOD will not
include a user's address, credit card information or social security
number.
(c) Where applicable, the data transferred will include users'
Facebook and Twitter user identifications but no other
authentication data.
(d) Neither the Corporation nor GOOD will use Facebook Connect in
relation to the transfer.
(e) No clickstream data will be transferred.
(f) The Corporation's registered users will be notified by email that
once their account information is transferred they will be members
of GOOD and subject to GOOD's privacy policy, and the email
will contain a link to the policy.
13. No personal information will be transferred to GOOD unless the user opts
the transfer pursuant to the process described in paragraphs 11 and 12 above.
14. The sale of assets is an arms length transaction, the consideration and the
terms of the sale of the assets of the Corporation are fair and reasonable to the
Corporation, and the purposes of the Corporation to provide an online platform to
connect individuals and not-for-profit organizations will be enhanced thereby, as GOOD
will provide reach, audience and content that the Corporation would not be able to
develop on its own in a short period of time.
15. The proposed sale has been authorized by a vote of the Board of Directors
of the Corporation, in accordance with law, by unanimous written consent dated August
15, 2011. a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit G.
WHEREFORE, the Corporation respectfully prays for an order granting leave to
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sell substantially all its assets as set forth herein and for such other and further relief as
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Breck N. Hancock, Esq.
Attorney for Petitioner
Goodwin Procter LLP
The New York Times Building
620 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018-1405
Tel.: 212-813-8939
Fax.: 212-355-3333
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Verification
STATE OF NEW YORK )
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COUNTY OF NEW YORK )
I am the President of Jumo International, Inc., the corporation named in the above
Petition and make this verification at the direction of its Board of Directors. I have read
the foregoing Petition and know the contents thereof to be true of my own knowledge,
except as to the matters therein stated to be alleged on information and belief and as to
those matters I believ them to be true.
DlANNE M. BROWN
NOTARV PUBLIC, STATE OF NEW VORK
QUAlIFIED IN NEW YORKCOL
REG, wi
MY COMM.
ore me on this :lO. day of 2011
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EXHIBIT A
TO VERIFIED PETITION
CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION



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STATE OF NEW YORK
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
I hereby certify that the annexed copy has been compared with the
original document in the custody of the Secretary of State and that the same
is a true copy of said original.
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WITNESS "my hand and official seal of
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Albany on January 26, 2010.
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CERmCA1E OF INCORPORATION
OF
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
UNDER SECTION 402 OF THE
NOf-FOR-PROHl' CORPORATION LAW '
The undersigned, a natural person of th" age of eighteen (18) or over, desiring' to
form B corporation pursuant to the provisions of the Corporation Law, docs
hereby certity: ,
(I) The name ofthe corporation is Jumo I,ntemational, Inc. (the "Corporation".
(2) The Corporation is a corporation as defined in subparagraph (a)(5) ofSection J02
of the New York Notwfor-Profit Corporation Law (the "NPCL") and shaH be a
Type B corporation under Section 201 of the NPGL. '
(3) The Corporadon is fonned and shall at all times be operated exclusively for
charitable, religious, educational or scientific purposes within tho of
Section 50 I(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code'').
Thc purpose of the COtporation Is to usc online networking technology to help
people discover and support organizations ,and. other individuals engaged in the
fight against global poverty and econb'mic injustice to enable them to share,
connect, and Ultimately take on,lt broad. scale.
(4) In furtherance of the foregoing purposes, the Corporation shaU have all tho
general powers enumerated in Seedon 202 of the NPCL and such other
powers are noy.- or hereafter permit:ted by law for,a corporation 'organized for
the foregoing purposes, including, the power grants
and contrlb.utions for any corporate p'urposl,and the power to maintain a
fund or funds or real andlor personal property,in furtherance ofsuch purposes;
provided, however, that no such power shall be exercised in a manner
inconsistCnt with Section 201-205 of the NPCL or any other provision of the
NPCL or the New York Business Corporation Law or in a manner which would
likely adversely afTeeUhe Corporation's exemption from taxation under the'
Code. ' ,
(.5) Notwithstanding any other provision ofthi. ertificatc: of Incorporation, the
'CorPoration is organized, and shall at all timos be operated, exolusively for
ana educational purposes, and intendllt all timos to qualifY and
remain qualified as exempt from'fedenl tax under Scction SOJ (0)(3)
of the Code and, in connection' thereWith:' .,'
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(a) the Corporation direct'IY',o1"indiroctly, ongage i,n or include among
its purposes any of tho 'activities- tiieiitltmed.in subparagraphs (II)- (u)
ofSection 404 ofthe NPCLj .
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EIN:
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(b) the Corporation is not fomie<! shall not be conducted nor pperated
fO,r pecuniary profit or, financial,gain, and no part of its auets,
Income or profit shaH be distributc(ft(y or inure to the benefit of any
private,individual or individUals, provided that nothing herein shall
prevent the Corporation from payiJig reas'ooable compensation to any
person for services rendered to ,or fOf in furtherance of one
or more ofits pwposcs,; . .. ,': .; :'. ,
(c) no substantial part of the activities of the Corporation. shall be devoted to
the carrying on of propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence
legislation, except to the extent permitted by the Code whether
pursuant to an election under Section 50 I(h) or, otherwise, and no part 0f
tho activities ofthc Corporation shall be devoted to participating or
intervening in (including the publication or distribution of statements) any
political campaign on behalfof or in opposition to any candidate for public
office; and
(d) the Corporation shall not engage in or include among its purposes
any activities not pennittcd to be carried on by a corporation exempt
fiom' federal income taxation under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Code or
c,orresponding provisions laws.
(6) The office of the Corporation shaH be Iocated in New York County, State of New
York. " '
(7) The names and addresses :ofthc iilftlal Directors, each ofwhom is of full age, arc
as fanows: :':":' .; .. ;'.:,:.':',,: , .
hddress
Chris Hughes 16 W. 10$ Street
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Michaol Slaby 807''Oavis Street ,
Apt. # 1309
Evanston, IL 6020 I
Ioel Cutler 20 University Road
Suite 450
Cambridge, MA02138
(8) The Secretary ofState oftbe State ofNew York is hereby designated as agent of the
Corporation upon whom process against tho'Col'poration may be served.
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Street, Apt..4F, New York rOOll. ,
(9). No part ofthc Incomo ofthc COq>Ol'8tloo shall inure to,the beaefit orllnY member,
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BY-LAWS
BY-LAWS
OF
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Adopted and effective as of February 10,2010.
ARTICLE I
Members
The corporation shall have no members.
ARTICLE II
Offices
1. Principal Office. The principal office of the corporation shall be in New York
County, State of New York.
2. Additional Offices. The corporation may also have offices at such other places
within or without the State of New York and the United States as the Board of Directors may
from t ~ m e to time determine or the business of the corporation may require.
ARTICLE III
Directors
1. Powers and Duties. The Board of Directors may exercise all of the powers of
the corporation and shall be responsible for establishing its policies and supervising the
direction and management of its affairs and property, except as otherwise provided by law, by
the Certificate of Incorporation or by these By-Laws. The Board of Directors may act on any
matter notwithstanding the existence of one or more vacancies in the Board.
2. Number' and Election. A Board of Directors of not less than three shall be
elected by the Board of Directors at any meeting held for such purpose. The Board of Directors
shall at such meeting determine the number of directors to be elected, but in the absence of a
determination, the number to be elected shall be the same as the number of directors then in
office. Subject to the minimum, the number of directors may be increased or decreased by the
Board of Directors at any meeting by vote of a majority of the directors then in office.
3. Term of Office. The initial directors shall be the persons named in the
Certificate of Incorporation and shall serve until the first annual meeting of the Board of
Directors. Except as otherwise provided by law, by the Certificate of Incorporation or by these
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By-Laws, each director shall serve for a term of three (3) years, and such terms shall be
staggered so that approximately one-third of the total number of directors shall be elected and
. serve until the third anniversary of their election, and in each case until their successors are
qualified and elected. At the first meeting of the Board of Directors after adoption of this By
Law, the total number of directors elected shall be divided into three (3) classes (as determined
by the Board of Directors), with approximately one-third of the total number of directors
elected to be put in each class (as detennined by the Board of Directors). The tenns of the
directors in the first class shall expire at the first succeeding annual meeting of the Board of
Directors, the terms of the directors in the second class shall expire at the second succeeding
meeting of the Board of Directors and the directors in the third class shall expire at the third
succeeding annual meeting of the Board of Directors. After the initial classification, directors
elected to replace those whose tenns expire at each such annual meeting shall be elected or
appointed at such meeting to hold office for a full term in accordance with such classification.
4. Resignation. Any director may resign by delivering his written resignation to
the corporation at its principal office or to the President or Secretary in person, by mail or by
electronic mail. Such resignation shall be effective upon receipt unless it is specified to be
effective at some other time or upon the happening of some other event. The acceptance of a
resignation by the Board of Directors shall not be necessary to make it effective, but no
resignation shall discharge any accrued obligation or duty of a director.
5. Removal. A director may be removed from office for cause by vote of a
majority of the directors then in office at a regular meeting or special meeting of the Board
called for that purpose. A director may be removed for cause only after reasonable notice and
opportunity to be heard before the body proposing to remove him or her. Missing three
consecutive meetings of the Board of Directors unless a majority of the directors has excused
such director from attendance due to extreme circumstance(s) may constitute cause.
6. Vacancies and Newly Created Directorships. Any vacancy in the Board of
Directors, however occurring, including a vacancy resulting from the enlargement of the Board
of Directors, may be filled at any meeting of the Board of Directors by a majority of the
directors then in office, regardless of their number. A director elected on account of a vacancy
resulting from the resignation or removal of a director shall serve for the balance of such term.
In lieu of filling any such. vacancy, the Board of Directors may reduce the number of directors;
provided, however, that the number of directors constituting the Board of Directors shall at all
times comply with Section 2 of this Article I.
7. Meetings. Meetings of the Board may be held at any place within or without the
State of New York as the Board may from time to time fix. The annual meeting of the Board of
Directors shall be held in March of each year or at a date, time and place fixed by the Board.
The date, time and place of the annual meeting shall be announced by the Board of Directors at
the previous annual meeting or at any regular meeting or special meeting, whether or not called
for that purpose. Other regular meetings of the Board shall be held at regular intervals as fixed
by the Board. Special meetings of the directors may be called, orally or in writing, by the
President, by the Chief Executive Officer, by the Treasurer or by two or more directors, in each
case designating the time, date and place thereof.
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8. Notice of Meetings. Regular meetings of the directors may be held without
notice at such time, date and place as the directors may from time to time determine; provided;
however, that any director who is absent when such determination is made shall be given notice
of the determination. Notice of the time, date and place of the annual meeting, each regular
meeting not fixed by the Board and all special meetings of the directors shall be given to each
director by the Executive Director, by the Secretary, or in case of the death, absence, incapacity
or refusal of the Secretary, by the officer or one of the directors calling the meeting. Notice
shall be given to each director by delivery of such notice in person or by telephone at least
twenty-four hours in advance of the meeting, by written notice mailed or faxed to his or her
business or home address at least forty-eight hours in advance of the meeting, or by the means
and within the time period as adopted by the Board of Directors in their discretion. Notice need
not be given to any director if a written waiver of notice, executed by such director before or
after the meeting, is filed with the records of the meeting, or to any director who attends the
meeting without protesting prior thereto or at its commencement the lack of notice. A notice or
waiver of notice of a meeting of the directors need not specify the purposes of the meeting.
9. Quorum. At any meeting of the directors, a majority of the directors then in
office shall constitute a quorum. Directors constituting less than a quorum may adjourn any
meeting from time to time and the meeting may be held as adjourned without further notice.
10. Action at Meeting. At any meeting of the directors at which a quorum is
present, a majority of the directors present may take any action on behalf of the directors,
unless a larger number is required by law, by the Certificate of Incorporation or by these By
Laws,
I 1. Action by Consent. Any action required or permitted to be taken at any meeting
of the Board of Directors may be taken without a meeting if all members of the Board of
Directors consent thereto in writing or by electronic transmission, and the writing or writings or
electronic transmission or transmissions are filed with the records of the meetings of the Board
of Directors. Such filing shall be in paper form if the minutes are maintained in paper form and
shall be in electronic form if the minutes are maintained in electronic form.
12. Committees. The Board of Directors, by resolution adopted by a majority of the
directors then in office, may elect from its members an Executive Committee or other
committees, each consisting of three (3) or more directors, and may delegate thereto some or all
of its powers except those which by law, by the Certificate of or by these By
Laws may not be delegated. Except as the directors may otherwise determine, any such
committee may make rules for the conduct of its business, but Wlless otherwise provided in
such rules, its business shall be conducted so far as possible in the same manner as is provided
by these By-Laws for the directors. All members of such committees shall hold such offices at
the pleasure of the directors, and the directors may abolish any such committee at any time.
Any committee to which the Board of Directors delegates any of its powers or duties shall keep
records of its meetings and shall report its action to the directors.
13. Participation by Conference Telephone. Members of the Board of Directors or
any committee thereof may participate in a meeting of the board or of a committee by means of
a conference telephone or similar communications equipment which permits all persons
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participating in the meeting to hear each other at the same time, and participation by such
means shall constitute presence in person at such meeting.
14. No Compensation. No compensation of any kind shall be paid to any director
for the performance of his or her duties as a director. Subject to the corporation's conflicts o'f
interest policy, as in effect from time to time, provided that there is full disclosure of the terms
of such compensation and the arrangement has been approved by the Board, this shall not in
any way limit reimbursement of or payment (i) for expenses incurred by a director in
connection with hislher service to the corporation, (ii) for services provided to the corporation
by the director in any capacity separate from his or her responsibilities as a director, or (iii) by
any organization with which the director is affiliated.
ARTICLE IV
Officers
1. Enumeration. The officers of the corporation may consist of a President, one or
more Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, and a Treasurer or such other o f f i c ~ r s as the Board of
Directors may detennine. The President shall be a member of the Board of Directors. The
other officers may, but need not, be members of the Board of Directors. In addition, the Board
of Directors may employ an Executive Director and may designate such person as the Chief
Executive Officer of the corporation, in which case, such Chief Executive Officer shall be a
member of the Board of Directors.
2. Election. All officers shall be elected annually by the directors at any meeting of
the directors where the Executive Director is present held for such purpose. Other officers may
be chosen by a majority of the directors at such meeting or at any other meeting.
3. Qualification. Any two or more offices may be held by any person, except the
offices of President and Secretary. Any officer may be required by the directors to give bond
for the faithful performance of his or her duties in such amount and with such sureties as the
directors may determine. No instrument required to be signed by more than one officer may be
signed by one person in more than one capacity.
4. Tenure. Except as otherwise provided by law, by the Certificate of
Incorporation or by these By-Laws, all officers shall hold office for a one year term following
their election at any meeting of the directors held for such purpose, and in each case until their
respective successors are qualified and elected.
5. Resignation. Any officer may resign by delivering his or her written resignation
to the corporation at its principal office or to the President or Secretary in person or by mail or
electronic mail, and such resignation shall be effective upon receipt unless it is specified to be
effective at some other time or upon the happening of some other event. The acceptance of a
resignation by the Board of Directors shall not be necessary to make it effective, but no
resignation shall discharge any accrued obligation or duty of an officer.
6. Removal. The directors may remove any officer with or without cause by a vote
of no less than two-thirds of the directors then in office; provided, however, that an officer may
be removed for cause only after reasonable notice and opportunity to be heard by the directors.
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7. Vacancies. Any vacancy in any office may be filled for the unexpired portion of
such tenn by the directors.
8. Executive Director. If the Board of Directors employs an Executive Director
and appoints such person as the chief executive officer of the corporation, subject to the
directions of the Board of Directors, such person shall have general charge and control of the
affairs of the corporation, including, but not limited to, the selection and employment of the
corporation's staff. The Executive Director shall serve at the pleasure of the Board of
Directors. In the event of a vacancy in the office of Executive Director, the President or
another member of the staff designated by the Board of Directors shall serve as chief executive
officer of the corporation.
9. President and Vice President. The President shall preside when present at all
meetings of the members and the Board of Directors, and he or she shall be an ex officio
member of all committees. The President shall be responsible for general supervision of the
affairs of the corporation, subject to the directions of the Board of Directors, and he or she shall
have such other powers and perform such other duties as the Board of Directors from time to
time may designate. Any Vice President shall have such powers and shall perfonn such duties
as the Board of Directors may from time to time designate. If a Vice President is appointed,
unles$ the Board of Directors otherwise determines, he or she shall have the powers and
responsibilities of the President in the absence or incapacity of the latter.
10. Treasurer. The Treasurer shall be responsible for general supervision of the
financial affairs of the corporation, subject to the directions of the Board of Directors, including
supervision of the financial duties of the Executive Director. The Treasurer shall be responsible
for custody of the funds, securities and valuable papers of the corporation and shall cause it to
keep accurate books of account. The Treasurer shall cause the preparation of an annual budget
for presentation to the Board of Directors and such interim budgets as are needed and he or she
shall perform such other duties and have such other powers as the Board of Directors may from
time to time designate.
11. Secretarv. The Secretary shall keep a record of the meetings of the Board of
Directors. He or she shall perfonn all duties incident to the office of the Secretary, subject to
the control of the Board of Directors, and shall perform such other duties as shall from time to
time be assigned by the Board of Directors. In the absence of the Secretary from any such
meeting, a Temporary Secretary designated by the persons presiding at the meeting shall
perfonn the duties of the Secretary.
12. Additional Officers. In addition to the officers required by these By-Laws, the
Board of Directors may appoint from time to time one or more other officers and agents of the
corporation, who need not be members of the Board of Directors, and who shall have such
titles, powers and duties as shall be prescribed by the Board of Directors.
13. Employees and Agents. The Board of Directors may from time to time appoint
such employees and other agents as it shall deem necessary, each of whom shall hold office at
the pleasure of the Board of Directors, and shall have such authority and perform such duties
and shall receive such reasonable compensation, if any, as the Board of Directors may from time
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to time detennine. To the fullest extent allowed by law, the Board of Directors may delegate to
any employee or agent any powers possessed by the Board of Directors and may prescribe their
respective title, terms of office, authorities and duties.
14. Compensation. Any officer who is an employee or agent of the corporation,
including the Executive Director, is authorized to receive a reasonable salary or other
reasonable compensation for services rendered to the corporation as an employee or agent when
authorized by a majority of the Board of Directors (excluding any interested directors), and
only when so authorized. Compensation shall be set at a reasonable rate for the services
rendered by reference to comparable persons in comparable organizations. The vote of the
disinterested directors regarding compensation shall be documented in the minutes of any
meeting where such compensation is determined.
ARTICLE V
Board of Advisors
1. Powers. The Board of Directors may appoint from time to time any number of
persons or group of persons as advisors, sponsors, benefactors, contributors, participants or
friends of the corporation, or such other title as the directors may determine, to act either singly
or as a committee of committees. Each advisor shall hold office during the pleasure of the
Board of Directors and shall have only the authority or obligations as the Board of Directors
may from time to time determine. Unless the Board of Directors otherwise determines, such
persons shall serve in an honorary capacity and shall have no fights and responsibilities with
respect to the corporation, including without limitation any right to notice of, or to vote at, any
meeting of the members or directors.
2. No Compensation. No person serving pursuant to Section 1 of this Article shall
receive, directly or indirectly, any salary or compensation for any service rendered to the
corporation in such capacity, except that the Board of Directors may authorize reimbursement
of expenditures reasonably incurred on behalf of activities for the benefit of the corporation.
This provision shall not in any way limit reimbursement of or payment for services provided to
the corporation by such person in any capacity separate from his or her responsibilities pursuant
to this Article.
ARTICLE VI
Indemnification
1. Definitions. For purposes of this Article:
(a) A "Director" or "Officer" means any person serving as a director of the
corporation or in any other office filled by appointment or election by the directors and also
includes (i) a Director or Officer of the corporation serving at its request as a director, officer,
employee, or other agent of another organization, and (ii) any person who formerly served as a
Director or Officer;
(b) "Expenses" means (i) all expenses (including attorneys' fees and
disbursements) actually and reasonably incurred in defense of a Proceeding, in being a witness
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in a Proceeding, or in successfully seeking indemnification under this Article, (ii) such
expenses incurred in connection with a Proceeding initiated by a Director or Officer as may be
approved by the Board of Directors, and (iii) any judgments, awards, fines or penalties paid by
a Director or Officer in connection with a Proceeding or reasonable amounts paid in settlement
of a Proceeding; and
(c) A "Proceeding" means any threatened, pending or completed action, suit,
or proceeding, whether civil, criminal, administrative or investigative, and any claim which
could be the subject of a Proceeding.
2. Right to Indemnification. Except as limited by law or by Sections 721-22 of
Chapter 35 of the Consolidated Laws of New York and to the extent that the corporation's
exemption from federal taxation is not adversely affected thereby, the corporation shall
indemnify its Directors and Officers against all Expenses incurred by them, including attorneys'
fees, in connection with any Proceeding in which they are involved as a result of their service
as a Director or Officer, except that (i) no indemnification shall be provided for any Director or
Officer regarding a matter as to which it shall be determined pursuant to Section 5 of this
Article or adjudicated by a decision-making body having jurisdiction that he or she did not act
in good faith and in the reasonable belief that his or her action was in the best interests of the
corporation, or with respect to a criminal matter, that he or she had reasonable cause to believe
that his or her conduct was unlawful, and (ii) no indemnification shall be provided for any
Director or Officer with respect to any Proceeding by or in the right of the corporation or
alleging that a Director or Officer received an improper personal benefit if he or she is adjudged
liable to the corporation in such Proceeding or, in the absence of such an adjudication, if he or
she is detennined to be ineligible for indemnification under the circumstances pursuant to
Section 5 of this Article.
3. Settled Proceedings. If a Proceeding is compromised or settled in a manner
which imposes any liability or obligation upon a Director or Officer, no indemnification shall
be provided to him or her with respect to such Proceeding if it is determined pursuant to Section
5 of this Article on the basis of the circumstances known at that time (without further
investigation) that said Director or Officer is ineligible for indemnification.
4. Advance Payments. Except as limited by law, Expenses incurred by a Director
or Officer in defending any Proceeding may be paid by the corporation to said Director or
Officer in advance of final disposition of the Proceeding upon receipt of his or her written
undertaking to repay such amount if he or she is determined pursuant to Section 5 of this
Article or adjudicated by a decision-making body having jurisdiction to be ineligible for
indemnification, which undertaking shall be an unlimited general obligation but need not be
secured and may be accepted without regard to the financial ability of such person to make
repayment; provided, however, that no such advance payment of Expenses shall be made if it is
determined pursuant to Section 5 of this Article on the basis of the circumstances known at that
time (without further investigation) that said Director or Officer is ineligible for
indemni fication.
5. Detenninations; Payments. The determination of whether a Director or Officer
is eligible or ineligible for indemnification under this Article and the amount of indemnification
to be paid shall be made in each instance by (a) a majority of the directors or a committee
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thereof who are not parties to the Proceeding in question, or (b) independent legal counsel
appointed by a majority of such directors, or if there are none, by a majority of the directors in
office. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a court having jurisdiction (which need not be the court
in which the Proceeding in question was brought) may grant or deny indemnification in each
instance under the provisions of law and this Article.
6. Insurance. The corporation shall have power to purchase and maintain insurance
against any obligation which it incurs as a result of its indemnification of any agent, employee,
director or officer, or to indemnify such persons against any liability or cost incurred by him or
her in his or her capacity as an agent, employee, director or officer, as applicable, or arising out
of his or her status as such.
7. Responsibility With Respect to Employee Benefit Plan. If the corporation or
any of its Directors or Officers sponsors or undertakes any responsibility as a fiduciary with
respect to an employee benefit plan of the corporation, then for purposes of indemnification of
such persons under this Article (i) a "Director" or "Officer" shall be deemed to include any
Director or Officer of the corporation who serves at its request in any capacity with respect to
said plan, (ii) such Director or Officer shall not be deemed to have failed to act in good faith in
the reasonable belief that his or her action was in the best interests of the corporation if he or
she acted in good faith in the reasonable belief that his or her action was in the best interests of
the participants or beneficiaries of said plan, and (iii) "Expenses" shall be deemed to include
any taxes or penalties imposed on such Director or Officer with respect to said plan under
applicable law.
8. Heirs and Personal Representatives. The indemnification provided by this
Article shall inure to the benefit of the heirs and personal representatives of a Director or
Officer.
9. Non-Exclusivity. The provisions of this Article shall not be construed to limit
the power of the corporation to indemnify its Directors or Officers to the full extent permitted
by law or to enter into specific agreements, commitments or arrangements for indemnification
permitted by law. In addition, the corporation shall have power to indemnify any of its agents
or employees who are not Directors or Officers on any terms not prohibited by law which it
deems to be appropriate. The absence of any express provision for indemnification herein shall
not limit any right of indemnification existing independently of this Article.
10. Amendment. The provisions of this Article may be amended or repealed by the
Board of Directors; provided, however, no amendment or repeal of such provisions which
adversely affects the rights of a Director or Officer under this Article with respect to his or her
acts or omissions at any time prior to such amendment or repeal shall apply to him or her
without his or her consent.
ARTICLE VII
Miscellaneous Provisions
1. Fiscal Year. The fiscal year of the corporation shall end on December 31 of
each year.
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2. Execution of Instruments. All deeds, leases, transfers, contracts, bonds, notes
and other obligations to be entered into by the corporation in the ordinary course of its business
without director action, may be executed on behalf of the corporation by the President or the
Treasurer with the consent of the President or the Executive Director with the consent of the
President.
3. Voting of Securities. Unless otherwise provided by the directors, the President,
Treasurer or Executive Director may waive notice of and act on behalf of the corporation, or
appoint another person or persons to act as proxy or attorney in fact for this corporation with or
without discretionary power and/or power of substitution, at any meeting of shareholders of any
other corporation or organization whose securities are held by the corporation.
4. Non-Discrimination. In all of its dealings, neither the corporation nor its duly
authorized agents shall discriminate against any individual or group for reasons of race, color,
creed, sex, age, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, sexual preference, mental or physical
disability or any category protected by law.
5. Resident Agent. The directors may appoint a resident agent upon whom legal
process may be served in any action or proceeding against the corporation. Said resident agent
shall be an individual who is a resident of or has a business address in New York, or a
corporation organized under the laws of New York, or a corporation organized under the laws
of any other state of the United States that has qualified to do business in, and has an office in,
New York.
6. Corporate Records. The original, or attested copies, of the Certificate of
Incorporation, By-Laws and records of all meetings of the incorporators shall be kept in New
York at the principal office of the corporation, or at an office of its Secretary or resident agent.
Said copies and records need not all be kept in the same office. They shall be available at all
reasonable times for the inspection of any director for any proper purpose.
7. Certificate of Incorporation. All references in these By-Laws to the Certificate
of Incorporation shall be deemed to refer to the Certificate of Incorporation of the corporation,
as amended and in effect from time to time.
8. Amendments. The power to make, amend or repeal these By-Laws shall be in
the Board of Directors; provided, however, that the directors may nonetheless make, amend or
repeal the By- Laws (other than the provisions of Article VI or of this Section 8 of Article VIII)
in whole or in part.
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EXHIBIT C
TO VERIFIED PETITION
ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT
EXECUTION VERSION
ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT
This Asset Purchase Agreement (this "Agreement") is entered into as of August J6, 20 I J, by and
between GOOD Worldwide, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("Purchaser"), and Jumo
Jntemational, Inc., a New York not for protit corporation ("Seller").
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT
The parties hereto desire that Seller sell, assign, transfer and convey to Purchaser, and that Purchaser
purchase from Seller, the Assets (as defined below) in exchange for the consideration set forth herein, all
according to the tenns and subject to the conditions set forth in this Agreement (the 'Transaction").
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the representations, warranties and covenants herein
contained and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby
acknowledged, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows. Capitalized tenns shall have the meanings
ascribed to them in this Agreement or in Article XI hereof.
ARTICLE I
PURCHASE AND SALE OF ASSETS
1.1 Purchase and Sale of Asscts. Upon the tcrms and subject to the conditions set forth in
this Agreement effective as of the Closing Date (defined below), Seller agrees to sell, assign, transfer,
convey and deliver to Purchaser, and Purchaser agrees to purchase from Seller, the Assets, as detined
below.
1.2 Assets. As lIsed in this Agreement, the term "Assets" means, collcctively:
(a) a I-year exclusive license to use Jumo's trademarks, copyrights, and brand likeness
and the goodwill of the business associated therewith;
(b) a minimum of 10 registered users communications;
(c) a secure API endpoint for the retricval of the Jumo profile and social graph
information based on an email address; and
(d) facilitation of Purchaser's recruitment of Seller employees.
1.3 Excluded Assets. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, it is hereby expressly
acknowledged and agreed that the Assets shall not include, and Seller is not selling, conveying, assigning,
transferring or delivcring to Purchaser, and Purchaser is not purchasing, acquiring or accepting from
Seller, any of the rights, properties or assets set forth or described in paragraphs (a) through (d):
(a) all rights, claims or causes of action of Seller arising under this Agreement and the
Ancillary Agreements;
(b) all Seller credit cards, Jines of credit, or similar agreements for the extension of
credit;
(c) Seller's cash on hand, bank accounts, cash equivalents, and accounts receivable;
and
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(d) any rights of Seller under any agreements, contracts, licenses, or leases of real or
personal property.
1.4 Assumption of Liabilities. Purchaser will assume no debts, indentures, liens,
encumbrances, taxes, or any other liabilities of any kind of Seller, either associated with the Assets or
otherwise, other than pursuant to Purchaser's use of the Assets.
1.5 Purchase Consideration. The aggregate consideration for the Assets due at the Closing
shall be $62,221 minus the Escrow Cash (the "Cash Consideration"). The Escrow Cash shall constitute
security for certain obligations of Seller pursuant to this Agreement, and shall be held in and distributed
in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the Escrow Agreement. Subject to the
satisfaction or waiver of all of the conditions set forth herein, on the Closing Date, promptly following the
Closing, Purchaser shall pay to Seller the Cash Consideration.
ARTICLE II
THE CLOSING
The consummation of the Transaction will take place at a closing to be held at the officcs of the
Purchascr (the "Closing") within five (5) business days after satisfaction of all conditions (other than the
respective delivery obligations of the partics) hereto have been satisfied or waived (which ever is later), or
at such other time or date as may be agreed to by the parties to this Agreement (the "Closing Date").
ARTICLE III
REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF SELLER
Except as is otherwise set forth in the Seller's Schedule of Exceptions delivered by Seller to
Purchaser and dated as of the date of this Agreement, Seller represents and warrants that the statements
contained in this Article "' are true and correct as of the date hereof.
3.1 Organization. Seller is a corporation duly organized, in good standing and validly
existing under the laws of the state of New York and has full power and authority to carry on its business
as now conducted.
3.2 Authorization. This Agreement and the Escrow Agreement (in the form attached hereto
as Exhibit A), Licensing Agreement (in the form attached hereto as Exhibit B) and Bill of Sale (in the
form attachcd hereto as Exhibit C) (such other agreements being referred to hereafter as the "Ancillary
Agreements") to which Seller is or will be a party have bcen, or upon their execution and delivery
hereunder will have been, duly and validly executed and delivered by Seller and constitute. or will
constitute, valid and binding agreements of Seller enforceable against Seller. Sellcr has all requisite
power and authority to execute and deliver this Agrecmcnt and. at the time of the Closing, will have all
requisite power and authority to carry out the transactions contemplated in this Agrt"ement and the
Ancillary Agreements to which it is or will be a party.
3.3 No Confiicts; Consents. The execution and the delivery by Seller of this Agreement and
the Ancillary Agreements to which Seller is or will be a party, do not, and the consummation of the
transactions contemplated herein and therein and compliance with the provisions hereof and thereof will
not (a) contliet with, result in a breach of, constitute a default (with or without notice or lapse of time, or
both) under or violation of, or result in the creation of any lien pursuant to (i) any provision of the
certificate of incorporation or bylaws of Seller, or (ii) any judgment, order, decree, statute, law, ordinance,
rule or regulation applicable to Seller or any of the Assets, (b) require on the part of Seller any filing with,
or any permit, authorization, consent or approval of, any Governmental Authority, (c) result in the
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imposition of any Encumbrance upon any of the Assets, (d) violate any order, writ. injunction, or decree
applicable to Sdler or any of the Assets. or (e) violate any statute, rule or regulation applicable to the
Seller or any of the Assets.
3.4 Litigation. There are no claims, actions, suits, proceedings, or investigations. pending
before any Governmental Authority, or to Seller's Knowledgc, threatened, against Seller, in each case
relating to the Assets, which questions or challenges the validity of this Agreement or any of the
Ancillary Agreements to which Seller is or will be a party.
ARTICLE IV
REPRESl4:NTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF PURCHASER
Purchaser reprcsents and warrants that the statements contained in this Article IV are true and
correct as of the date hereof:
4.1 Organization and Good Standing. The Purchaser is a limited liability company duly
organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the State of California.
4.2 Authority. The Purchaser has full power and authority to execute and deliver this
Agreement and the instruments of transfer and other documents delivered or to be delivered pursuant
hereto, to pcrform all the tenns and conditions hereof and thereof to be performed by it, and to
consummate the transactions contemplated hereby and thereby. This Agreement and all instruments of
transfer and other documents delivered or to be delivered by the Purchaser in connection with this
Agreement have been duly authorized and approved by all necessary and proper organization action of
the Purchaser. This Agreement and all instruments of transfer and other documents delivered or to be
delivered by the Purchaser in connection with this Agreement constitute. and will constitute, the valid
and binding obligations of the Purchaser enforceable against the Purchaser in accordance with their
respective terms.
4.3 No Violation. Neither the execution and delivery by the Purchaser of this Agreement
or the instruments of transfer and other documents delivered or to be delivered pursuant hereto by the
Purchaser and the performance by the Purchaser hereunder or thereunder, nor the consummation of the
transactions contemplated hereby or thereby, will violate, conflict with, result in the breach of, or
accelerate the perfonnance required by any of the terms, conditions or provisions of the Articles of
Organization or Operating Agreement of the Purchaser or any covenant, agreement or understanding to
which the Purchaser is a party or any order, ruling, decree, judgment, arbitration award or stipulation to
which the Purchascr is subject, or constitute a default thereunder.
ARTICLl4: V
PRE-CLOSING COVENANTS OF SELLER
5.1 Conduct of Business. During the period on and from the date of this Agreement through
and including the Closing Date. Seller will conduct the business as it relates to the Assets in the ordinary
course consistent with past practices and usc commercially reasonable efforts to protect and preserve the
Assets. Specifically, during the period on and from the date of this Agreement through and including the
Closing Date, Seller will not, without the prior written consent of Purchaser:
(a) lllor1gage, pledge, subject to a lien, or grant a security interest ill, or otherwise
encumber, any of the Assets;
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(b) sell, dispose of, or license any of the Assets to any Person;
(c) alter the salary of any employee, not including payments made relating to
tennination of employment or severance payments;
(d) fail to pay and discharge any trade payable relating to the Assets in accordance
with Seller's customary business practices as of the <.late of the execution hereof; or
(e) incur, with respect to the Assets, any Liabilities not in the ordinary course of
business.
5.2 No Other Negotiations. Until the earliest of (i) sixty days from the date hereof, (ii) such
earlier date as Purchaser and Seller may mutually agree to terminate this Agreement and (iii) the date on
which the Attorney General of the State of New York or a court of competent jurisdiction rejects approval
of the Transaction (the "Terminallon Dale"), Seller will not (and it will use its commercially reasonable
efforts to ensure that its officers, directors, employees, agents and affiliates do not on its behalf) take any
action to solicit, initiate, seek or intentionally encourage any inquiry, proposal or offer from, furnish any
confidential information to, or participate in any negotiations with, any corporation, partnership, person or
other entity or group (other than discussions with Purchaser) regarding the acquisition of the Assets.
Seller will immediately notify Purchaser regarding any contact by any third party regarding any offer,
proposal or inquiry regarding any such acquisition of the Assets. In no event will Seller accept or enter
into an agreement concerning any such third party transaction prior to the Termination Date.
ARTICLE VI
PRE-CLOSING COVENANTS
6.1 Satisfaction of Conditions Precedent. Each party to this Agreement will use its
commercially reasonable efforts to satisfy or cause to be satisfied all the conditions precedent to the
Closing hereunder, and to cause the transactions contemplated herein to be consummated, and, without
limiting the generality of the foregoing, to obtain all consents and authorizations of third parties and to
make all filings with, and give all notices to, third parties which may be necessary or reasonably required
on its part to effect the transactions contemplated herein.
6.2 Cooperation. Prior to the Closing, each party to this Agreement agrees to cooperate fully
with the other party and to execute such further instruments, documents and agreements, and to give such
further written assurances, as may be reasonably requested by any other party to better evidence and
relleet the transactions described herein and in the Ancillary Agreements and to carry into eITectthe intent
and purposes of this Agreement.
6.3 Employees. Seller shall be solely liable tor and obligated to pay any and all Liabilities
with respect to Seller's termination of employment of any of its employees on or before the Closing Date.
The parties hereby acknowledge that Purchaser is not under any obligation to offer employment to any
current or future employee of Seller.
6.4 Conlidentialitv and Publicity. The parties have previously executed a mutual non
disclosure agreement (the "Non-Disclosure Agreemen1"), dated July 23, 20 II, which Non-Disclosure
Agreement is hereby incorporated by reference and shall continue in full force and effect in accordance
with its terms. Unless otherwise permitted by this Agreement, Seller and Purchaser shall consult with
each other before issuing any press release or olherwise making any public statement or making any other
public (non-confidential) disclosure (whether or not in response to an inquiry other than by a
Governmental Authority) regarding the tenns of this Agreement and the transactions contemplated
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hereby. and neither shall issue any such press release or make any such statement or disclosure without
the prior approval of the other (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld); provided, however,
that Purchaser and Seller have the right to disclose the Transaction to third parties as may be necessary in
order to obtain any necessary third party consents or permissions to take any other actions necessary to
consummate the Transaction.
ARTICLE VII
CONDITIONS TO CLOSING
7.1 Conditions to Obligations of Seller. The obligations of Seller to effect the transactions to
be performed by it at the Closing are, at the option of Seller, subject to the satis faction at or prior to the
Closing of the following additional conditions:
(a) Representations and Warranties. All of the representations and warranties of
Purchaser set forth herein shall be true and correct in all material respects on and as of the Closing Date
with the same force and effect as if such representations and warranties had been made at the Closing.
(b) Performance. All of the terms, covenants and conditions of this Agreement to be
complied with and performed by Purchaser at or prior to the Closing shall have been duly complied with
and performed in all material respects.
(c) Ancillary Agreements. Purchaser shall have executed and delivered to Seller
each of the Ancillary Agreements to which it is a party.
(d) Certain Regulatory Approvals. Seller shall have obtained approval of (i) the
transactions contemplated by this Agreement and (ii) the sale of the Assets to Purchaser from the office of
the Attorney General of the State of New York and/or any applicable court as required in accordance with
51O-511 of the New York Not-For-Profit Corporation Law.
(e) Purchaser's Closing Deliverables. Purchaser will deliver to Seller such other
certitlcates, instruments and documents of Purchaser as may be reasonably requested by Seller that are
necessary, appropriate or desirable for the consummation of the Transaction.
7.2 Conditions to Obligations of Purchaser. The obligations of Purchaser to effect the
transactions to be performed by it at the Closing are, at the option of Purchaser, subject to the satisfaction
at or prior to the Closing of the following additional conditions:
(a) Representations and Warranties. All the representations and warranties of Seller
set forth herein shall be true and correct in all material respects on and as of the Closing Date with the
same force and effect as if such representations and warranties had been made at the Closing.
(b) Performance. All of the terms, covenants and conditions or this Agreement to be
complied with and performed by Seller at or prior to the Closing shall have been duly complied with and
performed in all material respects.
(c) Seller's Closing Deliverables. In addition to any items listed above, at the
Closing, Seller will deliver to Purchaser the following items:
(i) the Bill of Sale and the Licensing Agreement in the forms attached
hereto;
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(ii) a copy of the severance agreement delivered to each employee who does
not receive an offer letter from Purchaser, including any such agreements executed by such e m p l o y e e s ~
(iii)each of the other Ancillary Agreements to which it is a party; and
(iv) such other certificates, instruments and documents of Seller as may be
reasonably requested by Purchaser that are necessary, appropriate or desirable for the consummation of
the Transaction.
ARTICLE VIII
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Any and all remedy of either party for damages, losses or costs arising out of any material breach
of any representation, warranty or covenant by the other party, and each party's aggregate liability for any
reason and upon any cause of action whatsoever pursuant to this Agreement, shall not exceed an amount
equal to the sum of Cash Consideration and the Escrow Cash. No claim arising out of this Agreement
may be brought by either party after the earlier of: twelve (12) months after the Closing Date or Seller's
legal dissolution.
ARTICLE IX
ESCROW AGREEMENT
The Escrow Cash shall be deposited with U.S. Bank National Association as escrow agent (the
"Escrow Agent"), such deposit, together with any interest that may be earned thereon. to constitute the
escrow fund (the "Escrow Fund") and to be governed by the provisions set forth in the Escrow
Agreement.
ARTICLE X
TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT; SURVIVAL
10.1 Termination. This Agreement may be terminated prior to the Closing:
(a) By mutual written consent of the parties;
(b) By either Purchaser or Seller if the Closing shall not have occurred by the
Termination Date;
(c) By Purchaser immediately upon the occurrence of any of the following events: (i)
any voluntary or involuntary transfer of any of the Assets or any interest therein (except a transfer to
Purchaser); (ii) upon the execution by Seller of an assignment for the benefit of creditors or the
appointment of a receiver. custodian, trustee or similar party to take possession of Purchaser's assets or
property; or (iii) any action by a third party to foreclose on any outstanding Iiens of the Seller.
10.2 Effect of Termination. In the cvcnt of the tennination of this Agreement as provided in
Section 10.1, this Agreement shall be of no further force or etlcct.
10.3 Survival of Representations and Warranties. All representations and warranties
contained in this Agreement shall survive the Closing until the earlier of the datc that is 12 months
following the Closing Date or the date that Seller is legally dissolved.
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ARTICLE XI
DEFINITIONS
As used in this Agreement, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth or referenced
below:
I t.1 "Escrow Cas"" means an amount of cash equal to $33,021.
I 1.2 "Governmental Authority" shall mean any court, or any federal, state, municipal,
provincial or other governmental authority. commission, board, service, agency, political
subdivision or other instrumentality.
11.3 "Knowledge" or "Know" or "Known" shall mean, with respect to Seller, the current
actual knowledge, after reasonable inquiry, of the following orficer of Seller: Chris Hughes.
I 1.4 "Liahility" or "Liahilities" shall mean any direct liability, indebtedness, obligation,
guarantee or endorsement related to the Assets. whether known or unknown, whether accrued or
unaccrued, whether absolute or contingent, whether due or to become due, or whether liquidated or
un.liquidated.
I 1.5 "Person" shall mean an individual, a partnership, a corporation, a limited liability
company, an association, ajoint stock company, a trust, ajoint venture, an unincorporated organization or
a Governmental Authority.
ARTICLE XII
GENERAL
12. I Law Governing. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed under the laws of
the State of Delaware, without giving enect to any contrary contlict of laws provisions.
12.2 Assignment: Binding upon Successors and Assigns. None of the parties hereto may
assign any of its rights or obI igations hereunder without the prior written consent of the other pal1y, which
consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.
12.3 Severability. If any provision of this Agreement, or the application thereof, shall tor any
reason and to any extent be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement and the
application of such provision to other persons or circumstances shall be interpreted so as best to
reasonably effect the intent of the parties hereto. The parties further agree to replace such invalid or
unenforceable provision of this Agreement with a valid and enforceable provision which will achieve, to
the extent possible, the economic, business and other purposes of the invalid or unenforceable provision.
12.4 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, the exhibits and schedules hereto, the Ancillary
Agreements and the Non-Disclosure Agreement constitute the entire understanding and agreement of the
parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof and thereof and supersede all prior and
contemporaneous agreements or understandings, inducements or conditions, express or implied, wrilten
or oral, between the parties with respect hereto and thereto.
12.5 Counterparts; Facsimile. This Agreement may be executed in any number of
counterparts, each of which shall constitute an original and all of which together shall constitute one and
the same instrument. Execution and delivery of this Agreement by facsimile transmission or electronic
mail shall be deemed for all purposes to be due execution and delivery by the signing persons.
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12.6 Other Remedies. Except as otherwise provided herein, any and all remedies herein
expressly conferred upon a party shall be deemed cumulative with and not exclusive of any other remedy
conferred hereby or by law on such party, and the exercise of anyone remedy shall not preclude the
exercise of any other.
12.7 Amendment and Waivers. Any term or provision of this Agreement may be amended,
and the observance of any term of this Agreement may be waived (either generally or in a particular
instance and either retroactively or prospectively) only by a writing signed by the party to be bound
thereby. The waiver by a party of any breach hereof for default in payment of any amount due hereunder
or default in the performance hereof shall not be deemed to constitute a waiver of any other default or any
succeeding breach or default.
12.8 Notices. All notices and other communications hereunder will be in writing and will be
deemed given (a) upon receipt if delivered personally (or if mailed by registered or certified mail), (b) the
day aHer dispatch if sent by overnight courier, (c) upon dispatch if transmitted by facsimile transmission
(and continned by a copy delivered in accordance with clause (a) or (b)), properly addressed to the parties
at the following addresses:
If to Purchaser: GOOD Worldwide, LLC
Attention: Ben Goldhirsh
915 N Citrus Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Facsimile: 310-218-2142
If to Seller: Jumo International, Inc.
113 Spring Street, 3
rd
Fl.
New York, NY 10012
Attn: Chris Hughes
Any party may change its address for such communications by giving notice thereof to the other
party in conformity with this Section.
12.9 Construction and Interpretation of Agreement.
(a) The parties hereto and their respective attorneys have negotiated this Agreement,
and the language hereof shall not be construed for or against any party by reason of its having drafted
such language.
(b) The titles and headings herein are tor reference purposes only and shall not in
any manner limit the construction of this Agreement, which shall be considered as a whole.
(c) As used in this Agreement, any reference to any state of facts, event, change or
effect being "material" with respect to any entity means a state of facts that is material to the current
condition (financial or otherwise), properties, assets, liabilities, business or operations of such entity.
(d) Unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, (a) each definition in this
Agreement includes the singular and the plural; (b) each reference in this Agreement to any gender
includes the masculine, feminine and neuter where appropriate; (c) the words "include" and "including"
and variations thereof shall not be deemed terms of limitation, but rather shall be deemed to be followed
by the words "without limitation"; (d) the words "hereof," "herein," "hereto," "hereby," "hereunder" and
derivative or similar words refer to this Agreement as an entirety and not solely to any particular
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provision of this Agreement: and (e) each reference in this Agreement to a particular Article, Section.
Exhibit or Schedule means an Articlc or Section of, or an Exhibit or Schedule to. this Agreement, unless
another agreement is spcci lied.
12.10 No Joint Venture. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be deemed or construed as
creating a joint venture or partnership bctwcen any of the parties hereto. No party is by virtue of this
Agreement authorized as an agent, employee or legal represcntativc of any other party. No party shall
have the power to control the activities and operations of any other and their status is. and at all times,
will continue to be, that of independent contractors with respect to each other. No party shall have any
powcr or authority to bind or commit any other. No party shall hold itself out as having any authority or
relationship in contravention of this Section.
12.11 Absence of Third Party Beneficiary Rights. No provIsIons of this Agreement are
intended, nor shall be interpreted, to provide or create any third party beneficiary rights or any other rights
of any kind in any client, customer, affiliate, shareholder, partner, or employee of any party hereto or any
other person or entity unless specifically provided otherwise herein, and, except as so provided, all
provisions hereof shall be personal solely between the parties to this Agreement.
12.12 Fees and Expenses. All fees and expenses incurred in connection with this Agreement
and the transactions contemplated by this Agreement shall be paid by the party incurring such expenses,
whether or not the transm:tion is consummated.
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IN WIlNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of August l!t,"'"
20ll.
GOOD WORLDWIDE LLC, a Delaware limited JUMO INTERNATIONAL, Inc. a New York not for
liability company profit corporation
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~ --
By: _
By: ~
Narn/BiTsh Name: Chris Hughes
Its: CEO Its: Exccutivt: Director
IN WlTNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of August 1fI,
201 J.
GOOD WORLDWIDE LLC, a Delaware limited JUMO INTERNATIONAL, Ioc. a New York not for
liability company profit corporation
By:
Nome: Ben Goldhirsh
_
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Its: CEO Its: Executive Director
EXHIBIT A
ESCROW AGREEMENT
Sec attached.
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156.6
ESCROW AGREEMENT
This ESCROW AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made as of August [ ],201 I, by and among
U.S. Bank National Association ("Escrow Agent"), GOOD Worldwide, LLC, a Delaware limited liability
company ("Purchaser") and Jumo Internalional, Inc., a New York not for profit corporation (the
Company"). Terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the respective meanings ascribed to them in
the Asset Purchase Agreement (as defined below).
If the terms of lhis Agreement eonlliel in any way with the provisions of the Asset Purchase
Agreement, then the provisions of the Asset Purchase Agreement shall control. This Agreement shall
become effective as of the date hereof.
RECITALS
A. Purchaser and the Company have entered into that certain Asset Purchase Agreement
dated as of August [ ], 20 I J (the "Purchase Agreement"), a copy of which is attached hereto as Annex A.
B. Pursuant to Section 1.2(d) of the Purchase Agreement, the Purchaser and Company have
agreed that the Company will facilitate Purchaser's recruitment of certain of the Company's employees,
and that Purchaser will pay recruitment fees to the Company equal to tifty percent of a single month's
salary for each Company employee hired by the Purchaser ( t h ~ "Retained Employees"), conditioned upon
the Retained Employee's completion of three (3) months of employment at Purchaser.
C. In connection with the recruitment of the Retained Employees, Purchaser delivered to
such employees an offer of employment ("Employment Offer") within 10 business days following the
date of the Purchase Agreement offering employment starting within 3 weeks of the date of Employment
Offer (such start date the "Employment Date").
D. Pursuant to Section 1.5 and Section IX of the Purchase Agreement, $33,021 (the "Escrow
Cash") is to be delivered to and deposited with the Escrow Agent, such deposit to constitute and to be
held in an escrow fund (the "Escrow Fund") for and to be governed by the provisions set forth herein.
E. The parties hereto desire to set forth additional terms and wnditions relating to the
operation of the Escrow Fund.
NOW. THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and the covenants and agreements set forth
herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby
acknowledged, the pnrties hereto hereby agree as follows:
1. Escrow Fund.
(a) Pursuant to Section 1.5 and Section IX ofthc Purchase Agreement, Purchaser shall cause
the Escrow Cash to be deposited with the Escrow Agent as of the date hereof, which is the Closing Date
(as defined in the Purchase Agreement). With its deposit of the Escrow Cash, Purchaser shall deliver to
the Escrow Agent a certificate specifying the Employment Date in respect of each Retained Employee.
The Escrow Agent may assume without inquiry that all amounts deposited by Purchaser as Escrow Cash
pursuant to this Section I(a) have been correctly computed in accordance with the requirements of the
Purchase Agreement, that no additional Escrow Cash is required to be so delivered and that the Escrow
Agent is not required under the Purchase Agreement to hold in the Escrow Fund any additional amounts.
The Escrow Agent agrees to accept del ivery of the Escrow Cash and to hold such Escrow Cash in escrow
subject to the tenns and conditions of this Agreement and the Purchase Agreement.
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(b) The Escrow Cash shall be held and distributed by the Escrow Agent in accordance with
the provisions of this Agreement.
(c) No portion of the Escrow Cash or any beneficial interest therein may be pledged.
encumbered, sold. assigned or transferred (including any transfer by operation of law), by the Company
or be taken or reached by any legal or equitable process in satisfaction of any debt or other liability of the
Company, prior to the distribution to the Company of such Escrow Cash by the Escrow Agent in
accordance with this Agreement.
2. Escrow Period. The period during which claims for the Unused Recruiting Fees (as defined
below) may be made against the Escrow Fund shall commence as of the date hereof and tenninate at
II :59 p.m. EST 95 days following the latcst Employment Date of a Retained Employee (the "Escrow
Period").
3. Rights and Obligations ufthe Parties.
(a) The Escrow Agent shall be entitled to such rights and shall perform such duties as escrow
agent as set forth herein (the "Duties"), in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. Such Duties
shall include the following:
(i) safeguarding and treating the Escrow Fund as a trust fund in accordance with the
provisions of this Agreement and not as the property of Purchaser. and holding the Escrow Fund in a
separate account, apart from any other funds or accounts of the Escrow Agent or any other Person; and
(ii) holding and disposing of the Escrow Fund only in accordance with the provisions
of this Agreement. The Duties of the Escrow Agent with respect to the Escrow Fund may be altered,
amended, modified or revoked only by a writing signed by Purchaser, the Escrow Agent and the
Company.
(b) Purchaser and the Company shall be entitled to their respective rights and shall perform
their respective duties and obligations as set forth herein and in the Purchase Agreement, in accordance
with the provisions of this Agreement and the Purchase Agreement.
4. Claims Against the Escrow Fund.
(a) On or before the last day of the Escrow Period. Purchaser may deliver to the Escrow
Agent a certificate signed by any officer of Purchaser (an "Officer's Certiticate") listing the employees of
the Company Purchaser has not hired. any Retained Employees who have not completed three (3) months
of employment at Purchaser and the amount of the recruiting fees that should be refunded to Purchaser in
respect of such employees (the "Unused Recruiting Fees'"). as well as Purchaser's deposit account
instructions.
(b) At the time of delivery of any Officer's Certificate to the Escrow Agent pursuant to
Section 4(a), a duplicate copy of such Officer's Certificate shall be delivered to the Company by or on
behalf of Purchaser and. for a period of 3D days after such delivery to the Escrow Agent and the Company
of such Officer's Certificate, the Escrow Agent shall make no payment pursuant to this Section 4 unless
the Escrow Agent shall have received written authorization from the Company to make such payment.
Within 2 business days after (i) the expiration of such 3D-day period or (ii) receipt of written authorization
from the Company to make such payment, the Escrow Agent shall make payment of cash from the
Escrow Fund to Purchaser to the account designated in the Officer's Certificate in accordance with this
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Section 4; provided, however, that no such paymcnt may be made if and to the extent the Company has
objccted in a written statement to any claim or claims made in the Officer's Certificate, and such written
statement shall have been delivered to the Escrow Agent and to Purchaser prior to the expiration of such
30-day period.
(c) If the Company objects in writing to any claim or claims by Purchaser made in any
Officer's Certificate within such JO-day period, Purchaser and the Company shall attempt in good faith
for 45 days after Purchaser's receipt of such written objection to resolve such objection. If Purchaser and
the Company shall so agree, a memorandum setting forth such agreement shall be prepared and signed by
both parties and delivered to the Escrow Agent. The Escrow Agent shall be entitled to conclusively rely
on any such memorandum and the Escrow Agent shall, as applicable, distribute cash from the Escrow
Fund in accordance with the terms of such memorandum.
(d) If no such agreement can be reached during the 45-day period for good faith negotiation,
but in any event upon the expiration of such 45day period, either Purchaser or the Company may bring
suit in the courts of the State of Dclaware and the Federal courts of the United States of America located
within the State of Delaware to resolve the matter. The decision of the trial court as to the validity and
amollnt of any claim in such Officer's Certificate shall be nonappealable, binding and conclusive upon
the parties to this Agreement and the Escrow Agent shall be entitled to act in accordance with such
decision and the Escrow Agent shall distribute cash from the Escrow Fund in accordance therewith.
Judgment upon any award rendered by the trial court may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.
5. Distribution of Escrow Fund Upon Expiration of Escrow Period. Within 2 business days of the
expiration of the Escrow Period, any amounts in the Escrow Fund not subject to a Purchaser claim as
Unused Recruiting Fees shall be paid to the Company to the account designated on Schedule I. The
Escrow Agent need not monitor or inquire into the Company's tax treatment of funds distributed to them.
6. Investment of Escrow Cash. The Escrow Agent shall not invest the Escrow Cash in any
investment. The Escrow Agent shall hold the Escrow Cash in a non-interest bearing account for the
benefit of Purchaser and the Company.
7. Exculpatory Provisions.
(a) The Escrow Agent shall be obligated only for the performance of such Duties as are
specitically set forth herein and may rely and shall be protected in relying or refraining from acting on
any instrument reasonably believed to be genuine and to have been signed or presented by the proper
party or parties. The Escrow Agent shall not be liable for forgeries or false impersonations. The Escrow
Agent shall not be liable for any act done or omitted hereunder as escrow agent except for gross
negligence, willful misconduct or breach of this Agreement by the Escrow Agent. The Escrow Agent
shall in no case or event be liable tor any representations or warranties of the Company or Purchaser or
for punitive, incidental or consequential damages. Any act done or omitted pursuant to the advice or
opinion of counsel shall be conclusive evidence of the good faith of the Escrow Agent.
(b) In the event of a dispute between the parties hereto, the Escrow Agent is hereby expressly
authorized to disregard any and all notifications given by any of the parties hereto or by any other person,
and orders or process of courts of law to which Escrow Agent shall be entitled to conclusively rely and
shall distribute the Escrow Fund in accordance with the terms thereof, and is hereby cxprcssly authorized
to comply with and obey orders. judgments or decrees of any court. In case the Escrow Agent obeys or
complics with any such order, judgment or decree of any court, the escrow Agent shall not be liable to
any of the parties hereto or to any other person by reason of such compliance, notwithstanding any such
order, judgment, or decree being subsc<.lllcntly reversed, modified, annulled, set aside, vacated or found to
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have been entered without jurisdiction.
(c) In the event of any ambiguity or uncertainty hereunder or in any notice, instruction or
other communication received by the Escrow Agent hereunder, the Escrow Agent may, in its sole
discretion, refrain from taking any action other than retaining possession or the Escrow Fund, unless the
Escrow Agent receives written instructions, signed by Purchaser and the Company, which eliminates such
ambiguity or uncertainty.
(d) The Escrow Agent shall not be liable in any respect on account of the identity, authority
or rights of the parties executing or delivering or purporting to execute or deliver the Purchase
Agreement, this Agreement or any documents or papers deposited or called for thereunder or hereunder.
(e) The Escrow Agent shall not be liable for the outlawing of any rights under any statute of
limitations with respect to the Purchase Agreement, this Agreement or any documents deposited with the
Escrow Agent.
8. Resignation and Removal of the Escrow Agent. The Escrow Agent may resign as escrow agent
of the Escrow Fund at any time, with or without cause, by giving at least 30 days' prior wrinen notice to
each of Purchaser and the Company, such resignation to be effective 30 days following the date such
notice is given. In addition, Purchaser and the Company may jointly remove the Escrow Agent as escrow
agent at any time, with or without cause, by an instrument executed by Purchaser and the Company
(which may be executed in counterparts) given to the Escrow Agent, which instrument shall designate the
effective date or such removal. In the event of any such resignation or removal, a successor escrow agent,
which shall be a bank or trust company organized under the laws of the United States of America or of
the State of Delaware having (or if such bank or trust company is a member of a bank company, its bank
holding company shall have) a combined capital and surplus of not less than $50,000,000, shall be
appointed by Purchaser on the terms of this Agreement with the written approval of the Company, which
approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. In the event that a successor escrow agent has not
been appointed within 30 days after notice of the Escrow Agent's resignation or removal, the Escrow
Agent shall be entitled to petition a court of competent jurisdiction to have a successor escrow agent
appointed. Any such successor escrow agent shall deliver to Purchaser and the Company a written
instrument accepting such appointment, and thereupon it shall succeed to all the rights and duties of the
Escrow Agent hereunder and shall be entitled to receive possession of the Escrow Fund. Upon receipt of
the identity of the successor escrow agent, the Escrow Agent shall deliver the Escrow Fund then held
hereunder to the successor escrow agent.
9. Further Instruments. If the Escrow Agent reasonably requires other or further instruments in
connection with its performance of the Duties, the necessary parties hereto shall join in fumishing such
instruments.
10. Disputes. It is understood and agreed that should any dispute arise with respect to the delivery
and/or ownership or right of possession of the cash and/or other property held by the Escrow Agent
hereunder, the Escrow Agent is authorized and directed to act in accordance with, and in reliance upon,
the provisions of this Agreement and the Purchase Agreement.
11. Escrow Fees and Expenses. Purchaser shall pay the Escrow Agent such fees and reimburse the
Escrow Agent for such expenses as are established and contemplated by the Fee Schedule attached hereto
as Annex B.
12. Indemnification. In consideration of the Escrow Agent's acceptance of this appointment,
Purchaser, on the one hand to the extent of one-halt: and the Company, on the other hand to the extent of
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onehalt: hereby agree to indemnify and hold the Escrow Agent harmless as to any liability incurred by it
to any person. firm or corporation by reason of its having accepted such appointment or in carrying out
the provisions of lhis Agreement and the Purchase Agreement. and to reimburse the Escrow Agent for all
its costs and expenses (including, without limitation. counsel fees and expenses) reasonably incurred by
reason of any malter as to which such indemnity is paid pursuant to this Section 12; provided, however,
that no indemnity need be paid in case of the Escrow Agent's gross negligence, willful misconduct or
breach of this Agreement.
13. General.
(a) Any notice given hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed effective upon the
earlier of personal delivery, the third day after mailing by certified or registered mail, postage prepaid, or
upon delivery via facsimile (wilh confinnation of receipt) as follows:
(i) if to Purchaser, to:
GOOD Worldwide LLC
915 N Citrus Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Facsimile No.: 3106922142
ATIN: Ben Goldhirsh
(ii) if to the Company, to:
Jumo International, Inc.
I 13 Spring Street, 3
rd
FI.
New York, NY 10012
ATTN: Chris Hughes
with a copy (which shall not constitute notice) to:
Goodwin Procter
Exchange Place
53 State Street
Boston, MA 02109
AnN: David Cappillo
(iii) if to the Escrow Agent. to:
U.S. Bank National Association
Corporate Trust Services
633 W. fifth Street, 24th Floor
Los Angeles. CA 90071
ATfN: Paula Oswald (GOOD Worldwide/Jumo IntI Escrow)
FacsimiJeNo.: (213)615-6197
Telephone No.: (213) 6156043
or to stich other address as any party may have furnished in writing to the other parties in the manner
provided above. Any notice addressed to the Escrow Agent shall be effective only upon receipt. If any
Officer's Certificate, any objection thereto or any other document of any kind is required to be delivered

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to the Escrow Agent and any other person, the Escrow A g ~ n t may assume without inquiry that such
OlTIcer's Certificate, objection or other document was received by such other person on the date on which
it was received by the Escrow Agent.
(b) The captions in this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not be considered a
part of or affect the construction or interpretation of any provision of this Agreement.
(c) This Agreement may be executed ill allY number of counterparts, including by facsimile
or other electronic transmission, each of which when so executed shall constitute an original copy hereof,
but all of which together shall constitute one instrument.
(d) No party may, without the prior express written consent of each other party, assign this
Agreement in whole or in part. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the
respective successors and assigns of the parties hereto. This Agreement may only be amended in a writing
signed by Purchaser, the Escrow Agent and the Company (subject to the limitations set forth in the
Purchase Agreement).
(e) This Agreement shall be governed by and construed under the laws of the State of
Delaware, without giving effect to any contrary conflict of laws provisions.
14. Tax Reporting Matters. Purchaser and the Company each agree to provide the Escrow Agent with
certified tax identification numbers for each of them by furnishing appropriate Forms W-9 and other
forms and documents that the Escrow Agent may reasonably request (collectively, "Tax Reporting
Documentation") to the Escrow Agent within 30 days after the date on which the first deposit of the
Escrow Cash is made with the Escrow Agent. The parties hereto understand that, if such Tax Reporting
Documentation is not so certified to the Escrow Agent, the Escrow Agent may be required by the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986, as it may be amended from time to time, to withhold a portion of any payments
made pursuant to this Agreement.
15. USA Patriot Act Compliance. To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money
laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record infonnation
that identifies each person who opens an account. For a non-individual person such as a business entity, a
charity, a trust or other legal entity the Escrow Agent will ask for documentation to verify its formation
and existence as a legal entity. The Escrow Agent may also ask to see financial statements, licenses,
identification and authorization documents from individuals claiming authority to represent the entity or
other relevant documentation. Purchaser and Company each agree to provide all such information and
documentation as to themselves as requested by Escrow Agent to ensure compliance with federal law.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties hereto has executed this Escrow Agreement as of the date
tirst abovl: wrillen.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
as Escrow Agent
By: __. . ... . .__. ..... _
Name: Paula Oswald
Title: Vice President, Corporate Trust Services
GOOD Worldwide, LLC
as Purchaser
By: _
Name: Ben Goldhirsh
Title: CEO
Jumo International, Inc.
the Company
By: _
Name: Chris Hughes
Title: Executive Director
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ANNEX A
PURCHASE AGREEMENT
See attached.
ANNEX B
FEE SCHEDULE
See attached.

Corporate Trust Servlce8 - Escrow
Schedule of Fees for Serylces as
Escrow Agent
For
APA Escrow
tLC"
Initial Feu
01010 Acceptance Foe (excluding charge for legal counsel and/or legal opinion)
The acceptance fe8 includes the administrative review of all documents, initial set-up of
the account, and other reasonably required services up to and including the closing.
This Is a one-time fee, payable at closing.
U.S. a.nk Corporate Trust Services reserve the right to refer any and all escrow
documents for legal review before execution. Legal fees (billed on an hourly basis) and
expenses for this service will be billed to, and paid by, the customer. If appropriate and
upon request by the customer, U.S. Bank Corporate Trust Service wiD provide advance
estimates of lhese legal fees.
04460 Escrow Agent
Annual Administration fee for perfonnance of the routine duties of the escrow agent
associated with the management of the account. Administration Fees are payable in
advance
SUCEOOO Incidental Expensee
Charge for miscellaneous expenses such as fax: messenger service, ovemight mail,
telephone, stationary and postage. This charge is a percent of total AdminIstration Fees
charged in advance
Direct Out ofPocket Expenses
Reimbursement of expenses associated with the performance of our duties, including
but not limited to publications, legal counsel after the Initial close, travel expenses and
filing fees.
Extraordinary Services
Extraordinary services are duties or responsibilities of an unusual nature. but not
provided for in the governing documents or otherwise set forth in this schedule. A
reasonable charge wig be assessed based on the nature of the service and the
responsibility involved. At our option, th..e charges will be billed at a flat fee or at our
hour1y rate then in effect.
WANEO
$2,000.00
6%
ArGoST
Account approval Is sUbject to review and quaUncation. Fees are subject to at our dlSCl1!tlon and upon writtBn
notice. Fees palel in advance will not be prorated. The feM set tanh above and any subsequent modifications thereof Are
part of your agreement. Finalization of the transaction constitutes agreement to the above fee schedule. Induding
agreement to any SUbsequent change. upon proper wrlnen notice. In the el/ent your transaction is not finalized. any related
outo()f-pocket expensea wi. be billed to you directty. Abient your written instruc:tioos 10 sweep or otherwise Invesl. allsiJms
In your account will rIImaln uninvested and no accrued or other comPttnsatlon will be credhed to the account.
Payment 01 fee, consUtutes acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth.
"IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEPURES FOR OPENINGA NEW ACCOUNT"
To help \he government lIghtlhe Il.Jndlng of terrorISm and money laundering actlvltles, Federal Jaw requires all financial
instltutJons 10 obtain. verify and record Information thatldentifie$ each person who opens an account. For a non-IndiVidual
person sUCl1 as a bUslnBSS entity, a chartty, a Trust or other legal entily we ask for documentation to verify its formation
and existence as a legal entity, we may also ask \0 see financial statements, llcenses.ldentiflcaliol' and authorization
documents fmm Individuals claiming authority to ropre!>ent the enllty or other relevant documentation,"
Dated: August 2, 2011
Concurrence by Company
SCHEDULE I
COMPANY WIRE INSTRUCTIONS
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EXHIBIT B
LICENSING AGREEMENT
See attached.
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TRADEMARK LICENSE AGREEMENT
This License Agreement (this "Agreement") is made as of the __ day of
________ (the "Effective Date"), by and between GOOD Worldwide LLC. a
Delaware limited liability company with a principal place of business at 915 N Citrus Ave, Los
Angeles, CA 90038 ("GOOD") and Jumo International, Inc., a New York not for profit
corporation with a principal place of business at 113 Spring Street, r
d
Floor, New York, NY
10012 ("'Jumo").
Whereas, GOOD wishes to license from Jumo and Jumo desires to license to GOOD use
of certain trademarks and services marks;
Now therefore, in consideration of the foregoing premises and the mutual covenants and
agreements set forth below, the parties agree as follows:
I. Grant of License. As of the Effective Date, and subject to the terms and
conditions of this Agreement, Jumo grants to GOOD a non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty
free, worldwide license (the "License") to use the trademarks and service marks set forth on
attached Exhibit A (the "Licensed Marks") solely in connection with the Asset Purchase
Agreement (the "Licensed Activities") and in compliance with the terms and conditions of this
Agreement. and for no other purpose or use. This Agreement and all licenses granted herein
shall automatically terminate on its one-year anniversary of the Effective Date, unless sooner
terminated.
2. Acknowledgment of Ownership. GOOD acknowledges the exclusive ownership
of the Licensed Marks by Jumo. GOOD agrees that nothing in this Agreement shall give GOOD
any right, title or interest in the Licensed Marks other than the right to use the Licensed Marks in
accordance with this Agreement and GOOD agrees that it will not attack the title of Jumo to the
Licensed Marks or the validity, enforceability, or scope of the Licensed Marks. GOOD agrees
not to use or register or attempt to register the Licensed Marks, any similar mark, or domain
name on its own behalfor on behalf of any third party in any jurisdiction or country.
3. Quality Maintenance. GOOD agrees to cooperate with Jumo in facilitating
Jumo's control of the nature and quality of the Licensed Activities by supplying Jumo with
specimens ofOOOD's products, data, communications and documents regarding GOOD's
services, and lise of the Licensed Marks from time to time upon request by Jumo. GOOD shall
comply with all applicahle laws and regulations. and obtain all appropriate government
approvals pertaining to the Licensed Activities.
4. Policing Against Third Party Infringements. GOOD shall give Jumo prompt
written notice of any adverse lise of a trademark or other designation similar to the Licensed
Marks of which GOOD is or becomes aware. GOOD shall have the right, but not the obligation,
to bring infringement or unfair competition actions involving the Licensed Marks.
5. No Assignment. Neither this Agreement nor any rights thereunder may be
assigned or otherwise transferred by GOOD without the written consent of Jumo. and any
attempted assignment or transfer without such consents shall be null and void.
6. Remedies; Attorney's Fees. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed so as to
impair any legal or equitable right of any party hereto to enforce any of the terms of this
Agreement by any means, including, without limitation, an action for damages or a suit to obtain
specific performance of any or all of the terms of this Agreement. In the event of such an action,
the prevailing party shall be entitled to all costs of the action, including reasonable attorney's
fees, in addition to any other relief to which such party may be entitled.
7. Governing Law; Forum. This Agreement will be governed by and construed in
accordance with the laws of State of Delaware, U.S.A.
8. Entire Agreement. This Agreement (including its Attachment) constitutes the
entire agreement between the parties concerning the subject matter hereof. Any waiver,
variation or amendment of any term or condition of this Agreement shall be effective only if
contained in a writing signed by authorized representatives of both parties hereto.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have duty executed this Agreement as of
the Effective Date.
JUnlO International, Inc. GOOD Worldwide, LLC
Name: _
Name:
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Title: _
Title:
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Date: _
Date:
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EXHIBIT A
TilE LICENSED MARKS
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EXHIBIT C
BILL OF SALE
See attached.
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L111NY/51421566
BILL OF SALE
This Bill of Sale (the "Bill of Sale") is entered into as of _' 2011 by Jumo
International, Inc., a corporation duly incorporated pursuant to the laws of New York ("Seller"),
GOOD Worldwide, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ('Purchaser"). Capitalized
terms used herein and not otherwise defined have the meanings ascribed to them in the Asset
Purchase Agreement, dated as of _' 20 I I (the '"Asset Purchase Agreement"), among
Purchaser, Seller and certain stockholders of the Seller.
WHEREAS, Seller and Purchaser have concurrently herewith consummated the purchase
by Purchaser of the Assets pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in the Asset Purchase
Agreement;
WHEREAS, Seller and Purchase now desire to carry out the intent and purpose of the
Asset Purchase Agreement by the Seller's execution and delivery to the Purchaser of this
instrument evidencing the sale. assignment, transfer, conveyance and delivery to the Purchaser of
the Assets;
NOW. THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the sale of the Assets and other good
and valuable consideration, the receipt, adequacy and legal sufficiency of wh ich is hereby
acknowledged, and in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the Asset Purchase
Agreement. Seller and Purchaser agree as follows:
I. Seller does hereby, effective as of the date hereof, irrevocably sell, assign,
transfer, convey and deliver good and marketable title to, and all of Seller's right, title and
interest in and to the Assets, free and clear of any and all Encumbrances to Purchaser.
2. In furtherance of the foregoing and upon the terms and subject to the conditions of
the Asset Purchase Agreement, from time to time upon the written request of Purchaser, the
Seller agrees that it shall, at its own expense, execute and deliver such documents and other
papers and take such further actions as may be reasonably required to effect fully and perfect the
transfer to Purchaser of any and all of the Assets.
3. This Bill of Sale is subject in all respects to the terms and conditions set forth in
the Asset Purchase Agreement. In the event ofa conflict or an inconsistency between this Bill of
Sale and the Asset Purchase Agreement, the terms of the Asset Purchase Agreement shall
prevail.
4. This Bill of Sale shall bind and inure to the benefit of the respective parties and
their successors and assigns and may not be altered, amended or modified except by written
instrument executed by each of the parties hereto.
5. This Bill of Sale shall be governed by and construed under the internal laws of the
State of OelawClre.
[Signa/lire Page Fulluwsj
:!7638/00202/SF/S32940o.1
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Bill of Sale is being executed as of the date first written
above.
SELLER
Jumo International, Inc.
By:
Name: Chris Hughes
Title: Executive Director
PURCHASER
GOOD Worldwidc, LLC
By: _
Name: Ben Goldhirsh
Title: CEO
Bill ufSllle Signature Page
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SELLER'S SCHEDULE OF EXCEPTIONS
TO TIlE ASSET PURel [ASE AGREEMENT
This Seller's Schedule of Exceptions is made and given pursuant to the Asset
Purchase Agreement, dated as of August )6, 20 II (the "Agreement"), by and between GOOD
Worldwide, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("Purchaser"), and Jumo International, Inc" a
New York nOl lor profit corporation ("Seller"). Capitalized terms used herein but not detined herein
shall have the meanings given to them in the Agreement, unless the context requires otherwise.
The section numbers referenced herein refer to the corresponding sections of the Agreement and
are provided for convenience only.
LJ13NY/5143075 I
Schedule 3.1
Organization
None.
L111NYI5143U75 I
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Schedule 3.2
Authorization
None.
L111NY/SI4]075 I
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Schedule 3.3
Consents
Approval of (i) the transactions contemplated by this Agreement and (ii) the sale of the Assets to
Purchaser from the office of the Attorney General of the State of New York and/or any applicable court is
required in accordance with 51 0-5 I I of the New York Not-For-Protit Corporation Law.
L1UNYISIU075I 4
Schedule 3.4
Litigation
None.
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EXHIBIT D
TO VERIFIED PETITION
FAIR MARKET VALUE ANALYSIS
[DRAFT]
FAIR MARKET VALUE
OF
ASSETS BEING SOLD
IN
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
REpORT DATE:
JULY 28, 2011
MORRISON, BROWN, ARUIZ & FARRA, LLC
1001 BRICKELL BAY DRIVE, 9
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FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33 J3 J
PHONE: (305) 373-5500
FAX: (305) 373-0056
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July 28,2011
Mr. Chris Hughes
Jumo International, Inc.
113 Spring Street, 3
rd
Floor
New York, NY 10012
Re: Fair Market Value Analysis of assets being sold by Jumo International, Inc.
Dear Mr. Hughes:
We were engaged to provide an estimate of fair market value of the assets being sold by
Jumo International, Inc. ("lumo"), a not-for-profit entity incorporated under the laws of
the state of New York. The purpose of the engagement is to assist lumo's management in
their evaluation that the consideration being received from sale of the assets is fair and
reasonable.
Selected assets are being sold to Good Worldwide, LLC. ("GOOD"). GOOD is a media
platform that promotes, connects, and reports on the individuals, businesses, and non
profits "moving the world forward." GOOD produces a website (http://www.good.is). a
quarterly magazine, and online video content covering a variety of topics, including the
environment, education, urban planning, design, food, politics, culture and health.
Our valuation analysis is as of the date of this letter.
Standard of value
Our standard of value is fair market value. The tcrm "fair market value" is defined as
follows: The price, expressed in terms of cash equivalents, at which property would
change hands between a hypothetical willing and able buyer and a hypothetical and able
seller, acting at arm's Icngth in an open and unrestricted market, when neither is under
compulsion to buy or sell and when both have reasonable knowledge of the relevant
facts'. The premise of value is going concern.
International Glossary of Business Valuation Terms jointly published by the American Institute of CPA's,
the American Society of Appraisers, the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators, the Institute of
Business Appraisers, and the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts.
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Summary of Fair Market Values of Assets
Based on our analysis, the fair market value of the assets being sold is as follows:
Email list and Data $ 23, 119
Personal computers $ 7,667
Workforce $ 36,979
Our engagement was carried out in accordance with the American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants ("AICPA") Statement on Standards for Valuation Services No. I:
"Valuation ofa Business, Business Ownership Interest, Security, or Intangible Asset.
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Our findings are presented in this summary report.
In conducting our appraisal, we obtained documents from the Company, made inquiries
and obtained answers from the Company, interviewed the key managers, conducted
industry and economic research and obtained market data.
Company
Jumo International, Inc. was formed in January 2010 as a not-for-profit Type B
corporation under the New York Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. It is based in New
York, NY. Jumo is a registered 501(c) (3) organization as defined by the Internal
Revenue Service.
Jumo's principal activity has been as a social network connecting individuals and
organizations who want to change the world. Leveraging connection technologies, Jumo
enables people to find, follow and support those working toward solutions on the ground
in their community and in regions across the globe. All content and activity on the Jumo
site is for charitable purposes.
Valuation Analysis
Juno is a recently formed entity whose revenues have been derived primarily from
contributions and grants. It purchased its domain name and commenced hiring employees
in 20 IO. It launched its website "Jumo.com" on November 30, 20 IO. Jumo is not selling
its domain name and many other assets.
Its financial data for the period since inception to December 31, 20 I0 and for the six.
months ended June 30,2011, are attached as Exhibits A and B.
We considered all approaches to value. We note below the basis and calculation for each
asset being sold:
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Email List and Data
Jumo 's emaillistcomprisesofl49.11 0 names, obtained primarily through its website
which went online on November 30,2010. Over 75% of these names were obtained in
the first three months of the website launch. In addition, Jumo has obtained data on
13,949 organizations. Users connect with these organizations.
Communications to Email List
Jumo is not selling this email list of 149,] ]0 names, but instead, will to
thel1!_ JUI1)_qJ_s t!!at the)' ca!' access similar connections on
GOOD'S website. .,
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Jumo has never derived any revenues from this list. It is uncertain if this community can
generate revenues for Jumo or any other market participant. However, Jumo's
communication will benefit GOOD. GOOD does not receive the actual Email List; rather
it receives the benefit of the communication by Jumo. We have based the fair market
value of this communication on the cost of renting a similar mailing list in the open
market. Based on "Mailing Lists Brokers - Buyer's Guide," the price of renting a mailing
list, subject to certain minimums, is 10 cents per consumer name. Using this price, the
cost for 149,110 consumer names is $14,911.
Organizational Data
Jumo has data on 13,949 organizations. As discussed previously, these organizations are
engaged in various charitable and other causes. The users connect with these
organizations. This data, which includes items such as organization's Mission, Issues
(HIV/AIDS, homelessness etc.) they work on, will be conveyed to GOOD. These
organizations may choose to continue to participate on GOOD's website or they may not.
Jumo has not derived any revenues from these organizations. It is uncertain if these
organizations can generate revenues for Jumo or any other market participant. We have
based the fair market value of this data on the cost of renting a business mailing list in the
open market. Based on "Mailing Lists Brokers - Buyer's Guide," the price of renting a
business mailing list, subject to certain minimums, is 16 to 30 cents per business name.
Using the average price, the cost for 13,949 names is $3,208.
Jwno '.'I Trade Mark
As noted previously, Good is not acquiring Jumo's domain name. It will acquire Jumo's
trade mark to abo,!.e to its users. The use
of the trademar-k is nO! expected to exceed a one year period. Jumo'-straae 'mark has not
for Jumo and has limited value to GOOD or any other market
participant. Jumo estimates the cost to register (including maintenance costs) this trade
mark was $15,000. Given that GOOD will benefit from this trade mark for a very short
period of time, we have calculated the value of this benefit to GOOD at $5,000, at one
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third the cost to register this trade mark. Additional amounts would be due should the use
of the trade mark exceed the one-year period.
Accordingly, the total fair market value of the Email List and Datais$23,119.
Personal Computers
Jumo is expects to sell five Apple MacBook Pro laptop computers to GOOD. The
computers were purchased at an average cost of $2,0 1S.
monthly Purchase
serial number description purchase price depreciation date
1 W80335QYAGZ MacBook Pro 15" $2,296.21 $63.78 Aug-10
2 WB013829AGU MacBook Pro 15" $2,217.00 $61.58 Jun-10
3 WB016LB9ATN MacBook Pro 13" $1,B41.69 $51.16 Jun-10
4 WB014FTJAGU MacBook Pro 15" $2,296.21 $63.78 Mar-10
5 C02FS353DH2H MacBook Pro 13" $1,424.05 $39.56 May-11
Based on The Orion Blue Book values, the average retail price for the used MacBook Pro
IS" is $1,643 and for the used MacBook Pro 13," it is $1,369. To be conservative, we
have applied "used retail" values rather than "trade-in" values which are substantially
lower. Based on the used retail prices, fair market value of the five personal computers is
$7,667.
Workforce
As part of the sale of various assets, seven lumo employees may be joining GOOD. Jumo
did not incur out-of-pocket costs to recruit the seven employees. It incurred recruitment
fees
for other positions that were either not filled or related to positions that are not moving to
GOOD. Given the current economic environment and other factors, it is likely that most
market participants \vill he ahle to recruit these positions without in<:urring significant
recruitment fees.
These employees do not have employment agreements that prevent them from seeking
employment elsewhere.
The acquirer will not be acquiring any software or website owned by Jumo. It is unlikely
that the acquirer wi II benefit from reduced training time relating to the software
engineers.
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Good will benefit by not incurring time interviewing candidates and incurring incidental
costs. We have estimated the benefit at one-half of one months' compensation for each of
the seven employees:
Annual Compensation Benefit to GOOD
Chief Technology Officer
Software Engineer I
Software Engineer 2
Software Engineer 3
Outreach Director
Managing Director
Executive Director
$ 150,000
$ 135,000
$ 120,000
$ 107,500
$ 95,000
$ 100,000
One Dollar
$6,250
$5,625
$5,000
$4,479
$3,958
$4,J67
$7,500
Total fair market value of workforce $36,979
The Executive Director compensation is currently at one dollar. The benefit to GOOD is
based on an annual compensation of $180,000. If additional Jumo employees were to
move to GOOD, it is expected that Jumo would be compensated at the above benefit rate.
This report is subject to the statement of assumptions and limiting conditions attached
hereto. Our analysis related to the assets identified by management as being sold. We
have no responsibility to update this report for events or transactions occurring after the
date of th is report.
Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC expresses no opinion and accepts no responsibility
for the accuracy and completeness of the financial information and other data provided to
us by others. We assume that the financial and information provided to us is accurate and
complete, and we have relied upon this information in performing this valuation.
This report is not to be distributed, nor may it be relied upon without our written consent
for any purpose other than set forth above. No third parties except the management of
Jumo are intended to benefit.
Jfyou have any questions, please contact Viresh Dayal at (305) 373-5500.
Very truly yours,
Morrison. Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC
Viresh Dayal, CPA, ABV, eVA, CFE, CIRA
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APPENDIX A: REPRESENTATION BY APPRAISERS
I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief:
The statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct.
The analyses, opinions, and conclusion included in the report are subject to the
specified assumptions and limiting conditions, and they are our personal analyses,
opinions, and conclusion.
The economic and industry data considered in the report have been obtained from
various printed or electronic reference sources that we believe to be reliable. We
have not performed any corroborating procedures to substantiate that data.
The engagement was performed in accordance with the American Institute of
Certified Public Accountants Statement on Standards for Valuation Services.
We have no present or prospective interest in entity and have no personal interest or
bias with respect to the parties involved.
The parties for which the information and use of the report is restricted are
identified; the report is not intended to be and should not be used by anyone other
than such parties.
Our compensation for completing this assignment is fee-based and is not contingent
upon the development or reporting of a predetennined value or direction in value
that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of
a stipulated result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the
intended use of this report.
We have no obligation to update the report for information that comes to our
attention after the date of the report.
Viresh Dayal was assisted by other professionals at Morrison, Brown, Argiz &
Farra, LLC in the preparation of this report.
MORRISON, BROWN, ARGIZ & FARRA, LLC
VIRESJI DA \'Al, CPA, ABV, CVA, CFF, CFE, CJRA
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APPENDIX B: ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITING CONDITIONS
This report is subject to the following assumptions and limiting conditions:
I. The conclusion arrived at herein is valid only for the stated purpose as of the
date of the report.
2. Financial statements and other related information provided by the Subject
Entity or its representatives, in the course of this engagement, have been
accepted without any verification as fully and correctly reflecting the
enterprise's business conditions and operating results for the respective
periods, except as specifically noted herein. We have not audited the financial
infonnation provided to us and, accordingly, we express no audit opinion or
any other form of assurance on this information.
3. Public information and industry and statistical information have been obtained
from sources we believe to be reliable. However, we make no representation
as to the accuracy or completeness of such information and have performed no
procedures to corroborate the information.
4. This report and the conclusion arrived at herein are for the exclusive use of our
client for the sole and specific purposes as noted herein. They may not be used
for any other purpose or by any other party for any purpose. Furthermore, the
report is not intended by the author, and should not be construed by the reader,
to be investment advice in any manner whatsoever. The conclusion of value
represents the considered opinion of the appraisers, based on infonnation
furnished to them by the Subject Entity and other sources.
5. Neither aJl nor any part of the contents of this report should be disseminated to
the public through advertising media, public relations, news media, sales
media, mail, direct transmittal or any other means of communication without
our prior written consent and approval.
6. Future services regarding the subject matter of this report, including, but not
limited to testimony or attendance in court, shall not be required of the
appraisers unless previous arrangements have been made in writing.
7. We are not an environmental consultant or auditor, and we take no
responsibility for any actual or potential environmental liabilities. Any person
entitled to rely on this report, wishing to know whether such liabilities exist, or
the scope and their effect on the value of the property, is encouraged to obtain
a professional environmental assessment. We do not conduct or provide
environmental assessments and have not performed one for the Subject Entity.
8. No change of any item in this report shall be made by anyone other than the
author, and we shall have no responsibility for any such unauthorized change.
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9. Unless otherwise stated, no effort has been made to determine the possible
effect, if any, on the subject business due to future Federal, state, or local
legislation, including any environmental or ecological matters or
interpretations thereof.
10. If prospective financial information approved by management has been used in
our work, we have not examined or compiled the prospective financial
information and therefore, do not express an audit opinion or any other form of
assurance on the prospective financial information or the related assumptions.
Events and circumstances frequently do not occur as expected and there will
usually be differences between prospective financial information and actual
results and those differences may be material.
II. We have conducted interviews with the current management of the Subject
Entity concerning the past, present and prospective operating results of the
Subject Entity. We have relied on the representations of the owners and
management.
12. This report was prepared under the direction of Viresh Dayal, CPA, ABV,
CV A, CFF, CFE, ClRA. Neither the professionals who worked on this
engagement, nor the partners of Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC have
any present or contemplated future interest in the Subject Entity, any personal
interest with respect to the parties involved, or any other interest that might
prevent us from performing an unbiased opinion. Our compensation is not
contingent on any action or event resu Iting from the analyses, opinions, or
conclusions in, or the use of, this report.
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APPENDIX C: QUALIfiCATIONS Of APPRAISERS
VIRES" DAYAL, CPA, ABV, CVA, CFF, CFE, CIRA
vdayal@m ba fcpa.com
SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE:
Mr. Dayal's area of practice includes forensic investigations, business valuations,
business reorganization services, divorce litigation and dispute resolution services. He
assists counsel in developing litigation strategy encompassing investigative, accounting,
tax and valuation issues.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants accredited Mr. Dayal in business
valuations. He provides business valuation services for a variety of purposes including
marital dissolution, business damages, financial reporting, corporate dissolutions,
shareholder disputes and tax. Mr. Dayal is also a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA).
Mr. Dayal has led fraud investigation and business acquisition teams. He has assisted
SEC, Florida Department of Insurance and other receivers in investigations, marshalling
assets and managing businesses. Mr. Dayal is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and
Certified in Financial Forensics by the AICPA.
He has significant experience representing bankruptcy trustees, examiners, debtors,
lenders and creditors committees in formulating, analyzing and negotiating
reorganization plans. He has assisted counsel on fraudulent and preferential transfers,
feasibility and solvency issues. Mr. Dayal is a Certified Insolvency and Restructuring
Advisor (ClRA).
Mr. Dayal has served as chief financial officer of a multinational technology company,
overseeing all financial functions including strategic planning legal and tax functions.
He was previously with a big-four accounting firm in Miami and England providing audit
and accounting services. Mr. Dayal has practiced in such diverse industries as retail,
manufacturing, transportation, real estate, construction, wholesale trade, health care,
leisure and technology industries.
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CERTIFICATIONS:
Certified Public Accountant
Designated as Accredited in Business Valuation by the AICPA
Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor
Certified Fraud Examiner
Certified in Financial Forensic
Certified Valuation Analyst
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors
Association ofCertitied Fraud Examiners
Association of Certified Valuations Analysts
American Bankruptcy Institute
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Exhibit A
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Form 990
Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax
Under section 501(c), 527, or 4947(8)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code (except black lung
benefit trust or private foundatIon)
OMS No. 1545-0047
2010
Depa"menl ollne TreuUty
In,e,nal Aevenue S""lte
.. The organization may have to use a copy of this retum to satisfy state reporting requirements.
open to Public
Inspection
A For the 2010 calendar year, or tax year beginning JAN 25, 2010 and ending DEC 31, 2010
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5 Total number of Individuals employed In calendar year 2010 (Part V, line 2a)
6 Total number of volunteers (estimate If necessary) ...................
7 a Total unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12
........................
b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34 .. ...... ........................................................
8 Contributions and grants (Part VllI,line 1h)
...... " ... ............................. ....... .... .... .
9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g)
. ....... ....................... ........ ... .. ."
10 Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d)
.. " ................ ......... ........
11 Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and 11 e)
12 Total revenue - add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part VIII column (A), line 12)
13 Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 13)
......
14 Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4)
............................... .......
15 Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines 510)
16a Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (Al, line 11 e) ..
. ... ..., ...
b Total tundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) ..
17 Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 118-11d, 11 f-24f)
... ...., . . . ....... ............ . ....
18 Total expenses. Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25) ....
...
19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12 .. .... ., . .. ... . . ....
20 Total assets (Part X, line 16)
.... ..
21 Total liabilities (Part X, line 26)
.... ........... .... ........ .. . . .. ........ . ...... -.. . .....
22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract line 21 from line 20 .
I Part II I Signature Block
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Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined thiS return, Including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is
true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other Ihan olticer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge
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1,961,179.
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Signature 0/ officer
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KRISTEN TITUS, MANAGING DIRECTOR

type or print name and htle
PrinVType preparer's name
signalure "'liN
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Paid GUS SALIBA US SALIBA 5 / 1 0 / 11 .emPIOYed
Preparer Firm's name FRUCHTER ROSEN & CO. , P.C.
Firm's EIN
Use Only Firm's address 156 WEST 56TH STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10019
Phone no. 212-957-3600
May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructions) .. , L J Yea L J No
032001 02-2211 LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate Instructions.
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2 Did the organization undertake any significant program services during the year which were not listed on
the prior Form 990 or 990-EZ? ' ,....... ..,............ DYe. 00 No
If -Yes," describe these new services on Schedule O.
3 Did the organization cease conducting, or make significant changes in how it conducts, any program services?" 0 Yes 00 No
If Yes, describe these changes on Schedule O.
4 Describe the exempt purpose achievements for each of the organization's three largest program services by expenses.
Section 501 (c)(3) and 501 (c)(4) organizations and section 4947(a)(1) trusts are required to report the amount of grants and
allocations to others, the total ex enses, and revenue, if an ,for each ro ram service re orted.
4a (Code: ) (Expenses $ 7 , inclUding grants of $ ) (Revenue $, '. )
JUMO IS A SOCIAL NETWORK CONNECTING INDIVIDUALS AND NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS.
4b (Code: _ ) (Expenses $ including grants of $ ) (Revenue $ _
4c (Code: _ ) (Expenl.e8 $ inclUding grants of $ ) (Revenue $ _
4d Other program services. (Describe in Schedule 0.)
4e
(Expenses S inclUding grants of $
Total program service expenses .. 627 , 405
) (Revenue S
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IPart IV I Checklist of Required Schedules
Yes No
1 Is the organization described in section 501 (c)(3) or 4947(a)(1) (other than a private foundation)?
If .. Yes, complete Schedule A . x
2 Is the organization required to complete Schedule 8, Schedule of Contributors? x 2
3 Did the organization engage in direct or indirect political campaign activities on behalf of or in opposition to candidates for
public office? If Yes: complete Schedule C, Part I . x 3
4 Section 501(c)(3) organizatIons. Did the organization engage in lobbying activities, or have a section 501 (h) election in effect
during the tax year? If Yes, complete Schedule C, Partl1......... . . x 4
5 Is the organization a section 501(c)(4), 501 (c)(5), or 501 (c)(6) organization that receives membership dues, assessments, or
similar amounts as defined In Revenue Procedure 9819? If Yes, complete Schedule C, Partltl ..'.' . 5
6 Did the organization manta!n any donor advised funds or any similar funds or accounts where donors have the right to
provide advice on the distribution or investment of amounts in such funds or accounts? If Yes, complete Schedule 0, Part I x 6
7 Did the organization receive or hold a conservation easement, including easements to preserve open space.
the environment, historic land areas, or historic structures? If Yes, complete Schedule 0, Part II .. x 7
8 Old the organization maintain collections of works of art. historical treasures, or other similar assets? If Yes, complete
Schedule 0, Part III .. .. . x 8
9 Did the organization report an amount In Part X, line 21; serve as a custodian for amounts not listed in Part X; or provide
credit counseling, debt management, credit repair, or debt negotiation services? If Yes, "complete Schedule 0, Part IV x 9
10 Did the organization, directly or through a related organization, hold assets in term, permanent, or
If Yes, complete Schedule 0, Part V.... . . x 10
11 If the organization's answer to any of the following questions is Yes, then complete SchedUle 0, Parts VI, VII, VIII, IX, or X
as applicable.
a Did the organization report an amount for land, buildings, and equipment In Part X, line 101 If Yes, complete Schedule 0,
Part Vi.... . .. 118 X
b Old the organization report an amount for investments other securities In Part X, line 12 that is 5% or more of its total
assets reported in Part X,line16? If Yes, complete Schedule D, Part VII . 11b X
c Did the organization report an amount for Investments program related In Part X, line 13 that Is 5% or more of its total
assets reported in Part X, line 16? If Yes, complete Schedule D, Part VIII . . .. 11c X
d Did the organiZation report an amount for other assets In Part X, line 15 that is 5% or more of its total assets reported in
Part X,I/ne 16? If Yes, .. complete Schedule 0, Part IX..... . 11d X
e Old the organization report an amount for other liabilities In Part X, line 25? If "Yes, " complete Schedule 0, Part X
11. X
f Old the organization's separate or consolidated financial statements for the tax year include a footnote that addresses
the organiZation's liability for uncertain tax positions under FIN 48 (ASe 740)? If Yes, complete Schedule D, Part X . 11f X
128 Old the organization obtan separate, independent audited financial statements for the tax year? If Yes," complete
Schedule 0, Parts XI, XII, and XIII .. .. . .. 12a X
b Was the organization included in consolidated, Independent audited financial statements for the tax year?
If "Yes,' and jf the organization answered "No" to /lne 12a. then completing Schedule 0, Parts XI, XII, and XIII is optional .
12b X
13 Is the organization a school described in sectIon 170(b)(1)(A)(i1)? If Yes, complete Schedule E .
13 X
148 Did the organization maintain an office, employees, or agents outside of the United States? . 148 X
b Did the organization have aggregate revenues or expenses of more than $10,000 from grantmaking. fundralsing, business.
and program service activities outside the United States? If Yes, complete Schedule F, Parts I and IV.. .. . .
14b X
15 Old the organization report on Part IX, column (A), line 3, more than $5.000 of grants or assistance to any organization
or entity located outside the United States? If Yes, complete Schedule F, Parts II and IV . .
15 X
16 Did the organization report on Part IX, column (A), line 3, more than $5,000 of aggregate grants or assistance to individuals
located outside the United States? If Yes, complete Schedule F, Parts iii and IV
16 X
17 Did the organization report a total of more than $15,000 of expenses for professional fundraislng services on Part IX,
column (A), lines 6 and 11e? If Yes, complete Schedule G, Part I .. . .
17 X
18 Did the organization report more than $15,000 total of fundraising event gross income and contributions on Part VlII, lines
1c and 8a1 If Yes, complete Schedule G, Part II .. .'. .
18 X
19 Did the organization report more than $15,000 of gross income from gaming activities on Part VIII, line 9a? If "Yes,
complete Schedule G, Part 1/1 . . .'. .. . .
19 X
20a Old the organization operate one or more hospitals? If "Yes, "complete Schedule H
208 X
b If Yes to line 20a. did the organization attach its audited financial statements to this return? Note. Some Form 990 fliers that
operate one or more hospitals must attach audited financial statements (see instructions) .....
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r Part IV I Checklist of Required Schedules (continued)
21 Did the organization report more than $5,000 of grants and other assistance to governments and organizations in the
United States on Part IX, column (A), line 1? If Yes, complete Schedule I, Parts I and 1/ .. ..
22 Did the organization report more than $5,000 of grants and other assistance to individuals In the United States on Part IX,
column (A), line 2? If 'Yes, complete Schedule I, Parts I and /II .. . .
23 Old the organization answer 'Yes' to Part VII, Section A, line 3, 4, or 5 about compensation of the organization's current
and former officers, directors, trustees, key employees, and highest compensated employees? If "Yes," complete
Schedu/eJ . . .. ..
248 Old the organization have a taxexempt bond issue with an outstanding principal amount of more than $100,CXXl as of the
last day of the year. that was issued after December 31, 2002? If Yes, answer lines 24b through 24d and complete
SchedUle K. If 'No", go to line 25 . ...... ... ..... ....... . ... .. .. .
b Old the organization invest any proceeds of taxexempt bonds beyond a temporary period exception?
c Did the organization maintaIn an escrow account other than a refunding escrow at any time during the year to defease
any taxexempt bonds? .. . . .
d Did the organization act as an 'on behalf of" issuer for bonds outstanding at any time during the year? , ,
25a Section 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizatIons. Did the organization engage in an excess benefit transaction with a
21
22
23
248
24b
24c
24d
Vel No
X
X
X
X
disqualified person during the year? If "Yes, complete Schedule L, Part I .. ,.... .
b Is the organization aware that It engaged In an excess benefit transaction with a dlsqualifled person In a prior year, and
that the transaction haS not been reported on any of the organization's prior Forms 990 or 990-EZ? If "Yes, complete
25e X
Schedule L, Part I ,. .. .
26 Was a loan to or by a current or former officer, director, trustee, key employee, highly compensated employee, or disqualified
25b X
person outstanding as of the end of the organization's tax year? If "Yes, complete Schedule L, Part /I .
27 Did the organization provIde a grant or other assistance to an officer, director, trustee, key employee, sUbstantial
contributor, or a grant selection committee member, or to a person related to such an individual? If "Yes,' complete
26 X
Schedule L, Part //1 . .. ..
28 Was the organization a party to a business transaction with one of the following parties (see Schedule L, Part IV
instructions for applicable filing thresholds, conditions, and exceptions):
27 X
a A current or former officer, director, trustee, or key employee? If "Yes, complete Schedule L, Part IV '" . 28e X
b A family member of a current or former officer, director, trustee, or key employee? If "Yes, complete Schedule L, Part IV .
c An entity of which a current or former officer, director, trustee, or key empioyee (or a family member thereof) was an officer,
28b X
director, trustee, or direct or indirect owner? If "Ye.s, complete Schedule L, Part IV , . 28c X
29 Old the organization re<:eive more than $25,000 in noncash contributions? If "Yes, complete Schedule M .
30 Did the organization receive contributions of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets, or qualified conservation
28 X
contributions? If "Yes, complete Schedule M _ .
31 Did the organization liqUidate, terminate, or dissolve and cease operations?
30 X
If Yes, " complete Schedule N, Part I . .. . .. . , ..
32 Did the organization sell, exchange, dispose ot, or transfer more than 25% of its net assets?lf 'Yes," complete
31 X
Schedule N, Part II........... .. . .
33 Did the organization own 100% of an entity disregarded as separate from the organization under Regulations
32 X
sections 301.77012 and 301. 77013? If "Yes, " complete Schedule R, Part I
34 Was the organization related to any tax'exempt or taxable entity?
33 X
If Yes complete Schedule R, Parts 11,1/1, IV. and V, line 1 . ..
34 X
35 Is any related organization a controlled entity within the meaning of section 512(b)(13)? .
a Did the organization receive any payment from or engage in any transaction with a controlled entity within the
section 512(b)(13)? If Yes. complete Schedule R, Part V,Iine2 0 Yea LXJ No
38 Section 501(c)(3) organlzatione. DId the organization make any transfers to an exempt non-charitable related organization?
35 X
If 'Yes: complete Schedule R. Part V, line 2 . .
37 Did the organization conduct more than 5% of its activities through an entity that Is not a related organization
36 X
and that is treated as a partnership for federal Income tax purposes? If "Yes, complete Schedule R, Part VI .
38 Did the organization complete SchedUle 0 and provide eXplanations In Schedule 0 for Part VI, lines 11 and 19?
37 X
Note. All Form 990 filers are reauired to comolete SchedUle 0 . . .. .
38 X
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1a Enter the number reported In Box 301 Form 1096. Entero- if not applicable I 1a I 3
Yes No
b Enter the number of Forms W-2G included in line 1a. Enter -0- if not applicable
c
2a
b
Did the organization comply with backup withholding rules for reportable payments to vendors and reportable gaming
and j'2.. a..
r
.
filed for the calendar year ending with or within the year covered by this retum .. ... I I
If at least one is reported on tine 2a, did the organization IiIe all required lederal employment tax retums?.
17
1c
2b
X
X
Note. It the sum of lines 1a and 2a is greater than 250, you may be required to e-file. (see instructions)
3a Did the organization have unrelated business gross income of $1,000 or more during the year? .. .. " . 3a
b If Yes, has it filed a Form 990-T for this year? If "No provide an explanation in Schedule 0 . . 3b
4a At any time during the calendar year, did the organization have an Interest in, or a signature or other authority over, a
financial account in a foreign country (such as a bank account, securities account, or other financial account)? ... x 4a
b It Yes, enter the name of the foreign country:
See Instructions lor liling requirements for Form TD F 9022.1, Report of Foreign Bank and FInancial Accounts.
5a Was the organization a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction at any time during the tax year? . X 5a
b Did any taxable party notify the organization that it was or is a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction? . X 5b
c If Yes, to line 5a or Sb, did the organization file Form 8886- T? .. 5c
6a Does the organization have annual gross receipts that are normally greater than $100,000, and did the organization solicit
any contributions that were not tax deductible? . . . x 6a
b It "Yes, did the organization include with every solicitation an express statement that such contributions or gifts
were not tax deductible? '" .. .. . 6b
7 OrganIzatIons that may receive deductible contributions under section 17O(c).
a Did the organization receive a payment in excess 01 $75 made partly as a contribution and partly for goods and services provided 10 the payor?
b II "Yes. did the organization notify the donor of the value 01 the goods or services provided? __
c Did the organization sell. exchange, or otherwise dispose of tangible personal property for which it was required
7c X
d . ".::' 'j" .. r'"
e Old the organization receive any funds, directly or Indirectly, to pay premiums on a personal benefit contract? . 7e X
f Old the organization, during the year, pay premiums, directly or Indirectly, on a personal benefit contract? ..... 7f X
g If the organization received a contribution of qualified intellectual property, did the organization file Form 8899 as required? 7g X
h If the organization received a contribution of cars, boats, airplanes. or other vehicles, did the organization tile a Form 1098-C?
8 Sponlorlng organlzatlonl maintaIning donor advised fundi and leetlon 509(a)(3) lupportlng organizatlonl. Did the supporting
organization, or a donor advised lund maintained by a sponsoring organization, have excess business holdings at any time during the year?
8
9 Sponsoring organizations maintaining donor advised funds.
a Did the organization make any taxable distributions under section 4966?..... . .
9a
b Did the organization make a distribution to a donor, donor advisor, or related person? .
9b
10 Section 501(c)(7) organizations. Enter:
a Initiation fees and capital contributions Included on Part VIII, line 12 . 11081
b Gross receipts. included on Form 990, Part VIII, line 12, for public use of club facilities 10b
11 SectIon 501(c)(12) organizations. Enter:
a Gross income from members or shareholders 11a
b Gross Income Irom other sources (Do not net amounts due or paid to other sources against
amounts due or received from them.) L.,;..1.:..;::-..J.. -l 1b
12a Section 4947(a)(1) non-exempt charitable trusts. Is the organization tiling Form 990 in lieu of FOrm,1041?i __
b If Yes, enter the amount 01 tax-exempt Interest received or accrued dunng the year L..,.;.;12=b:::.J., --1
13 Section 501(c)(29) qualifIed nonprofit health Insurance Issuers.
a Is the organization licensed to Issue qualified health plans in more than one state? ....
13a
Note. See the instructions tor addttlonallnformatlon the organization must report on Schedule O.
b Enter the amount of reserves the organization is required to maintain by the states in which the
organization is licensed to issue qualified health plans... ... . /13b I
c Enter the amount of reserves on hand.......... . . 1L.-;.13c=..L-. +-_+-_4-."."._
148 Did the organization receive any payments for indoor tanning services during the tax year? _.. 14a X
b It Yes has it filed a Form 720 to report these oavments? If "No," provide an explanation in Schedule 0 14b
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ovemance, anagement, an ISC osure For each 'Yes" response to lines 2 through lb below. and for a 'No' response
to line 88. 8b, or lOb below, describe the circumstances. processes, or changes in Schedule O. See instructions.
Check if Schedule 0 contains a respOnse to any Question in this Part VI ...
Section A. Governing Body and Management
Yel No
18 Enter the number of voting members of the governing body at the end of the tax year . 1r--;1..;;;a_+-I
b Enter the number of voting members included in line' 8, above, who are independent ... .... 6-1
2 Did any officer, director, trustee, or key employee have a family relationship or a business relationship with any other
officer, director, trustee, or key employee? .. 2 X
3 Old the organization delegate control over management duties customarily performed by or under the direct supervision
of officers, directors or trustees, or key employees to a management company or other person? X
4 Did the organization make any significant changes to its governing documents since the pror Form 990 was filed? ...
3
X
5 Old the organization become aware during the year of a significant diversion of the organization's assets? ....
4
X
6 Does the organization have members or stockholders? . .. . .
5
X
7a Does the organization have members, stockholders, or other persons who may elect one or more members of the
governing body? . .. ... '" . , '" '" ...... ... .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .
8
X
b Are any decisions of the governing body sUbject to approval by members, stockholders, or other persons? .. . .
7.
X
8 Old the organization contemporaneously document the meetings held or written actions undertaken during the year
by the following:
8 The govemlng body? ............., .. , '.... , ..
7b
X
b Each committee with authority to act on behalf of the governing body? . .
sa
X
9 Is there any officer. director, trustee, or key employee listed in Part VII, Section A, who cannot be reached at the
orQanlzatlon's maillna address? If 'Yes provide the names and addresses in Schedule 0 . , ,
Bb
X 9
Section B Policies (This Section B requests information about policies not required by the Internal Revenue Code.)
Yea No
108 Does the organization have local chapters. branches, or aHiliates? ,........... , . X
b If 'Yes,' does the organIzatIon have written policIes and procedures governing the activities of such chapters, affiliates,
and branches to ensure their operations are consistent with those of the organization? . ..
10.
10b
118 Has the organization prOVided a copy of this Form 990 to all members of its governing body before filing the form? ... X
b Describe in Schedule 0 the process, if any, used by the organization to review this Form 990.
12a Does the organization have a written conflict of interest policy? If No, go to line 13... . ..... ...... .. ......
11a
X
bAre oHicers, directors or trustees, and key employees required to disclose annually Interests that could give rise
to conflicts? .........' '" , .
12a
,2b X
c: Does the organization regularly and consistently monitor and enforce compliance with the polley? If Yes, " describe
in SchedUle 0 how thIs is done .. . ....................' .. X
13 Does the organization have a written whlstleblower policy? " ... .
12c
X 13
X
15 Old the process for determining compensation of the following persons include a review and approval by Independent
persons, comparability data, and contemporaneous substantiation of the deliberation and decision?
14 Does the organization have a written document retention and destruction policy? " .. .. . . 14
The organization's CEO, Executive Director, or top management official . X
b Other officers or key employees of the organization .. .. .
15.
X 15b
b
Sec
taxable entity during the year? . .. .
If Yes, has the organization adopted a written policy or procedure requiring the organization to evaluate its participation
in joint venture arrangements under applicable federal tax law, and taken steps to safeguard the organization's
exempt status with respect to such arrangements?
tIon C. DIsclosure
.
16.
'6b
X
17 List the states with which a copy of this Form 990 is required to be filed NY
If 'Yes' to line 15a or 15b, describe the process in SchedUle O. (See instructions.)
16. Old the organization Invest in, contribute assets to, or participate In a Joint venture or similar arrangement with a

18 Section 6104 requires an organization to make its Forms '023 (or 1024 if applicable), 990, and 900T (501 (c)(3)s only) available for
pUblic Inspection. Indicate how you make these available. Check all that apply.
o Own website 0 Another's website 00 Upon request
19 Describe in Schedule 0 wtlether (and if so, how), the organization makes its governing documents, conflict of interest polley, and financial
statements avaUable to the pUblic.
20 State the name, physical address, and telephone number of the person who possesses the books and records of the organization:
KRISTEN TITUS - 212-334-9104 ----
113 SPRING STREET 3RD FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10012
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ompensatlon 0 cers, rectors, rustees, ey
Employees, and Independent Contractors
Check it Schedule 0 contains a response to any question in this Part VII . . . . .
Section A. OffIcers, Directors, Trulte, Key Employ...! and Highest Compensated Employees
1a Complete this table lor all persons required to be listed. Report compensation lor the calendar year ending with or within the organization's tax year.
List all of the organlzatic:tl's current officers, directors, trustees (whether individuals or organizations), regardless 01 amount of compensation.
Enter .0- in columns (0), (E), and (F) if no compensation was paid.
Ust all ot the organization's current key employees, If any. See instructions for definition of key employee."
List the organization's five current highest compensated employees (other than an cHicer, director, trustee, or key employee) who received reportable
compensation (Box 5of Form W2 and/or Box 7of Form 1099-MISC) of more than $100,000 from the organization and any related organizations.
Ust all of the organization's former officers, key employees. and highest compensated employees who recelved more than $100,000 of
reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations.
Ust all of the organization's former dlrKtors or trustees that received. In the capacity as a former director or trustee of the organization,
more than $10,000 of reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations.
Ust persons in the following order: individual trustees or directors; institutional trtJstees; officers; key employees; highest compensated employees;
and former such persons.
o Check this box if neither the orQanlzation nor an." related orQanizatlon comoensated anv current officer. director, or trustee.
(A) (B) (C) (D) IE) IF)
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TREASURER 1.00 X X
JIM PALLOTTA
BOARD MEMBER 1.00 X
CHRIS BISHXO
BOARD MEMBER 1.00 X
WILL REYNOLDS
BOARD MEMBER 1.00 X
SUSAN MCCUR
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ASSISTANT TRUS. NON-VOTING MEMBER 40.00 X X
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IPart VIII Section A. Officers Directors. Trustees Key Employees, and Highest Compensated Emplo, e.. (continued)
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d Total (add lines 1b and 1c) .".......................................... ......... .........
2 Total number of Individuals (Including but not ~ m i t e d to those listed above) who received more than $100,000 in reportable
compensation from the oraanization ~
3 Did the organization list any former officer, director or trustee, key employee, or highest compensated employee on
line 1a1 If Yes, complete Schedule J for such individual
........................... ... ..... . .. .. . . . ... ..... ........
." ...... . .......
4 For any individual listed on line 1a. is the sum of reportable compensation and other compensation from the organization
and related organizatIons greater than $150,0001 If Yes. " complete Schedule J for such individual .. '" .
.. ... . .... ..........
5 Did any person listed on line 1a receive or aCCNe compensation from any unrelated organization or individual for services
rendered to the orQanization1 If 'Yes, complete Schedule J for such person .... ............................................................. .....
Section B. Independent Contractors
1 Complete this table for your five highest compensated independent contractors that received more than $100.000 of compensation trom
the organization.
NONE
(A) (8)
Name and business address Description of services
2 Total number of independent contractors (including but not limited to those listed above) who received more than
$100 000 in comoensation from the oroanizatlon ~ 0
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1c Fundraising events
1d Related organizations
....
18 Government grants (contributions)
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and
similar amounts not included above 1f
NonC3sl1 conlrlbullons included 'n line. ,.-11: S
Total. Add lines 1a1 f ............. ...... ....... ..
.....
2,639,686
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All other program service revenue ...............
Total. Add fines 2a21 ........................... ................ .......
Investment income (including dividends, interest, and
other similar amounts) ....................................... ...........
2,076. 2,076.
Income from Investment of tax exempt bond proceeds
Royalties ........ ................. ............ , ........ ........... ., ....
{i)Real (ii) Personal
Gross Rents
29,903.
." ............... ,
Less: rental expenses ......
Rental income or (loss) 29,903.
Net rental Income or (loss) .. .......... .......
29,903. 29,903.
(I) Securities (Ii) Other
assets other than inventory
Less: cost or other basis
and sales expenses
Gross amount from sales of
..... ...
Gain or (loss)
. .., . . .. .. .. . . ... ..
Net gain or (loss) ........ ...... . ... . . .. ............ " ..... ., .........
Gross Income from fundralsing events (not
Including $ of
contributions reported on line 1c). See
Part IV, line 18
... " ........ . ... . ... . . .... . ...
a
Less: direct expenses ........ .... ..... ...
b
Net income or (loss) from fundralsing events ..... .........
Gross income from gaming activities. See
Part IV, line 19 a
Less: direct expenses b
Net income or (Joss) from gaming activities ...... ....... ...
Gross sales of inventory. less returns
and allowances .

Less: cost of goods sold
......
b
.. . .......
Net income or (loss) from sales of inventory ....
Miscellaneous Revenue Business Code
All other revenue
Total. Add 11a-11d

Tota' revenue. See instructions.
.. ,
2,671,665. O. ' O. 31,979.
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Pa e 10 INC. 27 - 17 46 715
Do not Include amounts reported on line. 6b,
7b, ab, 9b. and lOb of Part VIII.
1
Grants and other assistance to governments and
organizations in the U.S. See Part IV, line 21 .....
2
Grants and other assistance to individuals in
the U.S. See Part IV, line 22 .... , ............. . .
3
Grants and other assistance to govemments,
organizations, and individuals outside the U.S.
See Part IV, lines 15 and 16. . . .....
4 Benefits paid to or ror members .. ...
5
Compensation or current officers, directors,
trustees, and key employees ...
6
Compensation not included above, to disqualified
persons (as defined under section 4958(f)( 1)) and
persons described in section 4958(c)(3)(B)
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..
7 Other salaries and wages ..... , ...... ..
8
Pension plan contributions (include section 401(k)
and section 403(b) employer contributions)
.........
9 Other employee benefits
................ .............
10 Payroll taxes
....... ... . .. ... . ' ..... , .... , ..........
11 Fees for services (nonemployees):
a Management ................................. ..............
b Legal ....... ............... ..... ...... . . ..., ....... ......
c Accounting ................................... ..............
d Lobbying ......................................................
e
Professional fundraising services. See Part IV, line 17
f Investment management fees ........................
9
Other ............................................................
12 Advertising and promotion .... ,. ................... '
13 Office expenses ....... ,'" ............... ..................
14 Information technology ......
.... ....... ............
15 Royalties. . .. .. ....... ...... ..... .......
16 Occupancy
........ . . . . . ." ....... ........... ..............
17 Travel .... . .............
18 Payments of travel or entertainment expensea
for any federal, state, or local public officials
19 Conferences, conventions, and meetings
......
20 Interest , .... ...
21 Payments to affiliates ... ........
22
Depreciation. depletion, and amortization
.....
23 Insurance
.......... ..... ...... ...... . ... ......
24
Other expenses. Ilermze expenses not covered
above. (List miscellaneous expenses in line 241. It line
24f amount exceeds 10% of line 25, column (A)
amount, list line 24f expenses on Schedule 0.) .....
a
NON CAPITALIZED PROPERT
b
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
c
CREDIT CARD AND PROCESS
d
CONTRIBUTIONS
e
f All other expenses
25
Tot.1 functlon.1 expenlel. Add lines 1through 241
26
Joint cOltl. Check here U if following SOP
98-2 (ASC 958-720). Complete this line only If the
orgamzation reported in column (B)cfrint costs from a
combined educational campaign an lundraising
solicitation ... ....'...... .. "
(AI
Total expenses
eXDenses
(e)
Management and
general expenses

expenses
148,681. 92,044. 25,888. 30,749.
289,564. 277,434. 10,345. T,-,--g-s-.
11,873. 10,009. 983. a-BT
37,257. 31,412. 3,079. 2,766.
1,240. I,240.
29,606. 11,119. 17,632. 855.
7,078. 6,016. 1,062.
5,136. 5,136.
25,511. 19,085. 5,232.
32,1-40. 19,862.
102,956. 86,801. 8,512. 7,643.
18,332. 9,166. -g-, -roo.
7,042-. 4,929. 353. 1,760.
30,819. 29,926. 469.

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9,088. 7,662. 751. -675.
7,061. 4,942. 1,766. 353.
6,377. 638. -5,739.
5,572. 5,572.
780,564. 627
76,505. 76,654.
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Form 990 (2010)
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
I Part X I Balance-Sneet
27-1746715 PaQ811
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Beginning of year
(A)
End of year
blri.
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2 Savings and temporary cash investments
1 Cash noninterestbearing ........ .. .... . . .....

2
3
4 Accounts receivable. net ........ . ...... ........ ... ....
3 Pledges and grants receivable. net
4
5
Receivables from current and former officers, directors. trustees. key
employees. and highest compensated employees. Complete Part II
of Schedule L .. . ,.' ..... " . .......... .................... ....... ......
5
6 Receivables from other disqualified persons (as defined under section
4958(f)(1, persons described In section 4958(c)(3)(B). and contnbuting
employers and sponsoring organizations of section 501(c)(9) voluntary
employees' beneficiary organiZations (see instructions) .. .. ........ ....... , ...... 8
7 Notes and loans receivable. net .. ..... .. , .... ........ ..... ..
7
8
9 Prepaid expenses and deferred charges ........... ..... , ... ........ ." .................
8 Inventories for sale or use ........ .............. ....... ............ . .... ,
9,677.
9
lOa Land, buildings, and equipment: cost or other
basis. Complete Part VI of Schedule 0
46,979.
10a
5,678. O. 41,301. 10b 10C
b Less: accumulated depreciation
11
12 Investments other securities. See Part IV, line 11 ...
11 Investments publicly traded securities .....
12
13 Investments programrelated. See Part IV, line 11 ...... . ...........
13
14 Intangible assets .. . -, .......... ...... ....... .... ... ...............
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38,30Z.
15 Other assets. See Part IV, line 11
......... " ...... ....... ..... . ....... ..... ..... ' .............
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16 Total assets. Add lines 1 throUQh 15 (must equal line 34) .. .... ................... 16
17
18 Grants payable ..................................................... ......... ........ ...................
17 Accounts payable and accrued expenses ........... .............. ............. .............
18
19 Deferred revenue ................................................... ......................... .............
19
20 Tax-exempt bond liabilities
..... .............................................. " ............ ... 20
21 Escrow or custodial account liability. Complete Part IV of Schedule D ... ..... 21
22 Payables to current and former officers. directors, trustees, key employees.
highest compensated employees, and disqualified persons. Complete Part II
of Schedule L
... ..................................... .............. ......... ........ ... 22 -
23 Secured mortgages and notes payable to unrelated third parties
" .
...... , ..... 23
24 Unsecured notes and loans payable to unrelated third parties . ..... ...... . 24
25 Other liabilities. Complete Part X of Schedule D ... 25
28 Total liabilities. Add lines 17 throuQh 25 .. ........... " .......... , .... ..............
O. 70,078.
Or9anlzatlons that folloW SFAS 117, check here IXJ and complete
lines 27 through 29, and lines 33 and 34
27 Unrestricted net assets ........ ....... ........ ..... .. , ... . ..... . .... ....... ..... .. ..... . ...
26
1,891,101. 'Z1
28 28 Temporarily restricted net assets .. . ..... .. . ..... ....... .. . ....
29 Permanently restricted net assets ........ 29

Organizations that do not follow SFAS 117, check here
complete lines 30 through 34.
30 Capital stock or trust principal, or current funds 30
31 Paidin or capital surplus, or land, building, or equipment fund . 31
32 Retained eamings, endowment, accumulated income. or other funds 32
33 Total net assets or fund balances
1, 9T, 1 . O. 33
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Check if Schedule 0 contains a response to any question in this Part XI o
1 Total revenue (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12)
2 Total expenses (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)
3 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 2 from line 1
4 Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (must equal Part X, line 33, column (A
5 Other changes in net assets or fund balances (explain in Schedule 0)
6 Net assets or fund balances at end of ear. Combine lines 3, 4, and 5 must ual Part X, line 33, column B
art Financial Statements and Reporting
Check jf Schedule 0 contains a response to any question in this Part X I .. . .
1 Accounting method used to prepare the Form 990: 0 Cash 00 Accrual D Other
'f the organization changed its method of accounting from a prior year or checked "Other, explain in Schedule O.
Yes No
2a
...
Were the organization's financial statements compiled or revieWed by an independent accountant? .. . . 2a X
b
c
....
Were the organization's financial statements audited by an independent accountant? .. . .
If Yes to line 2a or 2b, does the organization have a committee that assumes for oversight of the aUdit,
2b X
d
3a
b
review, or compilation of its financial statements and selection of an independent accountant? .. .
If the organization changed either Its oversight process or selection process during the tax year, explain in Schedule O.
If Yes to line 2a or 2b, check a box below to indicate whether the financial statements for the year were issued on a
basis, consolidated basis, or both:
LXJ Separate basis 0 Consolidated basis 0 Both consolidated and separate basis
As a result of a federal award, was the organization required to undergo an audit or audits as set forth in the Single Audit
Act and OMB Circular A133? ..
If Yes, did the organization undergo the required audit or audits? If the organization did not undergo the required audit
or audits exelain whv In Schedule 0 and describe anv stees taken to underao such audits.
2c X
Sa
3b
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SCHEDULE A
OMB No. 15450047
(Form 990 or 99O-EZJ
Public Charity Status and Public Support
Complete if the organization I. 8 section 501(cJ(3J organization or 8 section
20
Oepanmenl 01111. TrN8ury
Inlern" A.venu. servlC.
4947f a)( 1Jnonexempt charitable trust.
Attach to Form 990 or Form 99O-EZ. See sep..ate Instructions.
Open to Public
Inspection
Name of the organization
Emplover identification number
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC. 27-1746715
U Ie ar a us (All organizations must complete this part.) See instructions.
The onization is not a private foundation because it is: (For lines 1 through 11. check only one box.)
1 A church, convention of churches, or association of churches descnbed in section 17O(b)( 1)(A)(IJ.
2 0 A school described in section 17O(bJ(1){AJ(ii). (Attach Schedule E.)
3 0 A hospital or a cooperative hospital service organization described in se<:tion 170(bJ( 1){A)(iII).
4 0 A medical research organization operated in conjunction with a hospital deSCribed in section 17O(bJ(1)(A)(1II). Enter the hospital's name,
city, and state: _
5 0 An organization operated for the benefit of a college or university owned or operated by a govemmental unit described in
sectIon 170(bM1)tAJ(lv). (Complete Part II.)
6 0 A federal, state, or local govemment or governmental unit described in section 17O(b)( 1)(A)(v).
7 00 An organization that normaDy receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or from the general public described in
section 170(b)(1)(AJ(vl). (Complete Part II.)
8 0 A community trust described in section 170(b)(1)(AJ(vl). (Complete Part II.)
9 0 An organization that normally receives: (1) more than 33 1/3% of its support from contributions, membership fees, and gross receipts from
activities related to its exempt functions subject to certain exceptions, and (2) no more than 33 1/3% of its support from gross investment
Income and unrelated business taxable income (less section 511 tax) from businesses acquired by the organization atter June 30, 1975.
See section 509(aM2). (Complete Part III.)
10 0 An organization organized and operated exclusively to test for public safety. See section 509(8)(4).
11 0 An organization organized and operated exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, or to cany out the purposes of one or
more publicly supported organizations described in sedion 509(a)(1) or section 509(a)(2). See section 509(a)(3). Check the box that
describes the type of and complete Ijnes 11e through 11h.
a 0 Type I b U Type II c 0 Type III . Functionally integrated dO Type III . Other
eO By checking this box, I certify that the organization Is not controlled directly or indirectly by one or more disqualified persons other than
foundation managers and other than one or more publicly supported organizations described in section 509(a)(1) or section 509(a)(2).
If the organization received a written determination from the IRS that it is a Type I, Type II, or Type III
supporting organization, check this box . o
Since August 17,2006, has the organization accepted any gift or contribution from any of the following persons?
9
(I) A person who directly or Indirectly controls, eIther alone or together with persons described In (iij and below,
the govemlng body of the supported organization? .
(II) A family member of a person described in (9 above? .
(III) A 35% controlled enttty of a person described In (i) or (iij above?
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Provide the fol/owlng Information about the supported organization(s).
No Ves
(I) Name of supported
organization
(ii)EIN
(iii) Type of
organization
(described on lines 19
above or lAC section
iv) Is the organizatiOn
n col. (i) listed in your
document?
(v) Did you notify the
organization in col.
Ii) of your suppor!?
(vi) Is the
organization In col.
(i) organized in the
U.S.?
(vii) Amount of
support
(lee inltruetlonl))
Ve. No Ve. No Yes No
Total
LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see thelnslructlons for
Form 990 or 99O-EZ.
Schedule A (Form 990 or 99O-EZ) 2010
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Calendar year (or f l l ~ . 1 year beginning In). (8)2006 lb) 2007 Ie) 2008 (d) 2009 (e) 2010 (f) Total
1
Gifts, grants, contributions, and
membership fees received. (Do not
include any unusual grants.")
.....
2639686. 2639686.
2 Tax revenues levied for the organ
ization's benefit and either paid to
or expended on its behalf
3 The value of services or facilities
furnished by a governmental unit to
the organization without charge
4 Total. Add lines 1 through 3
2639686. 2639686.
5 The portion of total contributions
by each person (other than a
governmental unit or publcly
supported organization) included
on line 1 that exceeds 2% of the
amount shown on line 11,
column (n
...... . . . ...... ....
6 Public suPPort. Subtract IInl 5 Irom lin. 4. 2639686.
Section B. Total Support
Calendar year (or 111cal year beginning in).
7 Amounts from line 4 ..... .........
8 Gross income from interest,
dividends, payments received on
securities loans, rents, royalties
and income from similar sources ..
9 Net Income from unrelated business
actiVities, whether or not the
business Is regularly carried on
10 Other Income. Do not include gain
or loss from the sale of capital
assets (Explain in Part IV.) ...... ....
11
Total support. Add lines 7 lhrough 10
la) 2006 Ib)2007 (d) 2009 (e) 2008 (e) 2010 If) Total
2639686. 2639686.
31,979. 31,979.
2671665.
12 I 12 Gross receipts from related activities, etc. (see Instructions) ........ ...... , .... .. . ..... . ......... ............. .... ....
13 FIrst five years. If the Fonn 990 is for the organization's first, second, third, fourth, or fifth tax year as a section 501(c)(3)
or anlzatlon check this box and st here _.....
ec IOn ompu a Ion 0 u IC uppo ereen age
14 Public support percentage tor 2010 (line 6, column (t) divided by line 11, column (t) 1--14-+ %...;.
15 Public support percentage from 2009 Schedule A, Part II, line 14 ., . . L..-.C.-15::......L . . . ; . ~ . . . ; . o
16a 33 1/3% support teat - 2010.1f the organization did not check the box on line 13, and line 141s 331/3% or more, check this box and
stop here. The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization
b 33 1/3% support test - 2009.lf the organization did not check a box on Ijne 13 or 16a, and line 15 is 33 1/3% or more. check this box
and stop here. The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization 0
178 10% -facts-and-circumstances test - 2010.1t the organization did not check a box on line 13. 16a, or 16b, and line 14 is 10% or more,
and if the organization meets the "facts-and-circumstances test, check this box and stop here. Explain in Part IV how the organization
meets the "factsandcircumstances" test. The organization qualifies as a pUblicly supported organization 0
b 10% -facts-and-clrcumstances test - 2009.11 the organization did not check a box on line 13, 16a, 16b, or 17a. and line 15 is 10% or
more, and if the organization meets the "facts-andcircumstances test, check this box and stop here. Explain in Part IV how the
organization meets the facts-andcircumstances test. The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization .0
18 Private foundation. If the organization did not check a box on line 13, 16a, 16b. 17a, or 17b, check this box and see instructIons .0
Schedule A (Form 990 or 99O-EZ) 2010
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Qualify under the tests listed below olease comolete Part ILl
Section A. Public Support
Calendar year (or fileal year beginning in) ~ (8) 2006 lb) 2007 Ic12008 (d) 2009 (e) 2010 If) Total
1 GiftS, grants, contributions, and
membership fees received. (Do not
include any unusual grants.) .
,
2 Gross receipts from admissions,
merchandise sold or services per
formed, or facilities furnished in
any activity that is related to the
organization's tax-exempt purpose
3
Gross receipts from activities that
are not an unrelated trade or bus
iness under section 513
............ ..
4 Tax revenues levied for the organ
Ization's benefit and either paid to
or expended on its behalf
.. , ......
5 The value of services or facilities
furnished by a govemmental unit to
the organization without charge
'"
6 Total. Add lines 1 through 5 ........
7a Amounts included on lines 1,2, and
3 received from disqualified persons
b Amounts included on linee 2 and 3received
from other than dISqualified persona thaI
eMceed the greeler of $5.000 Of 1'"' ollh.
amount on line 1310f Ihe year
.. ........... ...
c Add lines 7a and 7b ..... ...............
8 Public SUDDort ISllnrr:ltllln, t1rnmlin,81
Section B. Total Support
Calendar year (or f1aeal year beginning In) ~
9 Amounts from line 6 .....
Total
108 Gross income from interest,
dividends, payments received on
securities loans, rents, royalties
and income from similar sources .
b Unrelated business taxable income
(less section 511 taxes) from businesses
acquired after June 30, 1975
c Add lines 10a and 10b .
11 Net income from unrelated business
activities not Included in line 10b,
whether or not the business is
regUlarly carried on . .... . ...
12 Other income. Do not include gain
or loss from the sale of capital
assets (Explain in Part IV.)
13 Total support (Add lines 9. 10c. 11. and 12.)
15 Public support percentage for 2010 (line B, column (f) divided by line 13, column (f)) %
16 Public su rt ercenta e from 2009 Schedule A Part Ill, line 15 . . %
Section D. Com utation ot Investment Income Percenta e
17 Investment income percentage for 2010 (line 1Dc, column (f) divided by line 13, column (m %
18 Investment income percentage from 2009 Schedule A, Part Ill, line 17 18 %
19a 33 1/3% support teats 2010. If the organization did not check the box on line 14, and line 15 is more than 331/3%, and line 17 is not
more than 33 1/3%, check this box ar1d stop here. The organization qualifies as a pUblicly supported organization ~ D
b 33 1/3"/. support tests 2009. If the organization did not check a box on line 14 or line 19a, and line 16 is more than 33 1/3%. and
line 18 is not more than 33 1/3%, check this box and stop here. The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization ~ D
20 Private foundation. If the organization did not check a box on line 14, 19a, or 19b, check this box and see instructions D
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14 First five years. If the Form 990 is for the organization's first, second, third, fourth, or fifth tax year as a section S01(c){31 organization,
check this box and stop here ~ D
Section C. Com utation of Public Su ort Percenta e
Schedule B
(Form 990, 99O-EZ,
Of' 99O-PF)
Department 01 tile TreUUty
Inl8rnl' HeYBnUe Servicl
Schedule of Contributors
~ Attach to Form 990, 99O-EZ, or 99O-PF.
OMB No 15450047
2010
Name of the organization
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Employer identification number
27-1746715
Organization type (check one):
Fliers of: Section:
Form 990 or 990EZ 00 501(c)( 3) (enter number) organization
o 4947(a)(1) nonexempt charitable trust not treated as a private foundation
o 527 political organization
Form 990PF o 501 (c)(3) exempt private foundation
o 4947(a)(1) nonexempt charitable trust treated as a private foundation
o 501 (c)(3) taxable private foundation
Check if your organization is covered by the General Rule or a Special Rule.
Note. Only a section SOl (c)(7), (8), or (10) organization can check boxes for both the General Rule and a Special Rule. See instructions.
General Rule
00 For an organization filing Form 990, 990EZ, or 990PF that received, during the year, $5,000 or more (in money or property) from anyone
contributor. Complete Parts I and II.
Special Rules
o For a section 501 (c)(3) organization filing Form 990 or 990-EZ that met the 33 1/3% support test of the regulations under sections
509(a)(1) and 170(b){1)(A)(vO, and received from anyone contributor, during the year, a contribution of the greater 0' (1) $5,000 or (2) 2%
of the amount on (ij Form 990, Part VIII, line 1h or on Form 990EZ, line 1. Complete Parts I and II.
o For a section 501 (c)(7), (8), or (10) organization filing Form 990 or 99OEZ that received from anyone contributor, during the year,
aggregate contributions of more than $1,000 for use exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes, or
the prevention of cruelty to children or animals. Complete Parts I, II, and III.
o For a section 501 (c)(7). (8), or (10) organization filing Form 990 or 99QEZ that received from anyone contributor, during the year,
contributions for use exclusively for religious, charitable, etc., purposes, but these contributions did not aggregate to more than $1,000.
If this box is checked, enter here the total contributions that were received during the year for an exclusively religious, charitable, etc.,
purpose. Do not complete any of the parts unless the General Rule applies to this organization because it received nonexclusively
religious, charitable, etc., contributions of $5,000 or more during the year. .... ~ $ _
Caution. An organization that is not covered by the General Rule and/or the Special Rules does not file Schedule 8 (Form 990, 990EZ, or 990PF),
but it must answer No on Part IV, line 2 of its Form 990, or check the box on line H of its Form 990EZ, or on line 2 of its Form 99D-PF, to certify
that It does not meet the filing requirements of Schedule B (Form 990, 990EZ, or 990PF).
LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990, 99C)-EZ, or 99O-PF. Schedule B (Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF) (2010)
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SChedule B (Form 990. 99G-eZ. or 990PF1I2010J Page 1 0' 3 of Pan I
Employer identification number Name ot organization
27-1746715 JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Part I
(a)
No.
1
(a)
No.
2
--
(a)
No.
3
(a)
No.
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4
(a)
No.
5
(a)
No.
6
Contributors (see instructions)
(b)
Name, a d ~ e s s , and ZIP + 4
JOHN S. AND JAMES L. KNIGHT FOUNDATION
WACHOVIA FINANCIAL CENTER BUILDING
SOUTH BISCAYNE BLVD. SUITE 3300
MIAMI, FL 33131
(b)
Name, a d ~ e s s , and ZIP + 4
OMIDYAR NETWORK FUND INC.
1991 BROADWAY STREET SUITE 200
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063
(b)
Name, a d ~ e s s , and ZIP + 4
THE FORD FOUNDATION
320 EAST 43RD STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10017
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
JAMES PALLOTTA
50 ROWES WHARF, 6TH FLOOR
BOSTON, MA 02110
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
WALKER FAMILY FOUNDATION
301 PENNSYLVANIA PARKWAY, SUITE 400
INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46280-1396
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION
420 5TH AVENUE
NEW YORK, NY 10018
200
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 500,000.
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 500,000.
(d)
Type of contribution
Person !Xl
Payroll
0
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
Person
[Xl
Payroll
0
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
Person
[Xl
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
Person
IX]
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part 1/ if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 250,000.
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 250,000.
fc)
Aggregate contributions
(d)
Type of contribution
$ 250,000.
Person 00
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 150,000.
Person
IX]
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part 1/ if there
is a noncash contribution.)
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Schedul. B (Form 990. 99o-eZ, or 990-PF) (20 10) Page 2 01 3 01 P&r1 I
Employer Identification number Name of organization
27-1746715 JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Part I Contributors (see instructions)
(a)
No.
7
-
111
(a)
No.
8
--
20
(a)
No.
9
--
PO
SAN
(a)
No.
10
--
7
NEW
(a)
No.
555
PALO
11
--
(a)
No.
12
--
30
NEW
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
JOSHUA & ANITA BEKENSTEIN
FOUNDATION
HUNTINGTON AVENUE
BOSTON, MA 02199
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
JOEL CUTLER
UNIVERSITY ROAD, SUITE
CAMBRIDGE, MA 02138
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
DUSTIN MOSKOVITZ TRUST U/A
BOX 411407
FRANCISCO, CA 94141
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP +4
SACHA LEVY
WOOSTER STREET i2B
YORK, NY 10012
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
WENDY AND ERIC SCHMIDT
BRYANT STREET
'347
ALTO , CA 94301-1480
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
CHRISTOPHER RAY HUGHES
CROSBY STREET APT. 3A
YORK, NY 10013
(c)
Aggregate contributions
(d)
Type of contribution
CHARITABLE
$ 125,000.
Person 00
Payroll
0
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
Person
[Xl
Payroll
0
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II jf there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
Person 00
Payroll
0
Noncash
0
(Complete Part 1/ jf there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
Person
[Xl
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 100,000. 450
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 100,000.
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 100,000.
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 100,000.
Person 00
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part " if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(d)
Type of contribution
(c)
Aggregate contributions
$ 50,000.
Person 00
0
Payroll
Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
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Schedule B (Form 990. 990EZ. or 990PFI (2010)
Name 0' organization
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Part I
(a)
No.
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13
(a)
No.
14
(a)
No.
15
(a)
No.
16
--
(a)
No.
17
--
(a)
No.
--
Contributors (see instructions)
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
RICHMOND SUSTAINABILITY FUND
12 EAST 49TH STREET, 40TH FLOOR
NEW YORK, NY 19911
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
THE GOLDHIRSH FOUNDATION
101 FEDERAL STREET, FLOOR #14
BOSTON, MA 02110
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
MATT COHLER
2480 SAND HILL ROAD, SUITE 200
MENLO PARK, CA 94025
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
RICHARD SCHADEN
ISIS ARAPAHOE STREET TOWER ONE,
FLOOR
DENVER, CO 80202
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
JOSHUA KUSHNER
300 MERCER STREET, 19J
NEW YORK, NY 10003
(b)
Name, address, and ZIP + 4
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Employer identification number
21-1746715
(c) (d)
Aggregate contributions Type of contribution
Person 00
Payroll
0
$ 50,000. Noncash
0
(Complete Part II it there
is a noncash contribution.)
(c) (d)
Aggregate contributions Type of contribution
Person 00
Payroll
0
$ 50,000. Noncash
0
(Complete Part II 11 there
is a noncash contribution.)
(c) (d)
Aggregate contributions Type of contribution
Person 00
0
Payroll
$ 25,000. Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is anoncash contributkm.)
(c) (d)
Aggregate contributions Type of contribution
Person
IX]
10TH
0
Payroll
$ 25,000. Noncash
0
(Complete Part 1\ it there
is a noncash contribution.)
(c) (d)
Aggregate contributions Type of contribution
Person
[Xl
0
Payroll
$ 10,000. Noncash
0
(Complete Part II if there
is a noncash contribution.)
(c) (d)
Aggregate contributions Type of contribution
Person 0
Payroll
0
$ Noncash
D
(Complete Part II it there
is a noncash contribution.)
Schedufe B{form 990, 990EZ, or 990-PF) (2010)
INTERNATIONAL, INC.
9049_1
JUNO INTERNATIONAL, INC. 27-1746715
Part II Noncash Property (see instructions)
(a)
No.
from
Part I
(b)
Description of noncash property given
(c)
FMV (or estimate)
(see instructions)
(d)
Date received
--
(a)
No.
from
Part I
(b)
Description of noncash property given
$
(c)
FMV (or estimate)
(see Instructions)
(d)
Date received
--
(a)
No.
from
Part I
(b)
Description of noncash property given
$
(c)
FMV (or estimate)
(see Instructions)
(d)
Date received
--
(a)
No.
from
Part I
(b)
Description of noncash property given
$
(c)
FMV (or estimate)
(see Instructions)
(d)
Date received
--
(a)
No.
from
Part I
(b)
Description of noncash property given
$
(c)
FMV (or estimate)
(S88 Instructions)
(d)
Date received
--
(a)
No.
from
Part I
(b)
Description of noncash property given
$
(c)
FMV (or estimate)
(see Instructions)
(d)
Date received
--
$
023453 1223-10 Schedule B(Form 1190, 990-EZ, or 990-PF) (2010)
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of Part III
.r
$1000 or less tor the vear. (Enter this information once. See instructions.) ~ S
( ~ ) N O .
from
Part I
Cb) Purpose of gift (c) Use of gift (d) DescrlpUon of how gift is held
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Ce) Transfer of gift
Transferee's name ada-ess and ZIP + 4 RelationshIp of transferor to transferee
C ~ ) N o .
(b) Purpose of gift (e) Use of gift (d) Description of how gift Is held from
Part I
--
(e) Transfer of gift
Transferee's name ada-ess. and ZIP + 4 Relationship of transferor to transferee
C ~ ) N o .
(c) Use of gift from Cb) Purpose of gift (d) Description of how gift Is held
Part I
--
(e) Transfer of gift
Tranlferee's name, ada-ess. and ZIP + 4 Relationship of transferor to transferee
( ~ ) No.
from (b) Purpose of gift (c) Use of gift {d) Description of how gift Is held
Part I
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Ce) Transfer of gift
Transferee's name adc*"ess and ZIP + 4 Relationship of transferor to transferee
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SCHEDULE D
(Form 990)
oep.rtment ollhe Treasury
Inte,ne' Revenue SeNice
Supplemental Financial Statements
~ Complete If the organization answered "Ves," to Form 990,
Part IV, line e, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12
~ Attach to Form 990. ~ See sep..ate Instructions.
OMB No. 1545-0047
2010
Open to Public
Inspection
Name of the organization Employer identification number
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC. 27-1746715
rganizations Maintaining Donor Advised Funds or Other Similar Funds or Accounts. Complete if the
organization answered Yes to Form 990 Part IV line 6
1 Total number at end of year ......... .... , .......... .. ,,, .........
2 Aggregate contributions to (during year)
3 Aggregate grants from (during year)
....
4 Aggregate value at end of year
la) Donor advised funds Ib) Funds and other accounts
5 Old the organization inform all donors and donor advisors in writing that the assets held in donor advised fLl1ds
are the organization's property, subject to the organization's exclusive legal control? .. D Ves 0 No
6 Did the organization inform aM grantees, donors, and donor advisors in Writing that grant funds can be used only
for charitable purposes and not for the benefit of the donor or donor advisor, or for any other purpose conferring
im ermissible rivate benefit? 0 Ves 0 No
Conservation Easements. Complete if the organization answered Yes to Form 990, Part IV, line 7, Part II
1 Purpose(s) of conservation easements held by the organization (check all that apply).
o Preservation of land for public use (e.g., recreation or education) 0 Preservation of an historically important land area
o Protection of natural habitat 0 Preservation of a certified historic structure
o Preservation of open space
2 Complete lines 2a through 2d if the organization held a qualified conservation contribution In the form of a conservation easement on the last
day of the tax year.
a Total number of conservation easements . , ..
b Total acreage restricted by conservation easements .. ..
c Number of conservation easements on a certifIed historic structure included in (8) , .
d Number of conservation easements included in (c) acquired after 8117/06, and not on a historic structure
listed In the National Register . ..
3 Number of conservation easements modified, transferred, released, extinguished, or terminated by the organization during the tax
year ~ _
Held at the End oune Tax Year
2a
2b
2c
2d
4 Number of states where property subject to conservation easement is located ~
5 Does the organization have a written policy regarding the periodic monitoring, inspection, handling of
violations, and enforcement of the conservation easements It holds? . 0 Ves ONo
e Staff and volunteer hours devoted to monitoring, Inspecting, and enforcing conservation easements during the year ~
7 Amount of expenses incurred In monitoring, inspecting, and enforcing conservation easements during the year ~ $ _
8 Does each conservation easement reported on line 2(d) above satisfy the requirements of section 170(h)(4}(B)(i)
and section 170(h)(4)(B}(ii)? . 0 Ves D No
9 In Part XIV, describe how the organization reports conservation easements in its revenue and expense statement, and balance sheet, and
include, if applicable, the text of the footnote to the organization's financial statements that describes the organization's accounting for
conservation easements.
1Part III I Organizations Maintaining Collections of Art, Historical Treasures, or Other Similar Assets.
Complete if the organization answered Yes to Form 990, Part IV, line 8.
18 If the organization elected, as permitted under SFAS 116 (ASC 958), not to report in its revenue statement and balance sheet works of art,
historical treasures, or other similar assets held for public exhibition, education, or research in furtherance of pUblic service, provide, in Part XIV,
the text of the footnote to its financial statements that describes these items.
b If the organization elected, as permitted under SFAS 116 (ASe 958), to report in its revenue statement and balance sheet works of art, historical
treasures, or other similar assets held for pUblic exhibition, education, or research In furtherance of public service. provide the following amounts
relating to these items:
(i) Revenues included In Form 990, Part VIII, line 1 .. .. ..... ..... ~ $ _
(II) Assets included in Form 990, Part X " ~ $ _
2 If the organization received or held works of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets for financial galn, provide
the following amounts required to be reported under SFAS 116 (ASe 958) relating to these items:
a Revenues included in Form 990, Part VIII, line 1
~ $-------
b Assets InclUded in Form 990, Part X
~ $-------
LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990.
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Or anizations Maintain'n Collections of Art, Historical Treasures, or Other Similar Assets (continued)
Using the organization's acquisition, accession, and other records, check any of the following that are a significant use of its collection items
(check all that apply):
a D Public exhibition
d D Loan or exchange programs
e 0 Other _
b 0 Scholarly research
c D Presel"lation for future generations
4 Provide a description ot the organization's collections and explain how they turther the organization's exempt purpose in Part XIV.
5 During the year, did the organization solicit or receive donations of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets
to be sold to raise funds rather than to be maintained as art of the or anlzatlon's collection? ..... .... ,........... 0 Yes DNo
Escrow and Custodial Arrangements. Complete if the organization answered Yes to Form 990, Part IV, line 9, or
reported an amount on Form 990, Part X, line 21.
Part IV
18 Is the organization an agent, trustee, custodian or other intermediary for contributions or other assets not included
on Form 990. Part X? . .
,DYes DNo
b It Yes, explain the arrangement In Part XIV and complete the following table:
Amount
c Beginning balance 1c
d Additlons during the year 1d
e Distributions during the year 1e
f Ending balance ,
11
28 Did the organization include an amount on Form 990. Part X, line 21?
b If 'Yes exolaln the arranaement In Part XIV.
I Part V
IEndowment Funds. Complete if the organization answered 'Yes' to Form 990, Part IV, line 10.
18 Beginning of year balance
........... .........
b Contributions ........... ,.... ' .. ' ............ .........
c Net investment earnings, gains, and losses
d Grants or scholarships
....... ... . .... .....
e Other expenditures for facilities
and programs
.............................. ........
1 Administrative expenses
........................
9
End of year balance ..............................
(a) Current vear lb) Prior vear Ic) Two years back (d) Three years back (e) Four years back
2 Provide the estimated percentage of the year end balance held as:
8 Board designated or quasi-endowment ~ %
b Permanent endowment ~ %
c Term endowment ~ %
3a Are there endowment funds not in the possession of the organization that are held and administered for the organization
by:
(I) unrelated organizations .
(i1) related organizations ,
b If Yes to 3a(il), are the related organizations listed as required on Schedule A? .
4 Describe In Part XIV the intended uses of the oraanizatlon's endowment funds.
I Part VI I Land, Buildings, and Equipment. See Form 990, Part X, line 10.
Description ot investment
1a Land
b Buildings
e Leasehold improvements ..
d Equipment
e Other. .. . ...
(a) Cost or other (b) Cost 0( other Ie) Accumulated (d) Book value
basis (investment) basis (other) depreciation
21,001. 3,705.
ZS-,978. 1,973.
Total. Add lines 1a throuQh 1e. (Column (d) must equal Form 990, Part X, column (8), line 10(e).) .
. ,., ....... .... ~
LJYes UNo
Yea No
3a1l)
3a(i1)
3b
17,296.
24,005.
41,301 .
Schedule 0 (Form 990) 2010
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Schedule D (Fonn 990) 2010 JUMO INTERNATIONAL , INC . 27 - 1746715 Page 3
IPart VIII Investments Other Securities. See Fonn 990, Part X. line 12.
(8) Description 01 security or category
(b) Book value
(including name of security)
Financial derivatives
Closely-held equity interests
Total. (Col (b) must equal Form 990, Part X, col (B) line 12.) ~
Ie) Method of valuation:
Cost or end-olyear mar1<et value
(1 )
(2)
(3) Other
(A)
(B)
(C)
(0)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
IPart Villi Investments Program Related. See Form 990. Part X line 13.
(e) Method of valuation:
(b) Book value (e) Description 01 investment type
Cost or end01-year mar1<et value
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Total. (Col (b) must eQual Form 990, Part X, col (8) line '3.) ~
IPart IX I Other Assets. See Fonn 990, Part X, line 15.
(a) Description
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Total. (Column (b) must equal Form 990, Part X, col (8) line 15.)
I Part X J Other Liabilities. See Fonn 990, Part X, line 25.
.... .... , ........... ........ ............ ........ . . ... ..
(e) Description of liability (b) Amount
1.
(1) Federal income taxes
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
Total. (Column (b) must equal Form 990, Part X. col (8) line 25.)
. ..'.... . .. ~
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2. FIN 48 (ASe 740).
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I Part XI I Reconciliation of Change in Net Assets from Form 990 to Audited Financial Statements
1 Total revenue (Form 990, Part VIII, column (Al, line 12) . .. 1 2, 671 , 665
2 Total expenses (Form 990. Part IX, column (A), line 25) 2 780 , 564
3 Excess or (deficit) for the year. Subtract line 2 from line 1 3 1 , 891 , 101
4 Net unrealized gains (losses) on investments . .. _
5 Donated services and use of facilities ... .-5;.-.t _
6 Investment expenses . .. . ... .. .-6;.-.t _
7 Prior period adjustments..... .-7_t _
8 Other (Describe In Part XIV.) 1-8;.-.t
9 Total adjustments (net). Add lines 4 through 8 . t-9'--t------r......"nr1'":r--:r-or-7 0,;,.'
10 Excess or /deflcit) for the year oer audited financial statements. Combine lines 3 and 9 .... 10 1 , 891 , 101
IPart XII I Reconciliation of Revenue per Audited Financial Statements With Revenue per Return
1 Total revenue, gains, and other support per audited financial statements 1--1_.--_2........:.,_7_9_--.;3,_3 __ 53_.
2 Amounts included on line 1 but not on Form 990, Part VIII, line 12:
a Net unrealized gains on investments.... 1--2_8--t-__
b Donated services and use of facilities . . .. 1_2_-.,; 1':.,.6 __
c Recoveries of prior year grants t-2_c-+
d Other (Describe in Part XIV.) ........2.. d ...
e Add lines 28 through 2d . . .. 1_;;2M1r_'_,.. 6-::18-.8..-.
3 Subtract line 2e from line 1 . 66_5;........
4 Amounts Included on Form 990, Part VIII, line 12, but not on line 1:
a Investment expenses not included on Form 990, Part VIJI, line 7b 1..-48__.'.. .......
b Other (Describe in Part XIV.) . . .......4b __""" --1
c Add lines 4a and 4b 4c 0
5 Total revenue. Add lines 3 and 40. (This musf equal Form 990, Part I, line 12.) 5 2 , 671 , 6 6 5
I Part Xliii Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited Financial statements With Expenses per Return
1 Total expenses and losses per audited financial statements . . t-1_t--__ __ 52_.
2 Amounts included on line 1 but not on Form 990, Part IX, line 25:
a Donated services and use of facilities . . 2a 121,688.
b Prior year adjustments , . 2b
c Other losses . . . .. . 2c
d Other (Describe In Part XIV.) . .. 2d
e Add lines 2a through 2d .. . __....,,1...,2....,1r-=-'.. 6 8,..,8.--.
3 Subtract line 2e from line 1 , .. . .. r--3--1 .. 7_ 80 ,_5,_64_.
4 Amounts included on Form 990, Part IX, line 25. but not on line 1:
a Investment expenses not includecl on Form 990, Part VII/,Iine 7b ....
..... I 4a I
b Other (Describe in Part XIV.) .. . 4b
c Add lines 4a and 4b . ... . 40 o.
5 Total exoenses. Add lines 3 and 4o.rrhis must eQual Form 990, Part I, line 18.)
I Part XlVI Supplemental Information
.
5 780,564.
Complete thIS part to prOVide the descriptions required for Part II, lines 3. 5, and 9; Part III. lines 1a and 4; Part IV, lines 1band 2b; Part V, line 4; Part
X. line 2; Part XI, line B; Part XII, lines 2d and 4b; and Part XIII, lines 2d and 4b. Also complete this part to provide any additional information.
Schedule 0 (Form 990) 2010
032054
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9049_1
SCHEDULE 0
(Form 990 or 99OEZ)
Department of ,,,. Tr.uwy
In,.,n" R.v.... u. ServIC.
Supplemental Information to Form 990 or 990-EZ
Complete to provide Information for response. to specifIC question. on
Form 990 or 99OEZ or to provide any addttlonallnformatlon.
~ Attach to Form 990 or 99O-EZ.
0"'18 No. 15450047
2010
Open to PUblic
Inspection
Name of the organization Employer identification number
JUNO INTERNATIONAL, INC. 27-1746715
FORM 990, PART III, LINE 1, DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION MISSION:
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC. (JUNO) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT
OPERATES A SOCIAL NETWORK CONNECTING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS
WORKING FOR GLOBAL CHANGE. JUMO ENABLES EVERYDAY PEOPLE TO FIND,
FOLLOW, AND SUPPORT THOSE WORKING TOWARD SOLUTIONS IN THEIR COMMUNITY
AND IN REGIONS AROUND THE WORLD.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION B, LINE 11: MANAGEMENT REVIEWED THE FORM 990
WITH THE AUDIT COMMITTEE AND WILL PRESENT IT TO THE FULL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRIOR TO FILING THE RETURN.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION B, LINE 12C: JUMO MONITORS THE CONFLICT OF
INTEREST POLICY BY ANNUAL DISCLOSURE FOR EACH BOARD MEMBER.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION B, LINE 15A: THE BOARD DISCUSSED, REVIEWED, AND
APPROVED THE COMPENSATION FOR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND TOP MANAGEMENT
OFFICIALS USING COMPARABLE DATA FROM OTHER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION C, LINE 19: THE GOVERNING DOCUMENTS, CONFLICT
OF INTEREST POLICY AND FINANCIAL STATEMTENTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
JUMO HAS AN AUDIT COMMITTEE THAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERSIGHT OF THE
AUDIT AND SELECTION OF THE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR.
lHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice. see the Instructlona for Form 990 or 99O-EZ. Schedule 0 (Form 990 or 99OEZ) (2010)
032211
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2010 DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION REPORT
FORM 990 PAGE 10 990
.
Assel Date Reduction In Bus% Basis For Accumulated Current Line I Unadjusted
No. Description life Acquired I Method No. Cost Or Basis hel Basis Depreciaoon Depreciation Sec 179
AND CHAIRS
DESK CHAIRS
GALANT TABLES
FILING CABINETS
aSTERS AND PHOTOS
MANAGER CHAIRS
ITCHEN APPLIANCES
FIXTURES
1 GALANT DESKS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
028102
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
61
6
3,587.
1,418.
2,545.
1,032.
2,219.
1,059.
4,450.
1,381.
6,427.
1,861.
2,492.
3,474.
2,413.
2,167.
2,250.
2,500.
1,109.
2,392.
3,587.
1,418.
2,545.
1,032.
2,219.
1,059.
4,450.
1,381.
6,427.1
1,861.1
2,492.1
3,474.1
2,413.1
2,167.1
2,250.1
2.500'1
1,109.
2,392.1
1
1
1
1
I
I
l
I
1
Current Year
Deducoon
427.
152.
242.
111.
211.
88.
265.
82.
I 306.
I 89.
I 692.
1 869.
I 469.
I 421.
1 375.
I
347.
93.
r 199.
0 5 ~ 1 1 0
(0) . Asset disposed
lTC, Section 179. Salvage. Bonus. Commercial Revitalization Deduction
26.1
2010 DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION REPORT
FORM 990 PAGE 10 990
.
Asset
No.
Description
Dale
Acquired
Method Lite
Line
No.
Unadjusted
Cost Or Basis
Bus%
Excl
Reduction In
Basis
Basis For
Depreciation
Accumulated
Depreciation
Current
Sec 179
Current Year
Deduction
19
pL t16 1,197. 1,197. 100.
20 rT PHONES
DIGITAL PROPERTY
Pl 3.00 116 1,006. 1,006. 140.
21
* TOTAL 990 PAGE 10
Kl2 flO 42 121,141. 121,141. 25,141.
!DEPR & AMORT 168,120. o. 168,120. O. o. 30,819.
028 '02

(0) . Asset disposed
ITC. Section 179. Salvage, Bonus. Commercial RevitalizatIOn Deduction
26.2
4562
FQfm
Depreciation and Amortization
990
(Including Information on Listed Property)
Oepar1menl 01 Ih. Traury
Inlemal Revenue S.,..,l<:e 199)
See separate InstructIons. Attach to your tax return.
Busine.. 01 activ,ty 10 wh,chlhi, form rela'"
Name(s) snown on rlllurn
14-0RM 990 PAGE 10
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
OMB NO. t545-0172
2010
Altachment
Sequence No. 87
ldent,ty,ng numb..
27-1746715
Election To Expente Certain Property Under Section 179 Note: If you have any listed property, complete Part V before you complete Part I.
I Part II
1 Maximum amount (see instructions) ...
2
Total cost of section 179 property placed in service (see instructions) ...... .......... . ... '
3
Threshold cost of section 179 property before reduction in limitation. ... . .. . .. ....... . . . .. .. . . . .... ..
4
Reduction in limitation. Subtract line 3 from line 2. If zero or less, enter.() ........ . ..... . . ., ..... .. ......
5
Dollar limil8tion for lax ye. Sublract Mne 4 Irom line I. 1I1ero 0I1e5l. enl., .0-. II married filing SlIparately. ,eelnstruction, ... .......... ........ . .... ,
la) Description of property (b) Cost (busonu, use only) tc) Elected cosl
6
7 Listed property. Enter the amount from line 29 . I 7
8
Total elected cost of section 179 property. Add amounts In column (c), lines 6 and 7 .
......... ...... ,
9
Tentative deduction. Enter the smaller of line 5 or line 8 . ....... . ......... ..................... ... .... . ...
10 Carryover of disallowed deduction from line 13 of your 2009 Form 4562
................ ........ .
11
Business Income limitation. Enter the smaller of business income (not less than zero) or line 5
........ ....
12 Section 179 expense deduction. Add lines 9 and 10, but do not enter more than line 11 ......... . . . .... . . . .
13 Carryover of disallowed deduction to 2011. Add lines 9 and 10, less line 12 ............ 13
1 500,000.
2
2,000,000. 3
4
5
8
9
10
11
12
Note: Do not use Part II or Part III below for listed property. Instead, use Part V.
I Part II I Special Depreciation Allowance and Other Depreciation (Do not Include listed property.)
14 Special depreciation allowance for qualified property (other than listed property) placed in service during
the tax year .
15 Property subject to section 168(f)(1) election
18 Other deoreciation (includina ACRS\ .
I Part III I MACRS Depreciation (Do not inckJde listed property.) (See Instructions.)

t--1.;;.5-+
18
_
"=""_
5 , 678 .
Section A
17 MACRS deductions for assets placed in service in tax years beginning before 2010 t-1..;.7--L. _
18 II you are electing 10 group any assets placed In service durin the tu ye.lnto one 01 mOle general ..eat accounts, check h.,e 0
Section B - Assets Placed In Service During 2010 Tax Vear Using the General Depreciation System
la) Cla..,lication of property
(b) Month and
y_placed
In
(c) Basis lor depreciation
(businesalinveetment use
only SM instructiona)
(dl Recovery
periOd
Ie) Convention If) Method (g) DeprecIation deduction
19a 3'year property
b S-year properly
c 7year property
d 1Oyear property
e
,
15-year property
20year property
g 2S-year properly 25 yrs. SIL
h Residential rental property
I 27.5 yrs. MM S/L
I 27.5 yrs. MM SIL
I Nonresidential real property
I 39 yrs. MM S/L
I MM SIL
SectIon C - Anets Placed In Service Owing 2010 Tax Ve8l' Using the Alternative Depreciation System
20a Class life
I
SIL
b
c
12'year
40year
12 yrs.
40 yrs.
S/L
MM SIL
I Part IV I Summary (See instructions.)
21 Listed property. Enter amount from line 28
........ ' .......... ...... . ............. .... , .. . .,.... . ... ......
22 Total. Add amounts from line 12, fines 14 through 17, lines 19 and 20 in column (9), and line 21.
Enter here and on the appropriate lines of your return. Partnerships and S corporations see instr.. .......
23 For assets shown above and placed in service during the current year, enter the
portion of the basis attributable to section 263A costs ...... ..... ..... . ..... .... . ... , . 1231
016251
21
22 5,678.
12.2'-10 LHA For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see separate InstructIons. Form 4562 (2010)
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Form 4562 (2010) JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC. 27-1746715 Page 2
Listed Property (Include automobiles, certain other vehicles, certain computers, and property used for entertainment, recreation, or
amusement.)
Note: For any vehicle for which you are using the standard mileage rate or deducting lease expense, complete only 24a, 24b, columns (a)
through (c) of Section A, al/ of Section 8, and Section C if applicable.
Section A - Depreciation and Other Information (Caution: See the instructions for limits for passenger automobiles )
24.
Do you have evidence to support the businessllnvestment use claimed? LJ Yes LJNo 24b If Yes," is the evidence written? U Yel L.J No
(e) (b) (e) (i) (1) (g) (h)
(d)
Ja) Bu. lOf deoreciallon Date Business/ Elected
Recovery Deprecialion Methodl Type 0 property Cost or
(bus,n...,'invulment
placed in Investment section 179
period deduction Convention (list vehicles first) other basis
use only)
use percentage service cost
Special depreciation allowance for qualified listed property placed in service during the talC year and
used more than 50% In a Qualified business use .. ........................ , .... . ......... , ...................... ... . . . . . ....... 125
..
26 Property used more thj 50% ,n" !""Iolled bus,n[i use:
I i
27 Property used 500/0 or less in a qualified business use:
% S ~
_
% S ~
% S ~
28
29
Add amounts in column (h), lines 25 through 27. Enter here and on line 21, page 1
Add amounts In column tn, line 26. Enter here and on line 7, paae 1
.......1....,;; [28;;.;;....1-.__--.._--1
I 29
Section B Information on Use of Vehlcl
Complete this section for vehicles used by a sole proprietor, partner, or other "more than 5% owner, or related person.
If you provided vehicles to your employees, first answer the questions in Section C to see If you meet an exception to completing this section for
those vehicles.
Total business/investment miles driven during the
year (do not include commuting miles)
30
........... .".
31 Total commuting miles driven during the year
..
32 Total other personal (noncommuting) miles
driven
.. ...... .... , ..... ........ .. .
33
Total miles driven during the year.
Add lines 30 through 32 ..... ............ .... . .... ....
34 Was the vehicle available for personal use
dUring offduty hours?
'"
...................... .........
35 Was the vehicle used primarily by a more
than 5% owner or related person?
... , ..............
36 Is another vehicle available for personal
use? ...............................................................
Answer these questions to determine if you meet an exception to completing Section B for vehicles used by employees who are not more than 5%
owners or related persons.
(a) (b) (c) (d) (8) (1)
VehIcle Vehicle Vehicle Vehicle Vehicle Vehicle
Ves No Yes No Ve. No Yes No Yes No Ves No
Section C Questions for Employers Who ProvIde Vehicles for Use by Their Employees
37 Do you maintain a written policy statement that prohibits all personal use of vehicles, inclUding commuting, by your
employees? .................. .. ... ............... ' .......... ......................... ..... .... ... .
38 Do you maintain a written policy statement that prohibits personal use of vehicles, except commuting, by your
employees? See the Instructions tor vehicles used by corporate officers, directors, or 1% or more owners
39 . .. .... . .... . .. .. .........
Do you treat all use of vehicles by employees as personal use?
40 Do you provide more than five vehicles to your employees, obtain information from your employees about
the use of the vehicles, and retain the information received?
...
41 Do you meet the reqUirements concerning Qualified automobile demonstration use? .
....
Note: If your answer to 37, 38, 39, 40, or 411s "Yes, "do not complete Section 8 for the covered vehicles.
Ve. No
I Part VI I Amortization
(a) (c) (d) (f)
I I I I (b) AmOl'tizabl. (e) Description 0' coSII 0111 alllol1lzadon Cod. AmOl'tization Amortilliion
I beolns
amount section
period or percentaQ'
JOl' tIlie yNi
42 Amortization of costs that begins dUring your 2010 tax year:
DIGITAL PROPERTY
ACQUISITION
43 Amortization of costs that began before yOlX 2010 talC year
44 Total. Add amounts in column . See the instructions for where to re ort
43
44
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2010 DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION REPORT
- CURRENT YEAR FEDERAL - JUKO INTERNATIONAL, INC
.
Current Current Year
I
Acquired
I
Method
I
No. Cost Or Basis Excl Basis
I Depreciation
Accumulated As...\ Reduction In Basis For I
Iune I Unadjusted I Bus % I
No. Description lrte
Depreciation Sec 179 Deduction
427.
6 I 1,418.
AND CHAIRS 103130nmgL 17.001161 3,587. 3,587.
152.
6 1 2,545.
1,418.
242.
104kl9110lSL 17.00 n.6 1 1,032.
2,545.
111.
TABLES 10 513111 OLsL 17.001161 2,219.
1,032.
211.
106111110lSL t7.001161 1,059.
2,219.
88.
4,450.1
1 I
4,450.
1,059.
265.
PHOTOS
00
8 7 L .00 6 1,3811
I I
1,381.1 1 1 82.
6 , 427.1 1 1 306.
1,861.1 I 1 89.
2,492.1 1 1 692.
3,474.1 1 I 869.
2,413.1 I I 469.
2,167.1 1 1 421.
2,250.1 I 1 375.
2,500.1 I I 347.
1,109.1 I I 93.
2,392.1 1 1 199.
028102
05-01-10
(0) . Asset disposed
lTC, Section 179. Salvage, Bonus. Commercial Revitakzation Deduction
DESK CHAIRS
GALANT
FILING CABINETS
OSTERS AND
MANAGER CHAIRS
ITCHEN APPLIANCES
FIXTURES 6,427.
1 GALANT DESKS 6 1,861.
1 OMPUTER
6 2,492.
1 OMPUTER
6 3,474.
1 OMPUTER
6 2,413.
1 OMPUTER
6 2,167.
1 OMPUTER
6 2,250.
1 OMPUTER
6 2,500.
1 OMPUTER
6 1,109.
1 OMPUTER
6 2,392.
2010 DEPREClATION AND AMORTIZATION REPORT
- CURRENT YEAR FEDERAL - JUNO INTERNATIONAL, INC .
AssaI
No. Description
Date
Acquired
Method life
Une
No
Unadjusted
Cost Or Basis
Bus%
Extl
.
Reduction In
Basis
Basis for
Depreciation
Accumulated
Depreciation
Currenl
Sec 179
Current Year
Deduction
19
;1.0 t16 1,197. 1,197. 100.
20 rJ PHONES
01 p,O
116 1,006. 1,006. 140.
PROPERTY
21
'* TOTAL 990 PAGE 10
P.O 42 121,141. 121,141. 25,141.
bEPR &: AHORT 168,120. o. 168,120. o. o. 30,819.
028102
05-01-10
(0) . Asset disposed
ITC. Section 179, Salvage, Bonus. Commercial Revitalization Deduction
Annual Filing for Charitable Organizations
New YOO< State Department of Law (Office of the Attorney General)
2010
Form CHAR500
Charities Bureau Registration Section
I n1S 'orm usea lor
120 Broadway
Open to Public
Article 7-A, EPTL and dual filers New YOO<, NY 10271
Inspection
(replaces forms CHAR 497,
http://www.charitlesnys.com
CHAR 010 and CHAR 006)
1. QenerBllnformatlon
a. For the fiscal year beginning (mmlddlyyyy)
o1/ 25/2010 and ending (mrnlddlyyyy) 12/31/2010
d. Fed. employer 10 no. (EIN) c. Name of organization b. Check if applicable for NYS:
27-1746715
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
o Address change
e. NY State registration no.
o Name change
425609
00 Initial filing
f. Telephone number Number and street (or P.O. box if mail not delivered to streel address)
IRoom/suite o Final filing
212 334-9104 113 SPRING STREET 3RD FL
o Amended filing
g. Email
NEW YORK, NY 10012
City or town, state or country and ZIP + 4 o NY registration pending
KRISTENiJUMO.COM
2. Certification Two Signaturel Required
We certify under penalties of perjury that we reviewed this report, Including all attachments, and to the best of our knOWledge and belief, they are
true, correct and complete in accordance with the laws of the State of New York applicable to this report.
MANAGING
I
KRISTEN TITUS DIRECTOR
Ia. President or Authorized Officer
I Signatur. Printed Nlme Dal.
''EXECUTIVE
CHRIS HUGHES DIRECTOR
I
Ib. Chief Financial Officer or Treas.
I Slgnllure -Pnnted Will'S Jill' Ull'
3. Annual Report Exemption Information
a.
Article 7-A annual report exemption (Article 7A registrants and dual registrants)
Check .0
if total contributions from NY State (Including residents, foundations, corporations, government agencies, etc.) did not exceed
$25,000 and the organization did not engage a professional fund raiser (PFR) or fund raising counsel (FAC) to solicit
contributions during this fiscal year.
NOTE: All organization may claim this exemption If no PFR or FRC was used and either: 1) it received an allocation from a
federated fund, United Way or incorporated comrrunlty appeal and contributions from other sources did not exceed
$25,000 ~ 2) it received all or substantially an of its contributions from one government agency to which It submitted an
annual report similar to that required by ArtIcle 7A.
b. EPTl. annual report exemption (EPTL registrants and dUal registrants)
Check.O if gross receipts did not exceed $25,000 and assets (market value) did not exceed $25,000 at any time during this fiscal year.
For EPTL or Article 7-A registrants claiming the annual report exemption under the one law under which they are registered and for dual registrants claiming the annual
report exemptions under both laws, simply complete part 1(General Information), part 2 (Certification) and part 3 (Annual Report Exemption Information) above.
Do notsubmit a fee, do not complete the following schedules and do notsubmit any attachments to this form.
4. Artlc'. 7A Schedu'"
If you did not check the Article 7A annual report exemption above, complete the following for this fiscal year:
a. Did the organilation use aprolesslonallund raIser, fund raising counselor commercial co-venturer for fund raising activity in NY State? o Yea- 00 No
- If -Yea-, complete Schedule 4a.
b. Did the organization receive government contributions (grants)? . o Yea- 00 No
- If -Yea-, complete Schedule 4b.
5. Fee Submitted: See last page for lummery of fee requlrementl.
Indicate the filing fee(s) you are submitting along with this form:
Submit only on. check or money order for the a. Article 7A filing fee .. , .... . .. ..... ........ $ 25.
tota' fll, payable to -NYS Department of LaW b. EPTL filing fee S 250.
c. Tota' fee S
275.
8. Attachments For organizations that are not claiming annual report exemptions under both laws, see last page for required attachments
068451
122710 1019 CHAR500-2010
1
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JUMO INTERNAT IONAL , INC.
5. Fee Instructions
The filing fee depends on the organization's Registration Type. For details on Registration Type and filing fees, see the Instructions for
Form CHAR500.
Organization's Registration Type ,;"F,;;,ee.;.;.;ln.;.;8;.;.tr;..;u;;.;c;.;.t1;.;;o.;.n,;;,s _
e Article 7A
Calculate the Article 7A filing fee using the table in part a below. The EPTL filing fee is $0.
e EPTL Calculate the EPTL filing fee using the table in pert b below. The Article 7A filing fee is SO.
e Dual Calculate both the Article lA and EPTL filing fees using the tables in part. a and b below. Add the Article 7A
and EPTL filing fees together to calculate the total fee. Submit a single check or money order for the total fee.
a) Article 7A filing fee
Total Support &Revenue Article 7A Fee
more than $250,000 $25
up to $250,000
$10
Any organization that contracted with or used the services of a professional fund raiser
(PFR) or fund raising counsel (FRC) during the reporting period must pay an Article 7A
filing fee of $25, regardless of total support and revenue.
b) EPTL fl/lng fee
Net Worth at End of Year EPTl Fee
Less than $50,000 $25
$50,000 or more, but less than $250,000 $50
$250,000 or more, but less than $1,000,000 $100
$1,000,000 or more, but Ie.. than $10,000,000 $250
$10,000,000 or more, but less than $50,000,000 $750
$50,000,000 or more $1500
6. Attachments - Document Attachment Check-List
Check the boxes for the documents you are attaching.
For All Fliers
Filing Fee
00 Single check or money order payable to NYS Department of Law
Copies of Intemal Revenue Sel"'Jice Forms
00 IRS Form 990
00 All required schedules (inclUding
Schedule B)
o IRS Form 990T
o IRS Form 99OEZ
o All required schedules (including
Schedule B)
D IRS Form 990T
o IRS Form 99O-PF
o All required schedules (including
Schedule B)
D IRS Form 990-T
Additional Article 7-A Document Attachment Requirement
Independent Accountant's Report
[X] Audit Report (total support & revenue more than $250,000)
o Review Report (total support &revenue $100,001 to $250,000)
o No Accountant's Report ReqUired (total support &revenue not more than $100.000)
1019
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Exhibit B
12
Jumo International
Budget vs. Actuals: P&L
January - June, 2011
Income
Direct Donation & Tips
Grants & Contributions
Interest Earned
Sublet Income
Donated Services Income
Total Income
Expenses
Personnel (Including taxes & benefits)
Consultant/Contract Services
Advertising & Marketing
Web Hosting & Software
Recruiting & Staff Development
Supplies & Other office expenses
Travel & Meetings
Accounting, Payroll Processing & Legal
Non-capitalized Property & EqUipment
Rent, Utilities, Occupancy costs
Internet Expenses
Insurance
Donated Legal Fees
Total Expenses
Net Operating Income
Other Expenses
Depreciation &Amortization
Miscellaneous Expense
Total Other Expenses
Net Income
Actual
930
1,002.500
3.852
27,775
14.868
1,049,924
474,019
5,438
6,761
38,978
79,332
11,418
29,485
18,770
5,501
88,020
4,613
4,139
14,868
781,340
268,584
18,682
25,528
44,210
224,374
E
EXHIBIT E
TO VERIFIED PETITION
DEBTS AND LIABILITIES
Jumo International, Inc.
Outstanding liabilities as of August 26, 2011
:.,. :-. y"..: ....
Description .. , ,.-
Total Amount Due Notes
Rent 113,017 Negotiating lease assignment
Utilities 14,400
Legal fees 50,000 Estimated
Payroll, payroll processing and severance fees 312,040 Up to this amount pending circumstances
Medical, dental & vision premiums 20,437
Web hosting 6,200
Aggregate liabilities (vendors less than $5,000) 8,010
524,103 Jumo is in the process of negotiations to reduce
obligations on the lease and related expenses.
Jumo is in the process of returning unused grant funds to five foundations in accordance with written grant agreements.
These foundations are The Ford Foundation, Knight Foundation, Omidyar Network, Pershing Square Foundation and
Rockefeller Foundation and the total amount of funds that will be returned is approximately $488,944. Jumo is working with
the foundations to return the funds prior to dissolution.
EXHIBIT F
TO VERIFIED PETITION
2010 FORM 990
, ..
Form ggd
Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax
Under section 50l(e), 527, or 4847(a)(1) of thelnteme' Revenue Code [except black lung
OM. No 154:1-0047
2010
01 "'. T_\I'r
lnillmal Aftllllue Ioe
The organIZation may have to use a copy of thIS return to satisfy state reporting requirements.
benef" trult or prlvete founcAtlon)
()pen to
'n tlon
B CNC\1l
applk;eble
o=:
Cl\Mlge
D
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DTermn
aIM!
o=

lion
plIndlng
I Tax-exemct status: [X] S011el13\ [ ] SOlCe\( l .... Iinsert no \ [ J 4947Ia)(1\ or [ ] 527
J Website: WWW JUMO COM
K Form of oraaOlullOn [X] Corporation [ ] Trusl r ] Assoclallon [ ] Other.
IL Year 01 formation 20 1 01 M State of feaal domICile NY
Part.1 Summary
1 Snefly descnbe the organization's mISsIOn or most slgnrflcant actIVities: JUMO IS A SOCIAL NETWORK
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CONNECTING INDIVIDUALS AND NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. c

2 Check thiS boX o r1 the organization dISContinued Its operations or disposed of more than 25% of Its net assets.
A For the 2010 calendar ye." or t ye.' begin"Ing JAN 25 , 2010 and ending DEC 31 , 2010
C Name of organtzatlon
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Dolnn BUSiness As
Number and street (or PO bOlt If not delrvered 10 slreel addless)

113 SPRING STREET RD FL
City or town, state or country, and ZIP +4
NEW YORK, NY 10012
F Name and address of pnnclpaJ officer:l<RI STEN TITUS
113 SPRING STREET, 3RD FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY
0 Employer Identification number
27-1746715
E Telephone number
212-334-9100
G QI'O 2,671,665.
H(e) Is thiS a group return
tor affihates? Dves OONo
H(b) Are all affillaies Included? 0 Ves 0 No
If No,' attach a hst_ (see InstructionS)
H(cl Groue exemption number
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3 Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, hne 1a)
4 Number of Independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, Irne 1b)
5 Total number of Individuals employed In calendar year 2010 (Part V, hne 28)
6 Total number of volunteers (estimate rf necessary)
7 a Total unrelated busInass revenue from Part VIII, column (C), hne 12
b Net unrelated bUSIness taxable Income from Form 990T line 34
8 Contributions and grants (Part VIII, hne , h)
9 Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g)
rt VIII, column tA), hnes 3. 4, and 7d)
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" column (AJ, lines 5. 6d, Be. 9c, 10c. and 1'e)
12 Total revenue - 8 through 11 (must eouaJ Part VIII column (A), line 12)
{dA'Grit2ar?dldl'mllar'i .unts paid (Part IX. column (A). lines 1-3)
14 Benefits palCl to 01 ",embers (Part IX, column (A), hne 4)
otllfJJfmpe satlOn, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A). hnes 5-10)

"J. fees (Part IX, column (A). IlOe 11 e)
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b Total fundrals,ng expenses (Part IX, column (0), hne 25) 76, 654
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17 Other expenses (Pan IX. column (A). hnes 11a-11d, 111,241)
18 Total expenses. Add IIna8 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), hna 25)
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19 Revenue less expenses. Subtract line 18 from line 12



20 Total assets (Part X, hne 16)
21 Totaillabilltl8s (Part X, line 26)
22 Net assets or fund balances. Subtract hne 21 from line 20
,brt II I Signature Block
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Prior Year Current V.ar
2,639,686.
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2,076.
29,903.
2,671,665.
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487,375.
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293,189.
780,564.
1,891,101.
Ilatnnlna ot Currlnt VII' End of Vr
1,961,179.
70,078.
1,891,101.
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Paid
Preparer fum's name FRUC HTER ROSEN
Use Only Fum's address 156 WEST 56TH STREET
NEW YORl< NY 10019
Prepare"s SlOnalurt
US SALIBA
MANAGING DIRECTOR
& CO. P.C.
Type or pont name and Iltil
Signal eo
KRISTEN TITUS,
PnnVType preparel's name
GUS SALIBA
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Phone no
032001 02-2211
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Part III
Form 990 201() JUMO INTERNATIONAL INC. 27-1746715 P e2
Statement of Program Service Accomplishments
Check If SchedUle 0 contallls a response to any question In this Part III !Xl
Bnefly descnbe tl\e organIZation's missIOn:
SEE SCHEDULE 0
2 Old the organization undertake any signifICant program services dunng the year whICh were not listed on
the pnor Form 990 or 99O-EZ? Dyes [X] No
If 'Yes,' descnbe these new servICes on Schedule O.
3 Old the organization cease conducting, or make slgnlflcant changes In how It conducts, any program serviCes? Dyes lXJ No
If 'Yes,' descnbe these change. on Schedule O.
4 Descnbe the exempt purpose achIevements for each of the organIZatIOn's three largest program services by expenses.
SectIOn 501 (c)(3) and 501 (c)(4) organIzatIOns and sectIOn 4947(a)(1) trusts are required '0 report the amoun' of grants and
alloca'ions to other'S, the total expenses, and revenue, If any, for each program servICe reported.
ORGANIZATIONS.
.b (Code: _ ) (Expenses $ Includlllg grants of $ ) (Revenue $ _
40 (Code: _ ) (Expenses $ Including grants of $ ) (Revenue $ _
4d Other program servIces. (Descnbe In Schedule 0.)
(Expenses S Including grants of S ) (Revenue S
4e Total program service upenles 62 7, 405
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IPart IV I Checklist of Required Schedules
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Is the organIZation descnbed In sectIOn 50' (c)(3) or 4947(a)(1) (other than a pnvate foundation)?
If Yes, complete SchecAJIe A
Is the organizatIOn required to complete SchedlJI. B. Schedule of Contnbutors?
Old the organization engage In dIrect or Indirect pollhcal campaign activIties on behatt of or In oppositIon to candidates for
publIC office? II Yes, ' complete Schedule C, Part I
section 501 (c)(3) organization.. Old the organIZation engage In lobbYing actIVIties, or have a section 501 (h) election In effect
during the tax yeat1/f "Yes, complete SchecAJle C, Part II
Is the organizatIOn a sectIOn 501 (c)(4) , 501 (c)(5), or 501 (cl(6) organization that receIVes membershIp dues, assessments, or
SImilar amounts as defined In Revenue Procedure 9819?1I Yes, complete C, Part III
Old the organlZatton maintaIn any donor adviSed funds or any SII'mlar funds or accounts where donors have the nghtto
provide acMce on the dlStnbutlon or Investment of amounts In such funds or accounts? If Yes, complete SchKJule D, Part I
DId the organizatIon receIVe or hold a conservatIon easement, including easements to preserve open space,
the enVIronment, histone land areas, or hlstonc structures? ff Yes, complete Schedule D. Part /I
Old the organizatIon maintain collectIOns of wor1ts of art, hlstoneal treasures, or other SImIlar assets? If Yes, complete
Schedule 0, Part III
Old the organization report an amount In PiU1 X, line 21; serve as a cUslodJan for amounts not lISted In Part X: or prOVide
credit counseling. debt management, credft repair. or debt negotIation servtces?" Yes, complete Schedule D. Part IV
Old the organizatIon, directly or through a related organIzation, hold assets In term. permanent, or quasl-endowments?
If Yes, complete Schedule 0, Part V
If the organIzatIOn's answer to any of the follOWing questIOns IS 'Yes,' then complete Schedule D. VI. VII, VIII, IX, or X
as applICable.
Old the organizatIon report an amount for land, buddlngs. and equIpment In Part X. line 10?1f 'Yus, complete Schedule D,
Part VI
Old the organIzation report an amount for Investments other S8Cuntles In Part X,I/nIt 12 that IS 596 or more 0' Its total
assets reported In Part X, line 16? If 'Yes, complete Schedule D, Part VII
Old the organtzatlon report an amount for Investments program related In Part X, hne 13 that 18 5% or more of Its total
assets reported In Part X, line 16? If Yes, compJ8te Schedule D, Part VIII
Old the organization report an amount for other assets In Part X, line 15 that IS 5% or more of Its total assets reported In
Part X, lll'le 16? " Yes, complete Schedule D, Part IX
Old the organIzation report an amount for other liabilitIes In Part X, lIne 25? " 'Yes, complete SchfKiule D, Part X
Old the organization'S separate or consolidated finanCIal statoments for the tax year Include a footnote that addresses
the organlzatlon's lIabtllty for uncertain tax positrons under FIN 48 lAse 740)? If 'Yes,' complete Schedule D, Part X
Old the organization obtain separate, Independent audited nnanclal statements for the tax year? If Yes, complete
Schedule D, Parts XI, XII, and XJIJ
Was the organizatIOn Included In consolidated, Independent audtted finanCIal statements for the tax year?
If and If the organIZation answered "No to Ime 12.. then completing Schedule D, Parts XJ, XII, and XIII IS optional
Is the organization a school descnbed In sectIOn 170(b)(1)(A)(II)71f Yes, complete Schedule E
Old the organization maintaIn an office, employees, or agents outSide of the United States?
Old the organIzatIon have 8ogreoate revenues or 8Jlpenses of more than $10,000 from grantmaklng. fundralSlng. bUSiness,
and program servIce actIVities outSide the United States?/f Yes, " complete Schedule F, Parts I and IV
Old the organizatIOn report on Part IX, column (A), hne 3, 1110re than $5.000 of grants or assistance to any organIzation
or entity located outside the United States? If Yes, complete Schedule F, Parts II and IV
Old the organization report on Part IX, column (A). line 3, more than $5,000 of aggregate grants or assistance to IndIViduals
located outSide the United States7 If Yes, complete SchedUle F, Parts III 8fId IV
Old the organizatIOn report a total of more than S1 5.000 of expenses for profeSSIOnal fundralSlng servICes on Part IX.
column (A), lInes 6 and 11 e? If Yes, complete SChedule G, Part I
Old the organizatIOn report more than S15.000 total of fundral8lng event gross Income and contnbutlons on Part VIII, lines
1c and Ba?1f Yes, complete SchecAJ/e G, Pm II
Old the organIzatIon report more than $15,000 of gross Income from gaming actIVities on Part VIII, line 9a?1f Yes,
complete Schedule G, Pm 1/1
Old the organIZatIon operate one or more h09prtals?1f 'Yes, complete SchfKiu/e H
If 'Yes' to line 20a. did the organIZatIon attach Its audrted finanCial statements to thiS relum? Note. Some Form 990 filers that
ooerate one or more hosDrtals must attach audited flnanc,al statements Is" I(lstructlons)
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Old Ihe organizatIon repot1 more than $5,000 of grants and other alSlStancelo governments and organizations In Ihe
United States on Part IX, column (A). hne17 If Yes. complete Schedule I. Parts I and II
O,d the organIzatIOn report more than $5,000 of grants and oth.r asSIstance to IndIViduals In the United States on PQft IX,
column W, hne 2? If Y,s, complete Schedule I, Parts I and 11/
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Old the organization answer 'Yes' to Part VII. SectIOn A, line 3. 4, or 5 about compensation of the organIZation's current
and former officers. directors. trustees, key employees, and highest compensated employees? If "Yes. complete
ScheduleJ
Old the organIZatIOn have a tax"itxempt bond Issue with an outstanding pnnclpaJ amount of more than $100.000 as of the
last day of the ye8l, that was Issued after December 31, 2002? If Yes answer Imes 24b through 24d and complete
23 X
Schedule K If 'No', go to Ime 25 24, X
Old the organIZation Invest any proceeds of tax-exempt bonds beyond a temporary pened exception? 24b
Old Ihe organIZation maintain an escrow account other than a refunding escrow at any t,me dunng the ye81 to defease
any tax"itxempt bonds? 240
Old the organizatIOn act as an "on behalf of Issuer for bonds outstanding at Dny time dunng the year? 24d
Section 501 (cU3) and 501 (c)(4) organizations. Did the organization engage In an excess benefit transaction wr1h a
dl8qualr1Jed person dunng the y8al? If Yes. compl.te Schedule L, Part I
Is the organization aware that It engaged In an excess benefit transaction with a disqUalified person In a pnor year, and
that the transactIOn has not been reported on any of the organlzatlon's pnor Forms 990 or 99(}EZ? If "Yes, complere
25, X
Schedule L. Part I
Was a loan to or by a current or former officer, director. trustee, key employee, highly compensated employee. or dISqualified
25b X
person outstanding 88 of the end of the organlZatlon's tax year? If Yes. complet. Schedule L, Part II
Old the organization provide a grant or other assistance to an offICer. director, trustee. key employee. sUbstantial
contnbutor, or a grant selection committee member, or to 8 person related to such an IndIVidual? If Yes," complete
28 X
Schedule L. Part 11/
Was the organization a party to a bUSIness transaction with one of the folloWing partieS (s.. Schedule L, Part IV
Instructions for applicable filing thresholds, conditions. and exceptions):
27 X
A current or former offICer, director. trustee. or key employee? If Yes. complet. Schedule L, Part IV 28, X
A family member of a current or former officer, director. trustee, or key employee? If Yes, complete Schedule L. Part IV
An entity of which a current or former officer. director. trustee, or key employee (or a family member thereof) was an officer,
28b X
director, trustee, or direct or Indirect owner? If Yes. complete Schedule L. Part IV 28c X
Old the organization receIVe more than $25.000 In non-cash contnbutlOns? If Yes." complete Schedule M
Old the organization receIVe contnbutlons of art. hlstoncal treasures. or other s l m ~ a r asset or qualified conservallon
28 X
contnbuttons? If "Yes, complet. Schedule M 30 X
Old the organization liqUidate, terminate. or dISsolve and cease operations?
If Yes complete SchedUle N. Part I
31 X
Old the organIZatIOn sell, exchange. dISpose of. or transfer more than 25% of Its net assets?If Yes. complete
Schedule N. Part II
Old the organization own 100% of an enllty dISregarded as separate from the organizatIOn under RegulatIOns
32 X
secUons 301 17012 and 301.71013? If Yes. complete SchedUle R, Part I
Was the organIZation related to any tax-exempt or taxable entity?
33 X
If Yes, " complete Schedule R. Parts II. III, IV. and V, line 1
34 X
Is any related organization a controlled entity wlth'n the meaning of section 512(b)(1 3)?
Old the organIZation receIVe any payment from or engage In any transactIOn with a controlled enllty wlth,n the meaning of
section 51 2(b)(13)? If 'Yes, complete Schedule R, Part V, Ime 2
o Yes [Xl No
Section 501 (c)(3) ora-niz.etions. Did the organization make any transfers to an exempt non-chamable related organIzation?
35 X
If Yes.. complet. SchedUle R. Part V, line 2
Old the organization conduct more than 5% of Its actIVitIeS through an entity that IS not a related organization
38 X
and that IS treated as a partnership for federal Income tax purposes? If Yes, complet. Schedule R, Part VI
Old the organizatIOn complete Schedule 0 and prOVide explanations In Schedule 0 for Part VI, hnes 11 and 19?
37 X
Not All Form 990 filers are reaulred to cornelete Schedule 0
38 X
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Form 990 (2010)
Statements Regarding Other IRS Filings and Tax Compliance
Check If Schedule 0 contwns a response to any questIOn Ul thIS Part V
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1. Enter the number repol1ed In Box 3 of Form 1096. Enter ~ rf not applICable
b Enter the number of Forms W2G included In hlle la. Enter (). If not applicable
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Old the organIZation comply WYlh backup WIthholding rules for repol1able payments to vendors and reportable gaming
(gambbng) WInnings to prize winners?
2a Enter the number 0' employees reported on Form W'3, Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements.
filed ror the calendar year ending with or withIn the year covered by thiS return
b If at least one IS reported on line 28, did the organizatIOn file all required 'ederal employment tax returns?
Not If the sum of lines ta and 2a IS greater than 250, you may be reqUIred to e-file. (see IIlstnJctlons)
:sa Old the organIZatIOn have unrelated buSiness gross Income of $1,000 or more dunng the year?
b If Yes, has It filed a Form 99C).T 'or thiS year? If "No, " provide an uplanat/on In Schedule 0
4a At any time dunng the calendar year, did the organization have an Interest In, or 8 signature or other authonty over, a
finanCial account In a foreign country (such as a bank account, securities account. or other finanCial account)?
b I' Yes, enter the name 0' the foreign country: ~
See tnstnJctlons for fIlIng requirements for Form TO F 90-22.1, Report 0' Foreign Bank and FinanCIal Accounts.
5a Was the organrzatlon a party to a prohlbrted tax shelter transaction at any time dunng the tax year?
b Old any taxablo party notify the organlzallon 'hat It was or IS a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction?
c If Yes, to hne Sa or Sb. did the organization file Form 8886T?
ee Does the organization have annual gross receipts that are normally greater than $tOO.OOO. and did the organizatIon sollcrt
any contnbutlons that were not tax deductible?
b " Yes: did the organization Include with every solicitatIon an express statement that such contnbutlons or gifts
were not tax deductIble?
T OrganiUltlon. that may receive deductlbl. contributions under section 170(e).
II Old the organIZation receIVe a payment In axcess of $75 made partly as acontnbutlon and partly tor goOds and selVle" prov(ded to the payor?
b If Yes, dId the orgamzat,on notify the donor of the value of the goods 01 servICes prOVIded?
c Old the organization sell. exchange. or otherwise dISpose of tangible personal propel1y for wtllch rt was reqUIred
to file Form 8282?
d If "Yes: Indicate the number of Forms 8282 filed dunng the year

DId the organization receIVe any funds, directly or Indirectly, to pay premiums on a personal benefit contract?
Old the organization, dunng the year I pay premiums, directly or Indirectly, on a personal benefit contract?
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If the organIZatIOn received a contribution of quatlfled Intellectual propel1y. did the organizatIon 'I'e Form 8899 as reqUired?
h If the organtzatlon receIved a contribution of cant, boats, lIlrplanes. or o,her vehICles, did the organIzation file a Form 1098C?
8 Sponsoring orglnlza110nl maintainIng donol Idvlsed tundllnd section 50V(I)(31Iupportlnl orglnllil/oni. Old the supporting
oroanlutlon, or adonor adVised tund mamtalned by a sponsonng orgaOlzatlon. have excess bus,"ess holdings al any lime dunng Ihe year?
9 Sponsoring organizations maintaining donor advised funds.
Old the organizatIOn make any taxable dlstnbut'ons under sectIOn 49661
b Old the organizatIOn make a dlstnbutlOn to a donor. donor advisor, or related person?
10 Section 501 (c)(T) organizations. Enter:
a InitIatIon 'ees and capital contnbutlons Included on Part VIII, hne 12
b Gross receipts, Included on Form 990. Par1 VIII, Itne 12, 'or publIC use of club 'aclli'les
11 Section 501 (c)(12) organization Enter:
a Gtoss Income from members or sharehokiers
b Gross Income 'rom other sources (Do not net amounts due or paid to other sources aga.nst
amoun,s due or receIVed from them.)
12a Section 4947(a)(1) non-exempt charitable trusts. Is the organization filIng Form 990 In lieu of Form 1041?
b If Yes. enter 'he amount of tax-exempt.nterest received or accrued dunng the year
13 Section 501(<:)(28) qualified nonprofit hearth Insurance issuers.
a Is the organiZation licensed 10 Issue qualified health plans In more than one state?
Note. See the Instructions for additional Information the organization must repol1 on Schedule 0
b Enter the amount of reserves the organization IS reqUIred to maintain by the states In which the
organization IS licensed to Issue qualified health plans
c Enter the amount of reserves on hand
14a Old the organIzation receIVe any payments for Indoor tanning servICes dunng the tax year?
b If 'Yes' has It filed a Form 720 to report these oavmants? If "No" orov/(;1e an uDJanatlon In Sched4J/e 0
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GoyemanC8, Management, and Disclosure For each "Yes' response to Imes 2 through lb below, aIld fOf. "No ,,"pons.
~ . . . : - . . . , ; . . . . . ~ to Ime S.. Sb. or 101 below, descnbe the clfcumstances. processes, or chartges In Schedule 0 See mstlUCfJons.
Check rf Schedule 0 contall'\s a resPO!!se to any questIOn In IhlS Part VI
Section A. Goveming Body and Manaaement
1. Enter the number of voting members of the govemlnQ body at the end of the tax year I 1. I
b Enter the number of vo1lng members Included In line 1 above, who are Independent I 1b l
2 Old any offICer, dll'ector, trustee, or key employee have a famltv relationship or a bUSiness relatIOnship wrth any other
offICer, director. trustee, or key employee?
3 Old the organization del8l;late control over management dutieS customantv performed by or under the dJr8ct superviSIOn
of officers, directors or trustees. or key employees to a management company or other person?
4 Old the organization make any SignifICant changes to 1t8 governing document8 Since the pnor Form 990 was filed?
5 Old the organization become aware dunng the year of a Significant dlVeM;lon of the organization's assets?
6 Does the organizatIOn have members or stockholders?
7.. Does the organIZation have members, stockholders. or other persons who may ./ect one or more members of the
govem,,'O body?
b Are any decISions of the governing body subject to approval by members. stockholders, or other persons?
8 Old the organizatIon contemporaneoustv document the meetIngs held or wntten actions undertaken dunng the year
by the folloWIng:
it The governIng body?
b Each committee with authority to act on behalf of the governing body?
9 Is there any officer, director, trustee, or key employee listed In Part VII, SectIon A. who cannot be reached at the
orQanlzatlon'S malhna address? If 'Yes "Drovlde the names and addresses In Schedule 0
Section B. Policies (This SectIon B reauests mformatlon about DoJICJeS not mOUlfed bY the Internal Revenue Code.)
10a Does the organiZatIon have local chaplers, branches. or affihates?
b If 'Yes,' does the organization have wntten poliCies and procedures gover",ng the actIvitieS of such chapters. affiliates,
and branches to ensure thelf operations are consistent With those of the organization?
11a Has the organIZation provided a copy or thiS Form 990 to all members of I1s govemlng body betore filing the form?
b oescnbe In Schedule 0 the process, If any. used by the organization to reVIew thiS Form 990.
12a Does the organIZation have a wrrtten conflict of Interest policy? If "No, go to line 13
b Are officers, directors or trustees, and key employees reqUIred to disclose annualtv ,nterests that could gIVe nse
toconflJcts?
c Does the organization regularty and conslstenttv monitor and enforce compliance with the policy? If Yes, c:Jescnbe
In Schedule 0 how this IS done
13 Does the organIzation have a wrrtten whlstleblower policy?
14 Does the organizatIOn have a wrrtten document retention and destructIOn polICY?
15 DId the process for determInIng compensatIOn of the follOWing persons Include a review and approval by Independent
persons, comparablhty data. and contemporaneous substanllatJon of the deliberation and deciSIOn?
8 The organization's CEO, executive DIrector, or top management offICial
b Other officers or key employees of the organIZatIOn
""Yes'to line 15a or 15b, descnbe the process In Schedule O. (Seelnstnlctrons.)
HI. Old the organIZation Invest tn, contnbute assets to, or partiCipate In a JOint venture or Similar arrangement with a
taxable entity dunng the year?
b If Yes, has the organization adopted a wntten policy or procedure reqUlnng the organtzatlOn to evaluate Its partiCIpatIOn
In JOInt venture arrangements under applicable federal tax law, and taken steps to safeguard the organlzatlOn's
exemot status with resoect to such arranaements?
Section C. Disclosure
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17 ust the states with whICh a copy of thiS Form 990 IS reqUIred to be filed ~ NY
18 Section 6104 requires an organization to make Its Forms 1023 (or 1024 rf applICable), 990, and gQC).T (501 (c)(3)s only) aVailable for
publIC InspectIOn Indicate how you make these available. Check all that apply.
o Own webstte 0 Another's website [XJ Upon request
19 Descnbe In Schedule 0 whether (and If so, how), the organizatIOn makes Its govemlng documents, conflict of Interest polICY, and financ'a1
statements available to the public.
20 State the name. phYSICal address, and telephone number of the pen;on Who possesses the books and records or the organizatIon: ~
KRISTEN TITUS - 212-334-9104 -----
113 SPRING STREET 3RD FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10012
032006
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'-'--__--' Compensation of Officers, Directors, Trustees, Key Employees, Highest Compensated
Employees, and Independent Contractors
Check If Schedule 0 cont81ns a response to any question In this Part VII . 0
Section A. Offioers, Trustee., Key Employees, and Highe.t Compensated Employees
, 8 Completetl'ilS table lor all required to bl lISted Report compensatIon tor thl calendar year endIng WIth or within thl organlutlon's tax year
- Ust all of the organization's cUlTent offICers, dlrec:10rs, trustees (whether IndIViduals or organizatIOns), regardless of amount of compensation.
Enter -0- In columns (0), (E), and (F) If no compensation was p81d.
- ust all of the organrzatlon's cUlTent key employees, If any. See InstNcllons for definrtlon of 'key employee.'
- lIstlhe organIZation's fIVe current highest compensated employees (other than an officer, dlrector,trustae, or key employee) who receIVed repor1able
compensatIon (Box 5 of Form W2 and/or Box 7of Form 10g9-MISe) 01 morelnan S100,000 from the organlLatlon and any 'elated organizations.
- ust oJl of the organ/zatlOn's former officers. key employees, and hIghest compensated employees who rec:el'led more than S100,000 of
reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations.
-usl all of the organIzation's former directonl or tNStee. that receIVed, In the capacity as I former director or trustee of the organizatIOn,
more than $10,000 of reportable compensatIOn from the organizatIOn and any related organizations.
Ust persons In the following order: IndIVIdual tNste" or directors; Instrtutlonal trustees; officers; key employees; highest compensated employees;
and former such persona.
Died Check thIS box If nerther the orcanlzatlon nor any re at oraanlzatlon comoensated any current 0 ffiIce, director or trustee.
W
(B) (e) (0) IE) (F)
Name and Trtle Average POSition Reportable Reportable Estimated
hours per (chec:k all that apply) compensation
from
the
organization
(W2J1099MISC)
58,334.
compensation
from related
organ/zallons
(W2110ggMISC)
o.
amount of
other
compensation
from the
organization
and related
organizations
6,045.
week
(descnbe
hours for
related
organizations
In Schedule
0)
I
tJ
I
J
I
I

I
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CHRI S HUGHES
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 40.00 X X
JOEL CUTLER
SECRBTARY 1.00 X X o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
o.
MICHAEL SLABY
TREASURER 1.00 X X
JAMES PALLOTTA
BOMD KEKBBR 1.00 X
CHRI S BUHJtO
BOARD KEKBBR 1.00 X
WILL RI'iHOLDS
BOARD KDlBZR 1.00 X
SUSAli MCCUE
BOARD MIMBER 1.00 X
KRUTJDl TITUS
ASSISTAHT TREAS. NON-VOTING MEMBER 40.00 X X 75,208. o. 9,093.
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IPart VIII Section A. OffIcers Directors. Truste.s. KeY EmDloven and Hlahest ComDensated EmDlo, en (continued)
(A) (B)
Average
houl1l per
week
(desc:nbe
hours for
related
organizations
In Schedule
0)
tC)
POSItion
(check alilhat apply)
(D)
Reportable
compensatIOn
from
the
organization
eN'lll 099MISC)
I
II
I
I
I
I M
I
I
I,
I
I
~ 133,542.
~ O.
~ 133,542.
(E)
Name and Iltle Reporlable
compensation
from related
organIZations
rN2Jl09g.MISC)
O.
c Total from continuation sheets to Pa" VII. Section A
1b SUbtotal
O.
o.
d Total (add line. 1b and 1c)
(F)
Estimated
amount of
other
compensation
from Ihe
organlzallon
and related
organizations
15,138.
o.
15,138.
Total number of IndIviduals (including but not limited to Ihose lIsted above). who receIVed more than $100.000 In reporlable
compensatIOn from Ihe oraanlZatton ~ - o
3
4
5
Old the organization Itst any former officer, director or trustee, key employee, or highest compensated employee on
hne 1a7 If Yes, complet. Schedule J for such mdNldusJ
For any individual hsted on hne la,I9the sum of reporlable compensation and 01her compensation from the organizatIOn
and related organizations greater than $150,0001. If Yes, complete Schedul. J for such mdlVldusJ
O,d any pel1lon listed on bne la receIVe or accrue compensatIOn from any unrelaled organizatIOn or IndIVIdual for seNlceS
rendered to the oraanlZatlOn1 If Yes comole'e Schedule J for such oerson
Vn No
3 X
4 X
5 X
~ t l o n B. Independent Contractors
Complete thiS table for your five highest compensated Independent contractors that received more than $100,000 of compensatIOn from
the oroanlzatlon. NONE
(A)
Name and buSIness address
(B)
Descnpllon of services
(C)
Compenaatlon
Total number of Independent contrac1ors (Including but notllmrted to those listed above) who receIVed more than
$100000 In comoensa110n from the oroanlzatlon ~ 0
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9 Pac.
I Part VIII I Statement of Revenue
(A)
Total revenue
(9)
Related 0'
exempt functIOn
revenue
(e)
Unrelated
bUSIness
revenue
(D)
Revenue
excluded from
tax under
sections S1 2.

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g';

'So
cl

1 a Federated campaigns
,.
b Memb9rshlp dun 1b
c Fundralslng events 1c
d Related organizatIons 1d
Government grants (contnbutlons)
,.
f All oth,r contnbuhons. gifts. grants. and
Similar amounts not Included abov, 1f
II
No_It QOlIlIIblltlofta iIlclIIcled 1ft 1111_ ,." s
h Total. Add lines lao"
2,
b
0
d
e
f All other program servIce revenue
A Total. Add hnes 2a-2f
3 Investment Income (Includll'lg dividends, I
other Similar amounts)
4 Income from Investment of tax-exempt bo
5 Royalties
(i) Real
8 a Gross Rents 29,903.
b Less: rental expenses
c Rental Income or (loss) 29,903.
d Net rental Income or Ooss)
7 a Gross amount from sales of (I) SecUriti
assets other than Inventory
b less: cost or other bBSls
and sales expenses
c Gain or (loss)
d Net gain 0' 0088)
8. Gross Income from fundralSlng events (not
Including S of
contnbutlons repOrted on hne 1c). See
Part IV,ltn. 18
b Less: direct expenses
c Net Income or 00S8) from fundralSlng even
9 Gross Income from gaming actIVities. See
Part IV. hne 19
b less: direct expenses
c Net Income or (loss) Irom gamIng actlVrtles
10 Gros' sales of Inventory,less returns
and allowances
b less: cost of goods sold
c Net Income or nos,) from sales of Inventorv
nterest, and
nd proceeds
es
ts
'f

e:
r

!
i
,.
c!
"
.!
0
MIscellaneous Revenue
11.
b
c
d All other revenue
e Total. Add lInes l1a11d
12 Toll' reWlnUI. See Inslrucllons
513,or514



BUSiness Code


2,076. 2,076.


(II) Personal
29
r
903. 29,903.
(II) Other


b

.
a
b


b

BUSiness Code

,671,665. o. o. 31,979.

002009
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Statement of Functional Expenses
SecrlOn 501 (c)(3) WId 50J(c)(4) orgWla.tlon, tnJst complere 8/1 columns
All other orpanaalions tnJst complet. (AJ bur life not requued to campier. columns (8), (e) and (0)
1
2
3
4
5
8
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Do no' include amounts repOrted on line. ab,
7b, 8b, 9b, and 10b of Part VIII.
Grants and other asslslance to govemments and
orgaOluliOns In the US. SM Part rv, /ln8 21 ..
Grants and other assIStance to IndIViduals In
the U.S. See Part IV, hne 22
Grants and other assistance to govemments,
organizations, and IndiViduals outside the U.S.
See Part IV. lines 15 and 16
Benefits paid to or lor members
CompensatIOn of current offICers. directors,
trustees, and key employees
Compensation not Included above. to dlSquallhed
persons (as defined under sectIon 4958(1)(1)) and
persons deSCribed In secllon 4958jc)(3)(B)
Other salanes and wages
Pension plan contributions (Itlclude section 401(k)
and seehon 403(b) employer contnbut'ons)
Other employee benefits
PayroM taxes
Fees for services (non'employees)
it Management
b Legal
c Accounting
d LobbYing
Prolesslonallundralslng selVlces See Part IV, hne 17
f Investment management fees
9
Other
AdVertiSing and promotIOn
Office expenses
Information technology
Royalties
Occupancy
Travel
Payments of travel or entertainment expenses
for any federal. state, or local publIC officials
Conferences, conventions, and meetings
Interest
Payments to affiliates
DeprecIation. depletion, and amortization
Insurance
Other expenses "ema. expenses not covered
olbove (list miscellaneous expenses In line 24f If line
241 amount exceeds 10". of 25. column CA)
amount, list hne 24f expenses on Schedule 0 )
NON CAPITALIZED
PROPERT
b REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
c CREDIT CARD AND PROCESS
d
CONTRIBUTIONS

f All other expenses
Tot,/funcllon,luDlnln. Add lines 1lhrouah 24f
Joint COlli. Check here 0 If follOWing SOP
98-2 CASC 95a-nO) Complete thIS line only If the
organization reported In column (B) 10lnt costs trom a
combined ,ducatlonal campaion and lundraiSing
solicitation
Total
148,681.
289,564.
11,873.
37,257.
1,240.
29,606.
7,078.
5,136.
25,511.
32,140.
102,956.
18,332.
7,042.
30,819.
5,231.
9,088.
7,061.
6,377.
5,572.
780,564.
(B)
Program service
exoenses
92,044.
277,434.
10,009.
31,412.
1,240.
11,119.
6,016.
5, 136.
19,085.
19,862.
86,801.
9,166.
4,929.
29,928.
4,410.
7,662.
4,942.
638.
5,572.
627,405.
and
aeneraJ expenses
25,888.
10,345.
983.
3,079.
17,632.
1,062.
5,232.
8,512.
353.
469.
433.
751.
1,766.
76,505.
FunJ?Jlsing
expenses
30,749.
1,785.
881.
2,766.
855.
1,194.
12,278.
7,643.
9,166.
1,760.
422.
388.
675.
353.
5,739.
76,654. 25
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IPart XI Balance Sheet
1/1
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III
:D
10
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c
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L'
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0
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Z
1 Cash' non..nterest-beanng
2 Savings and temporary cash Investments
3 Pledges and grants receIVable, net
4 Accounts receIVable, net
5 Receivables from current and fOnTler offICers, directors, trustees, key
employees, and highest compensated employees. Complete Part II
of Schedule L
6 ReceIVables from other dlsqualrfled persons (as defined under SectIon
4958(f)(1)), persons descnbed In section 4958(c)(3)(B), and contnbuttng
employers and sponsonng organizatIOns of section Sal (c)(9) voluntary
employees' benefiCiary organizations (see Instructions)
7 Notes and loans receIVable, net
8 Invontones for sale or us.
V Prepaid elq)8nses and deferred charges
10. Land, bUildIngs, and eqUIpment: cost Of' other
basIS. Complete Part VI of Schedule 0 10,
b Less: accumulated depreCIation 10b
11 Investment publICly traded SecUntles
12 Investments' other secuntles. See Part IV, line 11
13 Investments program-related. See Part IV, line 11
14 IntangIble assets
15 Other assets. See Part IV, hne 11
18 Total assets. Add I,nes 1 throuah 15 (must &Clual line 34)
17 Accounts payable and accrued expenses
18 Grants payable
19 Deferred revenue
20 Tax-exempt bond habllnles
21 Escrow or custodial account habllrty. Complete Port IV of Schedule 0
22 Payabies to current and former officers, dlrectol'll, trustees, key employee.,
highest compensated employees, and disqualifIed persons. Complete Part II
of Schedule L
23 Secured mortgages and note. payable to unrelated thIrd partIes
24 Unsecured note8 and loans payable to unrelated third partle8
25 Other 'Iabll,tles. Complete Par1 X of Schedule 0
28 Total liabilities. Add I,nes 17 throuah 25
Organizations that follow SFAS 117, check her. 00 and complite
lines 27 through 29, and lines 33 and 34.
27 UnrestrICted net assets
28 Temporanly restncted net assets
29 Permanently restncted net assets
that do not follow SFAS 117, check h.re
compl.te lines 30 through 34.
30 Capital stock or trust pnnclpal, or current funds
31 Paid-In or caprtal sutplus, or land. buildIng, or equipment fund
32 Retained earnings, endowment, accumulated Income, or other funds
33 Total net assets or fund balances
34 Totaillablirtres and net assets/fund balances
(A)
Beginning of year
(8)
End of year
543,607.
1,232,292.
9,677.
46,979.
5,678.
1
2
3
4
5
8
7
B
9
o. 10c 41,301.
11
96,000.
12
13
14
15 38,302.
o. 18
17
1,961,179.
70,078.
o and
18
19
70,078.
20
21
22
23
24
25
O. 26
27 1,891,101.
1,891,101.
28
29
30
31
32
o. 33
o. 34 1,961,179.
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L..'-"""-;""';"''-' Reconciliation of Net Assets
Check If Schedule 0 contains a response to any questIOn 1/, this Part XI o
1 Total revenue (must equal Part VIII, column (A). line 12) 2--,-,
2 Total expenses (must equal Part IX, column tA), hne 25)
3 Revenue less expenses. Sublrac111ne 2 from hne 1 .,
4 Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (must equal Part X, 11Il. 33. column (A) _
5 Other changes In net asset. or fund balances (.xplalllin Schedule 0)
8 Net assets or fund balances at end of year. Combine lInes 3 4 and 5 (must 9Clual Part X, bne 33 column (B) 8 1 , 891 , 10 1
I Part XII FInancial Statements and Reporting
Check If Schedule 0 conta,ns a response to any Question In this Part XII
1 AccountIng method used to prepare the Fonn 990: D Cash 00 Accrual 0 Other
If the organIzatIOn changed ns method of accounting from a pnor year or checked "Other,' explain In Schedule O.
2a Were the organization's fnanclal statements compiled or reviewed by an Independent accountant?
b Were the organIzation's financial s1atements audited by an Independent accoun1ant?
c If 'Yes" to hne 2a or 2b, does the organizatIon have a committee that assumes responsIbility for oversight of tho audit,
reView, or compilation of Its financla/statements and selection of an Independent accountant?
If the organizatIon changed erther Its oversight process or selectIOn process dunng the tax year. explain In Schedule O.
d If 'Yes' to line 28 or 2b. check a box below to Indicate Whether the finanCIal statements for the year were ISsued on a
separate basIS. consolidated basiS, or both:
[X] Separate basiS 0 Consolidated basis D Both consolidated and separate basis
3. As a result of a federal award, was the organIZatIOn reqUired to undergo an audit or audits as set forth In the Single Audit
Act and OMB Circular A133?
b If 'Yes," did the organizatIOn undergo the required audit or audits? If the organization dId not undergo the reqUired audit
or audits exela," whv In Schedule 0 and deSCribe any steos taken to underco such audits.
Yes No
28
2b X
X
2c X
3.
3b
X
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SCHEDULE A
OMS No 1$4&-0041
(Form'990 or no-Ell
Oeputtrwll olIN T_II'Y
Inl..,.-' FWtMue s.mc.
Public Charity Status and Public Support
Complete If the organization I. a seetJon 501 (c)(3) organization or a section
4847(a)(1) nonaxempt charitable trust.
Attach to Form no or Form 990-EZ. See separate Instructions.
2010
()pen to Public
lnepeetlon
Name of the organization Employer identification number
JUMO INTERNATIONAL INC. 27-1746715
Reason for Public Charity StatuI "'" organizations must complete this par") See Instructions.
The organization IS not a pnvate foundation because" IS: (For lines 1 through 11, check only one box.)
1 D A church, conventIOn of churches, or association of churches descnbed In section 170(b)(1)(A)(i).
2 D A school descnbed In section 170(b)(1)(AWi). (Attach Schedule E.)
3 0 A hospital or a cooperatIVe hospital servIce organization descnbed In section HOtb)(1 t(A)(iii).
4 0 A medical research organization operated In con/unction with a hospital descnbed In section 170(b)(1)(A)(ill). Enter the hosprtal's name.
city. and state: _
5 0 An organizatIOn operated for the benefit of II college or owned or operated by a governmental unrt descnbed In
section 170(b)t1)(A)pv). (Complete Part II.)
6 0 A federal. state. or local govemment or governmental unit descnbed In IItction 17OCb)(1)(A)tv).
1 C&J An organizatIOn that normally receIVes a SUbstantial part of rts support from a govemmental unit or from the general public descnbed In
section 110(b)(1)(A)(vi). (Complete Pan II.)
8 0 A community trust descnbed In section 170Cb)(1)(A)(vl}. (Complete Part II.)
9 0 An organIZatIOn that normally receIVeS: (1) more than 33 1/3,. of Its support from contnbutlons. membership fees, and gross receipts from
actIVities related to Its exempt functions' SUbject to certain exceptions, and (2) no more than 33 11396 of ns support from gross Investment
Income and unrelated bUSiness taxable Income Oess Section 511 tax) from bUSinesses acquired by the organizatIon after June 30. 1975.
See section 509ta)(2). (Complete Part III )
10 0 An organization organized and operated exclUSIVely to test for publIC safety. See section 509t_)(4).
11 0 An organiZatIOn organized and operated exclUSIVely for the benefit of, to perlorm the functions of. or to carry out the purposes of one or
more publICly supported organIZations desc:nbed In sectIon 509(a)(') or sectIOn 509(a)(2). See section 509(8)(3). Check the box that
descnbes the type of supportIng organizatIOn and complete lines' 1e through 11 h.
8 0 Type I b 0 Type II c 0 Type /11 Functionally Integrated d 0 Type '" Other
e 0 By checking thIS box. I certify that the organizatIon IS not controNed dIrectly or Indirectly by on8 or more dISqualified persons other than
foundation managers and other than one or more publICly supported organizatIOns descnbed In sectIOn 509(a)(1) or sectIon 509(a)(2).
If the orgal1lzatlon receIVed a wntten determination from the IRS that It IS a Type I. Type II. or Type III
supporting orgamzahon. check thiS box o
Since August 17,2006. has the organization accepted any gift or contnbutlon from any of the follOWing
9
(I) A person who directly or Indirectly controls. either alone or together WIth descnbeclln (II) and (III) below,
the governing body of the supported organization?
(ii) A family member of a person descnbed In (I) above?
(iii) A 35% controlled entity of a person descnbed In [I) or (II) above?
h Provide the follOWing informatIOn about the supported organlzatlon(s).
Ye. No
(I) Name of supported
organlutlon
(II) EIN
1111) Type of
organizatIon
(descnbed on hnes '9
above or IRe section
Iv) Is the organiZiltlon
n cOl (I) listed In your
documenl?
tv) Old you notrty the
organization In col
(I) of your support?
(vi) Is the
organizatIon In col
(I) organized In the
US?
(vII) Amount of
support
(188 Inltructlonl Yes No Yel No Yes No
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Seetlon u c Upport
Calendar Yllr (ar IIsCiI year beginning In) ~
1 Gifts. grants, contnbutlons, end
membenlhlp fees recerved. (Do not
Include any unusual grants.)
2 Tax revenues levied for the organ'
Izatlon's benefit and either paid to
or expended on rts behalf
3 The value of sefVlces or faCilities
furnIShed by 8 governmental unit to
the organIzation without charge
4 Total. Add hnes 1 through 3
5 The portIOn of total contnbutlons
by each penlon (other than a
governmental unit or p u ~ c l y
supported organIZation) Included
on hne 1 that exceeds 2% of the
amount shown on line 11.
column (I)
8 PUblic sUDDor1. SUb'''''' II ... 5 110m lin. 4
la) 2006 Ib) 2007 Ie) 2008 let 2009 Ie) 2010 to Tolal
2639686. 2639686.
2639686. 2639686.
2639686.
Section B. TotaISupport
Cllendar yelr (ar Iiseal yel' beginning In) ~
7 Amounts from hne 4
8 Gross Income from Interest.
dIVidends, payments receIVed on
Secuntles loans, rents, royalties
and Income from similar sources
8 Net Income from unrelated busmess
actIVities, whether or not the
busIness IS regularly camed on
10 Other Income. Do not rnckJde gain
or loss from the sale of capital
assets (Explain In PaI1IV.)
11 Total suppor1. Add hnes 71hrough 10
12 Gross receipts from related actIVitIes. etc. (see InstructIOns)
(a) 2006 lb) 2007 (e) 2008 Idl 2009 Ie) 2010 In Total
2639686. 2639686.
31,979. 31,979.
2671665.
121
13 FIrst flv. yea.... If the Form 990 IS for the organization's fIrst, second, third, fourth, or fifth tlUl year as a section 501 (c)(3)
organiZatIOn, check thIS box and stoD her. ~ 00
14 Public support percentage for 2010 Orne 6, column (f) dIVided bY'lne 11, column (f)) 14 ,.
15 Public support percentage from 2009 Schedule A, Part II, line 14 15 %
188 33 1/3% suppor1 tes' 2010.lf the Orgatllza1lOn did not check the box on hne 13, and hne 14 IS 331/3% or more, check thIS box and
stop her The organization qualifIes as a publiCly supported organlzahon ~ 0
b 33 1/3/. suppor1 test - 2009. If the organizatIOn did not check a box on hne 13 or 16a, and hne 151s 33 113% or mor., check thiS box
and stop here. The organizatIOn qualifies as a publicly supported organIZatIOn ~ 0
17a 10% -facts-end-circumstances test - 2010.lf the organIzatIOn did not check a box OIl hne 13, 16a, or 16b, and bne 14 IS 10% or more,
and rf the organization meets the 'factsand-clrcumstances test. check thIS box and stop h.r ExplaIn In Part IV how the organization
meets the factsand-clrcumstances test. The organIZation qualifies as a publICly supported organlZ8tlC)(l ~ 0
b 10At -facts-end-circumstance. test - 2001. If the organIzatIOn dId not check a box on hne 13, 16a, 16b. or 17a, and line 15 IS 10% Of
more, and If the organization meets the factsand'Clrcumstances' test, check thIS box and stop her Explain In Part IV how the
organIzation meets the 'factsand-clrcumstance.' test. Th. organizatIon qualifies all a publICly supported organIZation ~ 0
18 Privet. foundation. If the oraanlzatlon did not check a box on hne 13, 16a, 16b, 17a. or Ub, check thIS box and see InstructIons ~ 0
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I Part till Support Schedule for Organizations Described In Section 509(a)(2)
(Complete only If you checked Ihe box on line 9 of PaI1l 01 If the organization failed 10 qualify under Part II. If the organizatIon falls to
qualify under the tests listed below, elease complete PaJ1I1.)
Section A. PUblic Support
Schedule A IFoim 990 or 990EZ) 2010
1
2
3
4
;
5
i
8
B
Section B. Total Support
Cllendar yelr (Dr flsul year beginning In)
Clle Ie) 2008 (b) 2007 (e) 2008 (dl2009 ret 2010 (I) Tolal
Gifts, grants, contnbutlons, and
nder year (Of fiscal yllr bigInning In).
membershIp fees receIVed. (Do not
InclUde any 'unusual grants.')
Gross receipts from admISSions,
merchandise sold or services per'
formed, or fac,lrtres furnIshed In
any actIVity that 18 related to the
organizatIOn', taJl.-exempt purpose
Gross receipts from actIvities that
are not an unrelated trade or bus
Inesa under Section 513
Tax revenues levied fOf the organ
lZatlOn', beneftt and either paid to
or expended on Its behalf
The value of services or facilities
furnIshed by a governmental unit to
the organization without charge
TotaL Add bnesl through 5
7a Amounts Included on lines 1, 2, and
3 receIVed from disqualified persons
b Amounta 1n<:lua-.l on lin. 2 enca 3 'lICe",-.l
ll"om Olll., INIn d,equII,fted person. thaI
....ceecI the gneel., ollS.CXlO 01 ,,. of the
emollnt on line 13 fD, lila '1_
o Add hnes 7a and 7b
Public SUDPOI't &b1nrtw7drcmlnB\
(a) 2006 (b) 2007 (c) 2008 (d) 2009 (e) 2010 (nrotal
9 Amounts from /Ine 6
10. Gross Income from Interesl.
dIVidends. payments recerved on
secuntl9S loans. rents, royah.es
and Income from SImilar sources
b Unrelated bUSiness taxable Income
(I8$S sectton 511 liXlS) from bUSinesses
acquIred aft. I' Jun. 30,1975
I
e Add IIne8 lOa and 1Db
11 Net Income from unrelated bUSiness
activities not Included In line lOb,
whether or not the bUSiness IS
regularly camed on
12 Other Income. Do not ,nclude gain
or loss from the sal. of capital
assets (EAplaln In Par1 IV,)
13 Totl' support lAl'd M..- Q, IOc, I'. end III
14 First five years. If the Form 990 IS for the organization's first, second. third. fourth, or fifth tax year as a sectIOn 501 (c)(3) organiZatIOn,
check thIs box and stop her. ~ D
Section C. ComDutatlon of Public Support Percentage
15 Public support percentage for 2010 (line 8, column (f) diVIded by Itne 13, column (f)) 15 I
1e PublIC SUDDOrt oercentaae from 2009 Schedule A Part "' line 15 18 I "
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Section D. Computation of Investment Income Percentage
17 Investment Income percentage for 2010 Olnel0c, column (f) dIVided by hne13. column (f)) 171
18 Investment Income percentage from 2009 Schedule A, Part III, /Ine 17 18 I "
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19a 33 l/3-JD support tests - 2010, 11 the organizatIon dId not check the box on line 14, and hne 15 IS more than 33 11 3 ~ , and hne 17 IS not
more than 33 1 1 3 ~ , check thiS box and stop her. The organIzation qualifies as a publICly supported organizatIon ~ D
b 33 1/3el. support test. 2000. If the organIzation dId not check a box on hne 14 or line 19a. and line 16'5 more than 33113%. and
line 18 IS not more than 33 113". check thIS box and stop her The organizatIOn quallfi.s as a pub/ICIy supported organIZation ~ D
20 Print. foundation. If the Ofganlzatlon dId not check a box on hne 14, lea, or 19b, check thIS box and see Instructions ~ D
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(Fonn ego)
~ ~ = = : u ~ T'1I8Suoy
. 1St OMS No 154So0047
I
Supplementa Financla tatemen s 2010
~ Complete if the orvaniution answered Ves,h to Form 990,
Part IV, line e, 7,8,1,10,11, or 12, Open to Publlo
~ AttKh to Form ego. ~ See separate Instructions. Inspeotlon
Name of the organization Employer Identification number
JUMO INTERNATIONAL INC. 27-1746715
Organizations Maintaining Donor Advised Funds or Other Similar Funds or Accounts. Complete rf Ihe
,lne orQanlzation answered Ves" to Form 990 Part IV r 6
1 Tolal number at end of year
2 Aggregate contnbutlOns to (dunng year)
3 Aggreoate grants from (dunng year)
4 Aogreoate value at end of year
(a) Donor advISed funds (b) Funds and other accounts
6 Old the organIzation Inform aa donors and donor advISors In wntlng Ihat the assels held In donor advised funds
are the organrzatlOn's property, subject to the organization's exclUSIVe legal control? 0 Ves 0 No
6 Old the orgalllzatlOn Inform aU grantees, donors. and donor advisors In wntlng that grant funds can be used only
10r chantable purposes and not for the benefit of the dOnor or donor adviSor, or for any other purpose confemng
1m rmlSslble nvate ben f ? No
Part II Conservation Easements. Com etelf the or anlzallon answered 'Yes" 10 Form 990. Part IV, line 7.
1 Purpose(s) of conservatlon easements held by the organIZation (check all that apply).
o Preservation of land for pUblIC use (e.g., recreation or education) 0 Preservation of an hlstoncally Important land area
o Protection of natural habitat 0 Preservation of a certified histone structure
o PreservatIOn of open space
2 Complete lines 2a through 2d If the organrzahon held a qualified conservallon conlnbutlon In the form of a conservation easement on the last
day of the tax yeBl.
Total number of conservation easements
b Total acreage reslncted by conservation easements
c Number of conservatIon easements on a certified hlStonc structure Included In (a)
d Number of conservation easements Included In (c) acqUired after 8/17/06, and not on a hlstonc structure
listed In the National RegISter
3 Number of conservation easements modified, transferred. released, extinguished, or terminated by the organization dunng the tax
year ~ _
Held It the End 01 thl Til Year
2.
2b
2c
2d
.. Number of states where property SUbject to conservation easement IS located ~
5 Does the organIZatIOn have a wntten policy regarding the penodlc monltonng, inspection, handling of
"'Iolations, and enforcement of the conservation easements It holds? Dves DNo
e Staff and volunteer hou" devoted to monltonng, Inspecting, and enforCing conservallon easements dunng the year ~
7 Amount of expens89 Incurred In monltonng. Inspecting, and enforclt\g conservatIon easements dunng the year" $ _
8 Does each conservation easement reported on line 2(d) above satiSfy the requirements of secllOn 170(h)(4)(B)(i)
and section 170(h)(4)(B)(n)? 0 Ves 0 No
8 In Part XlV, descnbe how the organlzallOn reports conservatIOn easements In Ita revenue and expense statement. and balance sheet, and
Include, If applicable. the text of the footnote to the organIzatIOn's financl8l statements that descnbes the organization's accounting lor
conservatIon easement .
Part III Organizations Maintaining Collections of Art, Historical Treasures, or Other Similar Assets.
Complete If the organization answered 'Ves' to Form 990, Part IV, line 8.
,. If the organization elected, as permitted under SFAS 116 lASe 958), not to report In Its revenue atatement and balance sheet wor1(s 01 art,
histOrical treasures, or other Similar assets held for public exhIbition, education, or research In furtherance of publIC service. prOVide, In Part XIV,
the text of the footnote to Its f,nancla! statements that descnbes these Items.
b If the organiZatIOn elected, as permitted under SFAS 116 lASe 958), to report In Its revenue statement and balance sheet wor1(s of art, hlstonc"
treasures, or other simlla, assets held for pUblIC exhibition, educatIOn, or research In furtherance of publIC service, prOVide the follOWing amounts
relating to these Items:
(i) Revenues Included In Form 990, Part VIII, line 1 ~ $ _
(ti) Assets Included In Form 990, Part X ~ $ _
If the organIZation receIVed or held works of art. hlStoncal treasures. or olher SimIlar assets for finanCial gaIn, prOVIde
the follOWIng amounts reqUired to be reported under SFAS 116 tASC 958) relallng to these Items:
a Revenues Included In Form 990, Pan VIII, line 1
.. $-------
b Assets Included In Fonn 990, Part X
~ $-------
LHA for Paperwo\1( Reduction Act Notice, see lhelnstructions for Form 990.
Schedule 0 (Form 990) 2010
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Or anizations Malntainin Collections of Art Historical Treasures or Other Similar Assets contJnu
USing the organIzation's acquiSition, acc;esslOn, and other record8, check any of the following that are a SlQnrflcant use of Its colle<:t1on Items
(check all that apply):
0 Public exhibition
d 0 Loan or exchange programs
e DOlher _
b D Scholarly research
c 0 Preservation for future oeneratlons
4 Provide. descnptlon of the organIZation'S collections and explain how they further the organizatIon's exempt purpose In Part XIV.
5 Dunng the year, did the orgaruzatlOn sohcrt or receive donatIons of aIt, hlstoncal treasures, or other similar assets
to be sold to ratse funds rather than to be malntatned as art of the or anlzatlon's collectIon? Ve No
Part tv Escrow and Custodial Arrangements. Complete If the organizatIon answered 'Yes' to Form 990. Part IV,IIne 9, or
reported an amount on Form 990, Part X, line 21.
1. Is the organization an aoent, trustee, custodl8ll or other Intermediary for contnbutlonll or other assets not Included
on Form 990, Part X7 DVM DNo
b If 'Yes: explalfl the arrangement In Part XIV and complete the follOWIng table:
Beginning balance
d Addl1lOns dunng the year
Dtstnbutlons dunng the year
f Ending balance
Amount
1c
1d
18
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2. Old the organization InclUde an amount on Form 990, Part X. line 217 UVea UNo
b If 'Yes eXDlaln the arranaemenlln Part XIV.
IPartY IEndowment Funds. Complele" the organIZatIOn answered 'Yes' to Form 990, Part IV. line 10.
1. Beginning of year balance
b ContnbuUons
c Nel Investment eamlngs, gains, and losses
d Grants or scholarships
Other expenditures for faclll1les
and programs
f AdmlnlstrallVe expenses
9
End of year balance
fa) Current year (b) Poor vear (c) TwO vears Dack (el Thret vears back (e) FOUl vears back
2 Provide the estimated percentage of the year end balance held as:
Board deSignated or qussl-endowment %
b Permanent endowment. %
c Term endOwmen1 tK
3. Are lhere endOwment funds not In the possessIOn of the organization that are held and administered fo' the organization
by:
(i) unrelated organizatIOns
(11) related organizations
b If 'Yes' to 3aOI). are the related organlZBtlons IIsled as reqUIred on Schedule A?
Yes No
3am
3a/ii)
3b
4 Descnbe In Par1 XIV the Intended uses of the or08n1ZatlOn's endowment funds.
IPart VI I Land, Buildings, and EQuipment. See Form 990, Part X, line 10.
(d) Book value
Descnptlon of Iflvestment
1, Land
b BUIldings
c Leasehold Improvements
d EqUipment
Other
(a) Cost or other
basIS Onvestment)
(b) Cost or other
basIS (olher)
(c) Accumulated
depreciation
21,001. 3,705.
25,978. 1,973.
Tot.,. Add flnes 1a throuah 1e (Column (dJ mvst souBJ Form 990 PM X column (B),lme 70(cU

17,296.
24,005.
41,301 .
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(a) Descnptlon of secunty or cateoory
(b) Book value
Qncludlng name of SfJCunty)
(1 ) Financial derIVatIVes
(2) Closely'held equity interesl.
(3) Other
W
(B)
IC)
(0)
(E)
(F)
IG)
(H)
II)
Total. (Col (b\ must eQual Form 990 Part X col (8\ hne 12 )
I Part VIII Investments - Other Securities. See Form 990, Part X. lin. 12.
(e) Method or valuatIOn:
Cost Of end-of'year value
IPart Vllllrnvestments - Proaram Related. See Form 990 Part X hne 13.
fa) Descnpllon of Investment type (b) Book value
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Total./Col/b) must eoual Form 990 Part X col (8) 'lne 13)
IPart IX I Other Assets. See Form 990, Part X, line 15.
(a) Oescnptlon
(1)
/2)
/3)
/4)
(5)
f6l
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Total. {Column IbJ fTlJst eauaJ Form 990 P8I1 X col f8J Ime 15.1
I Part X t Other Liabilities. See Form 990. Part X, IIna 25.
1.
(a) Descnptlon of liability
(1) Federal Income taxas
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(b'Amount
(e) Method of valuation:
Co.t or end-of'year value
(b) Book value

Total. (Column (bJ fTlJst eQUal Form 990 P8I1 X col (8) Ime 25)
2. :: ;:0/ In ...." JUV, provlClle II'- alii 01 ",elQOlIlQw 10 Il1e organ".uvn n_. 1111_" l/I8lrwpDIU '"" organ'z.luon I uaa.,l'f llIt un_n 1M u_
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rPart Xil Reconciliation of Change in Net Assets from Fonn 990 to Audited Financial Statements
2,671,665.
1
1 Total revenue (Form 990. Part VIJI. column (A). line 12)
780,564.
2
2 Total expenses (Form 990. Part IX, column W, line 25)
1,891,101.
3
4 Net unrealIZed gaIns (losses) on Investments
3
Excess or (deficit) for the yeal. Subtract hne 2 from line 1
4
5
Donated servICes and use at taclll1les
5
8 Investment expenses
8
7 Pnor period adjustments
7
8 O1her (Descnbe In Par1 XIV.)
a
o.
9
10
Excess or Ideflcl1) for the VBaI per audited financial statements. Combine hnes 3 and g
9 Total adjustments (net). Add lInes 4 through 8
1,891,101.
IPart XII I Reconciliation of Revenue per Audited Financial Statements With Revenue Der Return
1
Total revenue. gains, and other support per audited finanCial statements
2 Amounts Included on hne 1 but not on Form 990, Part VIIJ.llne 12:
a Net unrealized gBlns on Investments
b Donated servICes and use of faelbtles
c Racovenes of pnor year grants
d Other (Descnbe In Part XIV)
10
Add lines 2a through 2d
3 Subtract lIne 2. from line 1
4 Amounts Included on Form 990. Part VIII. line 12. but not on line 1:
InvBstment expenses not Included on Form 990, Part VIII, line 7b
b Other (DeSCribe In Part XIV.)
c Add lines 4. and 4b
5
Total revenue Add lines 3 and 4c. mJ/s must eauaJ Form 990. P8I11 Ime 72)
rPart XliiI Reconciliation of Exoenses Der Audited Financial Statements With Expenses per Retum
1 Total expenses and 1oes88 per audl1ed finanCIal statements
2
Amounts Included on line 1 but not on Form 990, Part IX, line 25:
Donated services and use of facilitieS
b Pnor yeal adjustments
c Other losses'
d Other (Descnbe In Part XIV.)
Add lines 2a through 2d
3 Subtract line 28 from hne 1
4 Amounts Included on Form 990. Part IX, line 25. but not on line 1:
a Investment expenses not ,ncluded on Form 990. Part VIII, line 7b
b Other (Descnbe In Part XIV.)
c Add lines 4. and 4b
5
Total exoenses. Add lines 3 and "c, (ThIS fNst &Oual Form 990 PBtt lime 18 J
! Part XlVI Supplemental Infonnatlo"
Complet. thiS part to prOVide the descnptJons reqUIred for Part 1I,IIn8s 3. 5, and 9; Part III, lines 1a and 4; Part IV, hnes 1b and 2b; Part V, hne 4; Part
X. Ime 2; Part XI, line 8; Part XII, lines 2d Dnd 4b; and Part XIII, knee 2d and 4b. Also complete thiS part to provide any addrtlonallnformatlOn.
2,793,353. 1
2.
2b 121,688.
20
2d
121,688.
3
2.
2.671.665.
I 4. I
4b
o.
4c
2,671.665. 5
902.252. 1
121,688. 2.
2b
2c
2d
121,688.
3
2.
780,564.
I 4. I
4b
4c
o.
780.564. 5
Schedule D (Form 1180) 2010
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SCHEDULE'O
(Form NO or 890EZ)

Inl.,.," Rftenue SeIYIQI
Supplemental Information to Form 990 or 99O-EZ
Complete to provide information for response. to specific questions on
Form 180 or 190EZ or to provide any eddttlonallnformetlon.
Attach to Form 190 or 190EZ.
Open to Public
Inspection
Name of the organIzation Employer IdentifiC8tion number
JUMO INTERNATIONAL INC. 27-1746715
FORM 990, PART III, LINE 1, DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION MISSION:
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC. (JUMO) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT
OPERATES A SOCIAL NETWORK CONNECTING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS
WORKING FOR GLOBAL CHANGE. JUMO ENABLES EVERYDAY PEOPLE TO FIND,
FOLLOW, AND SUPPORT THOSE WORKING TOWARD SOLUTIONS IN THEIR COMMUNITY
AND IN REGIONS AROUND THE WORLD.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION B, LINE 11: MANAGEMENT REVIEWED THE FORM 990
WITH THE AUDIT COMMITTEE AND WILL PRESENT IT TO THE FULL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRIOR TO FILING THE RETURN.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION B, LINE 12C: JUMO MONITORS THE CONFLICT OF
INTEREST POLICY BY ANNUAL DISCLOSURE FOR EACH BOARD MEMBER.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION B, LINE 15A: THE BOARD DISCUSSED, REVIEWED, AND
APPROVED THE COMPENSATION FOR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND TOP MANAGEMENT
OFFICIALS USING COMPARABLE DATA FROM OTHER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
FORM 990, PART VI, SECTION C, LINE 19: THE GOVERNING DOCUMENTS, CONFLICT
OF INTEREST POLICY AND FINANCIAL STATEMTENTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
JUMO HAS AN AUDIT COMMITTEE THAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERSIGHT OF THE
AUDIT AND SELECTION OF THE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR.
LHA For P8perwOrtc Reduction Act Notice, se. the InstNctlons for Form leo or 910EZ.
Schedule 0 (Form 990 or 910EZ) (2010)
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4562 Form
Depreciation and Amortization
990
(Including Infonnatlon on Listed Property)
.....".,
Inl.mallWwenll' !ler<Q (9VI See separate Instructions. Attach to your t return.
Narne('1 ,,,GWfI on ...tum Blltl.-, or IC1IlI)o 10 w1t1dl thla Itlrm rwIe'..
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC. FORM 990 PAGE 10
OMB No
2010
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!*I_No 17
ICStnlllylng nutnl*
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I Part II Election To EJ Certain Under Section 179 Nole:" you have any listed property, complete Par1 V befOl8 you complet. PIIIt I.
1 500,000.
1 Maximum amount (see Instruchons)
2 Total cost of SectlOll '79 property placed In servICe (see InstructIOns)
3 Threshold cost of sectIOn 179 property before reduction In
2
4
5
g
10
11
12
3 2,000,000.
4 ReductIOn In IImltatlon. SUbtract line 3 from line 2. If zero or less, enter
5 Donet Ilt'IIllllllon lot lu v_ Sllb\nlC\lIne. 11'0", lin. 1 /I lIfO Of I.. en'... -I). If men\., ftllna .........,- _ ,..lNe1Ion.
(bl Cost (blqln UN 01111'1 (el Elec;t., co III O..c;nllllOll 01 PIOI*1Y
8
7 listed property. Enter the amount from hne 29 T7
8 Total elected cost of SBetlon 179 property. Add amounts In column (c), lines 6 and 7 8
g
TentatNe deductIOn. Enter the ,maUer of hne 5 or hne 8
10 Carryover of disallowed deductIon from line 13 of your 2009 Form 4562
11 BUSiness Income limitation. Enter the smaller of bUSiness Income (not less than zero) or Itne 5
12 SectIOn 179 expense deduction. Add lines 9 and , 0, but do not enter more than hne 11
13 Carrvover of dISallowed deduction to 2011. Add hnes 9 and 10 less hne 12 13
Note' Do not use Part /I or Part ffI below for lIsted property Instead, use Par1 V.
\ Part til Special Depreciation Allowance and Other DeprecIation (00 not Include hsted property.)
14 Special depreCiation allowance for qualrfied property (other than lISted property) placed In service dunng
the tax year 14
15 Property subject to section 168(f)(1) election 15
16 Other deoreclatlon rlncludlna ACRSl 16 5,678.
17 MACRS deductIons for assets placed ,n servICe In tax years beginnIng before 20'0 17
18
I Part JIll
.......llIC:aJunl. check ,,_
MACRS Depreciation (Do not Include listed property.) (See instructions.)
Section A
(I) ClesllllcabOft of property
IblMonI/lMG
V_PiKed
.n.....,_
(e;) B... !Ill' Cleprwc\Ion
(bu,ln..sIInlt.tmen\ u..
only .... InelNcllon'l
(ell fW:ay''Y
pellOCf
llll Conltenllon (g) Oept'llClellOll d.,ucllOn
19. 3'year property
b
Syear property
c 7'year orooertv
d
, Q-year orooerty
e 15year property
f
g
20-year orooertv
25year oroperty 25 yrs. Sil
h ReSidential rental property
I 27.5 VfS. MM Sil
I 27.5 yrs. MM SIL
I NonreSIdential real property
I 39 vrs. MM Sil
I MM SI\.
Section C - Assets Placed In Servlc. Dunng 2010 Tax Y.ar Using the Anernatlv. DepreCIatIon System
20. Closs life SIl
b 12vear 12 VI'S. SIL
c 40vear I 40 vrs. MM SIL
I Part IV I Summary (See InstructIOns.)
21 listed property. Enter amount from hne 28
22 Totat. Add amounts from hne 12. hnes 14 through 17. hnes 19 and 20 In column (g), and line 21.
Enter here and on the appropnate lines of your retum. Partnerships and S corporations' see lostr.
23 For assets shown above and placed In service dunng the current yeal. enter the
oortlon of the basIS attnbutable to sectIon 263A costs 23/
016251
12.21.10 LHA For Peperwork Reduction Act Notice, sa. 5.paratelnstruc1lon,.
21
22 5,678.
Form 4562 (2010)
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Listed Property (Include automobiles, certain other vehICles, certain computers, and property used for entertaanment, recreatIOn, or
amusement.)
Note: For lI11y vflhlC/e for whIch you are IJSlng the standard ",,/e.g8 fit. or leue wpense, complete only 24.. 24b, columns (-.J
throuoh (c) of SectIon A, all of SectIOn 8, I11d Section C If "Ppllcable.
Section A Oeprecietion end Other Information (Caution' See the instructIons for lImits for passenger aJtomoblles )
24a Do YOU have evld.nc. 10 SUPIlOr1lh. bUSlnessJinvestm.nl use claImed? [ ] Ves (
] No 24b If 'Yes IS the evidence wrrtten? r ] Ves [ ] No
(a)
Type ot prope':(
(hsl v.hlcles firs )
(b)
Dal.
placed In
service
(c)
Business/
Investment
un p.rc.nlag.
(et)
Coslol
other basiS
(e)
BasIl IDt Cl....tIon
(bw1ll."'nv.\IlWlI
only)
(1)
Recov.ry
plnod
(9)
Melhod!
Convenllon
(h)
Depr,clatlon
deduction
(I)
Elecled
sectIon 179
cosl
25 Special depreciatIOn allowance for quallfl8d listed property placed In seMce dunng the tax year and
/25 used more than 509ft In a auallfied bUSIness use
aJlflad
28 P,operly used monl 'hal 50% " ar bu.. u..,
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27 Property used 50% or less In a Qua med buslnes8 use:
% S/L'
% S/L
% S/L
28 Add amounts In column (h), lanes 25 through 27. Enter here and on line 21. page 1 128
29 Add amounts In column m. hne 26. Enter here and on hne 7. Daoe 1 1 28
Section 8 Infonnetion on Use of Vehicle.
Complete thIS seclion for vehicles used by a sole propnetor, partner, or other 'more than 5% owner,' or related person.
If you provIded vehIcles to your employees, first answer the questlOlls In Section C to see If you meet an exception to completing thIS section tor
those vehicles.
(-) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)
30 Total busln.ss/invlstment mIles dnven dUllng Ihe VehICle Vehicle VehICle VehICle VehICle VehICle
year (do not InclUd. commuting millS)
31 Total commutIng miles drIVen dunng the year
32 Total other personal (noncommutlng) miles
dnven
33 Total miles dnven dunng the year.
Add hnes 30 through 32
34 Was the vehicle available for personal use Yes No Ve. No Ves No Ve. No Ves No Ve. No
dunng off-duty hours?
35 Was the vehIcle used pnmanly by a more
than 5% owner or related person?
36 Is another vehicle avaIlable lor personal
use?
Section C Question. 'or Employe,. Who Provide Vehicle. for U.e by Their Employ...
Answer these questions to detemunelf you meet an to completing Sec110n Bfor vehlCl.. uSed by employees who are not more 1han 5%
owners or related oersons.
37 Do you maIntain a wntten policy statement that prohlbfta all personal use of vehicles, Including commultng, by your
employees?
38 Do you malOtaln a wnt1en poIte:y statement that prohibits personal use 01 vehICles, commuting. by your
employees? See the Instructions for vehICles used by corporate officera, directors, or 1% 01 more owners
38 Do you treat all use 01 vehICles by employees as personal use?
40 Do you prOVide more than flVB vehICles to your employees, obtain Informa11on Irom your employees about
the use of the vehIcles, and retain the Information receIVed?
41 Do you meet th8 requirements concerning qualrfled automobile demonstratIOn use?
Note: If vour answer to 37 38 39 40 or 41 IS Yes do not como/ete SectIon B for the covered vehleltls
rPart vff Amortiutlon
Ve. No
(a) (c) (d)
(f)
(b) (e)
O.cnptlon 0'
I II
An-ortll'" CocM
1
Amot1lllllon
IICllon -:=-* .moun' 1
lot I"" v
42 Amortllatlon of co,t, that begIns dunng your 2010 tax year:
'*'=
DIGITAL PROPERTY
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ACQUISITION 10225101 121,1411
1 60M 25,141.
43 Amortization of costs that began belore your 2010 tax year
143
44 Total. Add amounts In column tn. See the Instructions for where to reoort
144 25,141.
0162'2 1221.10
Form 4582 (2010)
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18180512 135009 9049
2010.03040 JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
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EXHIBIT G
TO VERIFIED PETITION
WRITTEN CONSENT
ACTION BY \VRITTEN CONSENT
OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
JUMO INTERNATIONAL, INC.
6 .2011
The undersigned. being all of the directors (the "Board") of Jumo International. Inc. (the
"Corporation"), and acting hereunder without convening a fonnal meeting, do hereby consent in
writing, pursuant to Section 708 of the Not-far-Profit Corporation Law of the State of New York
(the to the adoption of the foHowing resolutions and agree that said resolutions shaH
have the same effects as if duly adopted at a special meeting held for that purpose:
WHEREAS: The Board has detennined that it is in the best interests of the Corporation to sell
to GOOD Worldwide, LLC ("GOOD") assets described in the Purchase
Agreement by and between the Corporation and GOOD, in the form attached
hereto as Exhibit A (the HPurchase Agreement"), being substantially all of the
Corporation (the "Assets") and in connection therewith, the Board at
its oJ , 2011 meeting authorized the President to enter into
negotia ions for the sale of the Assets;
WHEREAS: Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC, has prepared a Fair Market Value
Analysis letter for the Assets, which the Board has duly considered; and
WHEREAS, The Board has detennined that the sale oftbe Assets pursuant to the Purchase
Agreement is a commercially reasonable transaction based upon the fair market
value of the Assets, as reflected in the Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC,
opinion of value letter, and that the sale of the Assets pursuant to the Purchase
Agreement would be in the best interests of the Corporation;
NOW THEREFORE, be it hereby
RESOLVED, that the Corporation is hereby authorized to enter into, execute, deliver and
perfonn the Purchase Agreement and all Ancillary Agreements (as defmed in the Purchase
Agreement);
RESOLVED, that the Corporation sell to GOOD the Assets for the sum of Sixty-Two
Thousand Two Hundred Twenty One Dollars ($62,221) upon the tenns and conditions as
set forth in the Purchase Agreement;
RESOLVED, that the Corporation is hereby authorized to enter into and pertorm its
obligations under the Purchase Agreement;
RESOLVED, that the proceeds of such sale be used and disposed of in the following
manner: Jumo will continue a portion of its operations during a winding down period prior
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to dissolution and will distribute any remaining assets to another organization qualified
under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, with similar
charitable purposes;
RESOLVED, that the dissolution of the Corporation after the sale authorized herein is
contemplated by the Board of
RESOL VED, to authorize the officers of the Corporation to provide written notice of the
sale of the Assets to the Attorney General of the State of New York and obtain court
approval in accordance with 510-511 of New York Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, if
necessary;
RESOLVED, that the officers of the Corporation be, and each of them acting singly
hereby is, authorized in the name of and on behalf of the Corporation, to take any and all
actions to execute and deliver any and all agrcements, certificates, powers of attorney,
assignments, instruments or other documents and to do any and all things that, in its
judgment, may be necessary or advisable to effectuate each of the foregoing resolutions;
such execution and delivery by any officer of any such agreement, certificate, assignment,
instrument or other document or the doing by any of them of any such act (including the
authorization of any change in any such agreement, certificate, assignment, instrument or
other document) shall conclusively establish both the authority of such person to do so
from the Corporation and the approval of the Board;
RESOLVED FURTHER, that all actions heretofore and hereafter taken by the Board or
any officer consistent with the foregoing resolutions be and each of them is in all respects
hereby ratified, approved, continned and adopted;
RESOLVED FURTHER, that the officers of the Corporation be, and each of them acting
singly hereby is, authorized to take all and any further action(s) including without
limitation the execution and delivery on behalf of the Corporation of any documentation,
supplemental or ancillary to the documents referred to in these resolutions as may be
necessary or desirable in achieving the purposes of these resolutions;
RESOLVED FURTHER, that this consent may be executed in one or more counterparts,
each of which shall be deemed to be an original, but all of which together shall be
considered one and the same instrument; and that this consent may be executed by
facsimile; and
RESOLVED FURTHER, to direct that this consent he filed with the records of meetings
of the Corporation.
[Signature Page to Follow)
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IN \VITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned have executed this consent as of the date
first set forth above.
Board of Directors
Michael Slaby
Joel Cutler
Chris Bishko
Susan McCue
James Pallotta
Will Reynolds
127204.206812

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. the undersigned have executed this consent as of the date
first set forth above.
Board of Directon
Chris Hughes
Michael Slaby
Joel Cutler
Chris Bishko
Susan McCue
James Pallotta
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IN WITNESS WHEREO., the undersigned ha\'C CXL"Cuted thi!O consent as of the dare
til'S' $et forth abo'c.
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Chris
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10.:1 Cutler
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Susan McCue
James Pallotta
Will RC)T1olds
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undmigned have executed thiJ consent u of the date
flfSt sot forth above.
BOlrd or DlreclO"
Chris Hughes
Michael Slaby
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Chris Bisbko
SusauMcCuc
James Pallotta
Will Reynolds
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned have executed this consent as of the date
first set forth above.
Board of Oireston
Chris Hughes
Joel Cutler
Chris Bishko
Susan McCue
Jwnes Pallotta
WilJ Reyno,lds
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IN WITNESS \VHEREOF, the undersigned have executed this consent as of the date
first set forth above.
Board or DirectQrs
Chris Hughes
Michael Slaby
Joel Cutler
Chris Bishko
Susan McCue
James Pallotta
Will Reynolds
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