You should choose a name that represents the purpose of your nonprofit corporation. Most recommend selecting a name that is unique to your company/NonProfit and that is short and easy to remember. Having too long of a name can cause you to lose business as very few would be able to remember your company name. We can not really advise on what name someone should go with as that is a choice on the owner of the business can make.
If you incorporate through IncFile, we will complete a name availability search on the initial name that is provided to us to assure that your name is available and not deceptively similar to any other legal entity. Once we determine there is no issue with the name, we will proceed with the filing to the state. If we do find any issues then we will notify our customer to provide us with a correction.
Furthermore, you must also select a "Designator" to be placed at the end of your company name to indicate that your nonprofit is incorporated, by including the words “Corporation”, “Incorporated”, “Corp.”, or “Inc.” in your name. These choices of "Designators" may vary depending on the state, and most states will require a designator to be selected for the company.