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Nonprofit Leadership and the Law
This comprehensive handbook is an important resource for board members and nonprofit administrators and their professional counselors.
Question of the Week
October 14-21, 2014
Why don’t crowdfunders have to register to solicit?
Every day, common-people post projects on crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter to fund various ventures. Many of these are aimed at making a profit from money contributed to their campaign, since people often raise funds for their time and compensation involved in the project.How come an individual who raises funds on these sites does not have to register with any states as a for-profit fundraiser or something similar?
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State Charitable Solicitation Statutes: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
1:30-3:00 PM ET
Charities that seek contributions nationally must register in 39 states and the District of Columbia before starting to solicit. It's important that charities abide by these statutes— since noncompliance can result in the imposition of fines and penalties
24th Annual This Year in Nonprofit Law
Tuesday, November 18 - Philadelphia, PA
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