Charity Fundraisers Raise Many Legal Issues
From preparation, through running the event, and reporting the results careful lawyering can reduce the risks of liability and embarrassment
It isn’t easy to run a successful charitable fundraising event. There is a lot of planning required, a lot of details to worry about, and a lot of people to coordinate. And, if you ask – and sometimes even if you don’t – there are the lawyers.
A fundraising event presents a wide range of nonprofit legal issues. What follows is a checklist of some of them.
This Ready Reference Page covers; preparing for the event, soliciting for the event, running the event and after the event.
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