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State Charitable Solicitation Statutes: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask (Recorded)

State Charitable Solicitation Statutes: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask (Recorded)

This program was recorded on October 12, 2023

Are Charities that seek contributions nationally required to register in 39 states and the District of Columbia that require registration before starting to solicit? What about for-profit fundraisers? Are they required to register and file their contracts and other documentation in some states? Since many states are increasing their enforcement efforts to ensure that charities and fundraisers are complying with initial and annual registration requirements, it's important that charities and fundraisers abide by these statutes-especially since noncompliance can result in the imposition of significant fines and penalties.

Program materials (53-page pdf file) will include an extensive review of the statutes and their provisions, plus a copy of the Uniform Registration Statement for multi-state filings. 

This webinar will be presented by Karl Emerson, Esq. of Montgomery, McCracken. Karl is the former Director of the Bureau of Charitable Organizations of Pennsylvania. Don Kramer, Editor and Publisher of Nonprofit Issues, will co-present. Tish Mogan, Standards for Excellence Consultant, from the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations will serve as program moderator. This program is offered in partnership with PANO.

Whether you are a nonprofit executive, board member, lawyer or accountant, knowing the intricacies of state charitable solicitation registration statutes is relevant to your work and the success of your nonprofit organizations.

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