11 Myths of Fundraising Registration
State Registration Requirements for Nonprofit Fundraising
February 25, 2010
appx 32 minutes
Every registrant receives FREE access to
download the PowerPoint handout and MP3 recording of the seminar.
Here to Register and Download
Only Available Through Affinity Seminars
Gary Curtis Cannon, Attorney; and Marc Lee, CFRE
Do you ever wonder what's really required of your organization
when it comes to fundraising registration?
This Seminar will build on the basics from last fall's introduction
to this topic. Listen to that seminar recording first. Then, learn
new details of the changing regulatory landscape.
Nobody likes government regulation. But don't
get caught by rules
that keep changing.
This seminar will correct much of the misinformation that abounds
on this topic and share new details.
The myths the seminar will address include:
- The penalties for not registering are toothless.
- Only large NPOs need to register.
- Internet fundraising is exempt from registration requirements.
- Special Events are fundraising and covered by registration.
- Colleges and Universities donít have to register.
- All religious organizations are exempt.
- The Universal Registration Statement covers everything.
Who Should Attend:
Board Presidents, Board Members, Executive Directors, Development
Applies to all nonprofit organizations with total annual fundraising
revenue of $25,000 or more.
About Gary Curtis Cannon:
Gary Curtis Cannon is an attorney practicing
in the San Diego, California area. He is a veteran of nonprofit
legal counsel, advising nonprofits on all issues of compliance
with Federal and State reporting requirements, fundraising laws
and regulations, including State charity registration laws, and
the IRS revised Form 990. Gary is a partner in Affinity
Fundraising Registration Services for Nonprofits.
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Marc Lee is an independent fundraising consultant and the founder
of Affinity Seminars.
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