Nonprofit Fundraising Registration
How to Do It Yourself:
Strategy, Tips and Tools for In-House Charitable Solicitation Registration
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
1:00 p.m. Eastern Time;
10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Approximately 30 minutes plus Q&A
Every registrant receives FREE access to download
the PowerPoint handout and recording of the seminar.
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Only Available Through Affinity Seminars
State requirements are different in every state.
With the multiple forms, attachments, fees, and deadlines, getting and staying in compliance can quickly grow out of hand — not to mention the maze of state offices to navigate.
Whether you're already managing your fundraising registration process or considering getting registered for the first time, join Affinity for a strategy session on how to do-it-yourself and keep your sanity.
In this seminar you will:
- Learn how to get started and what it will take,
- Review where you can use the Unified Registration Statement,
- Discover where you may be subject to fines and penalties,
- Discuss strategy for how to move from zero to registered in a feasible way for your organization,
- Find out how and where to save money in the registration process,
- Learn about tools and resources to help you manage the process,
- And more!
This seminar will NOT address: State Registration Basics and what constitutes a solicitation. Download
this free recording for that information.
Who should attend:
Any staff member with hands-on responsibility for their nonprofit's
fundraising registration, AND their supervisor. COOs, CFOs, Executive
Directors, CFOs, Controllers, Board members and Development Directors
will also benefit. Applies to all nonprofit and charity organizations.
SPACE IS LIMITED - REGISTER
About Marc Lee:
Marc Lee, a former CFRE, has worked as an independent
fundraising consultant for over 15 years and is the founding President
While in staff positions, Marc personally did the leg work for
registering the organization he worked for. He counseled and assisted
his first nonprofit with nationwide registration in 2000. Marc
works daily with nonprofits of all sizes around their state registration
needs. He speaks with state charity officials at least weekly. More…