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Private Foundation vs. Public Charity: Spot the Difference

When starting a 501(c)(3) organization, there are generally two choices for classifying the organization: private foundation or public charity. Public charities represent the largest share (72%) of active, 501(c)(3) organizations. Their purpose is to perform charitable work, while private foundations…

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Can A Nonprofit Change Its Mission?

Healthy things grow.  That goes for both people and organizations.  All but the smallest of businesses grow and evolve over time.  Often it is a necessity to keep up with changes in the business environment, regulatory change, or simply changes…

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4 Tips for Attracting and Retaining Event Sponsors

The presence or absence of sponsors can make or break your nonprofit’s events. Your team has likely poured many hours into the planning process to ensure your venue, marketing materials, and event content are innovative and engaging for your attendees.…

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Should I Incorporate My New Nonprofit?

So, you’re planning on starting a new nonprofit sometime soon. Maybe you’ve heard something about incorporating, but you don’t fully understand what that means. Or, someone told you to form an LLC instead. There’s a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding…

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Does Our Nonprofit Have to Register for Charitable Solicitations?

Your nonprofit organization has received donations. Fantastic news! But… do you need to concern yourself with the state’s fundraising registration process? You see words like charitable solicitation, but what does that mean? What actions give rise to a nonprofit needing…

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