State Registration for Charitable Solicitation
4th Annual New Developments Update
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Beginning at 1:00 pm Eastern Time
Approximately 30 minutes plus Q & A
Every registrant receives FREE access to download
the PowerPoint handout.
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Available Only Through Affinity Seminars
Marc Lee, CFRE, President FundraisingRegistration.com
State requirements change every year. We'll unpack
changes from the past year so you know what actions you must take.
What do you need in order to raise funds legally?
State regulators have clear ideas of what constitutes
fundraising solicitation in their state -- and they're
not all alike.
There are no cookie-cutter solutions. Avoid having state fines
imposed on your organization.
Get details you need in order to register for legal fundraising
in any state.
Updates will include changes in rates, due dates, applications,
processes that you need to learn about.
The areas the seminar will address include:
- Learn where you can use the Unified Registration Statement,
and where you can't.
- New states now requiring registration.
- Find about about new developments in online registration.
- Know the new and old fines you should probably expect.
- Understand whether you need Registration or Authority To Conduct
Business or both.
- Find out how who wants to know if you are registered.
- Learn many details that have changed in different states including:
AZ, DC, NV, MS, NY, OH, WI, NH, ME.
- Cloud-based solutions to registration.
- Discover what law firms will charge you.
- Saving money in the registration process.
This seminar will NOT address: State Registration
the free recording for that information.
Who Should Attend:
COOs, CFOs, Executive Directors, CFOs,
Controllers, Board Members, Development Directors.
Applies to all nonprofit organizations with total annual
revenue of $250,000 or more.
About Marc Lee:
Marc Lee, CFRE worked as an independent fundraising
consultant for over 10 years and is the founding President of FundraisingRegistration.com. 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.
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