Starting A Nonprofit Organization: What’s Involved?

This workshop is designed for anyone interested in learning the procedures of starting a nonprofit, as well as for those who have already begun the process.

Nonprofit organizations are formed by groups of people with a common concern who organize to take action. However, the legal steps and action items required to register a nonprofit can be daunting. This session, led by experienced consultants who have helped numerous start-ups, is designed to ease the process by providing a checklist of the actions necessary to gain nonprofit tax-exempt status and recommended resources to turn to for help.

Through this workshop, participants will:

  • Understand the checklist of actions necessary to gain nonprofit tax exempt status
  • Successfully complete the articles of incorporation and IRS Form 1023
  • Become knowledgeable about the legal expectations and the nondistribution constraint of forming a start up nonprofit

Instructor(s)
Larry Howlett, Consultant, Center for Nonprofit ManagementJim Vaillancourt, Senior Consultant, Center for Nonprofit Management
Date/Time
July 14, 2017; 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Fee
$50.00 for Members; $50.00 for nonmembers; $50.00 for students
Level
One Star
Subject Area(s)
Planning & Evaluation
Location
Center for Nonprofit Management

Registration

This workshop has already started and registrations are no longer being accepted. If you are interested in taking this course, please refer to the list below to find another time with the course will be offered.

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