Posts Categorized: Fiscal sponsors

Is Fiscal Sponsorship Right for You?

Many individuals looking to develop a charitable program assume that they need to create a nonprofit organization to solicit tax-deductible contributions. While establishing a nonprofit is often the best course of action, for many there is another way – fiscal sponsorship. Fiscal sponsorship is a partnership with a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization – the fiscal sponsor …


Fiscal Sponsorship: 10 Things to Know

January 14, 2021 Posted by Casey Summar in Board, Fiscal sponsors, Non-profits, Nonprofits, Pandemic

Fiscal sponsorship is one of the topics we have been receiving a surge of inquiries about during the pandemic at The Law Firm for Non-Profits. Some of these inquiries are driven by organizations seeking a way to respond quickly to one of the myriad challenges facing our country. Others are looking for a way to …


How to Make it to Hollywood

February 21, 2013 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Fiscal sponsors, Fundraising, Grantmaking, IRS, News

The Academy Awards are announced this Sunday. Why is this mentioned on a 501(c)(3) law blog? Believe it or not, Oscars and nonprofits have something in common! Of course, many documentaries and shorts are produced by or with funding from nonprofits. But this year, the big prize could go to a feature film funded by …


Newsletter – Avoid Fiscal Sponsorship Risks

March 28, 2012 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Fiscal sponsors, News

Does your organization act as a fiscal sponsor? Do you use, or have you considered using, a fiscal sponsor for your program? Then you should take note of the rude awakening experienced by the fiscal sponsor world last month. As reported in the Los Angeles Times and Nonprofit Quarterly, International Humanities Center allegedly misused, diverted …