Posts Categorized: Non-profits

Minimum Wage Increase Goes into Effect on July 1!

Do you know the minimum wage for many nonprofit employees will increase on July 1, 2019? On that date, certain cities and counties in California, as well as the District of Columbia, New Jersey and Oregon, will increase the minimum hourly wage for nonexempt employees. The size of the wage increase may depend whether the …

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New Warnings from the Attorney General

Is your nonprofit a target for the Attorney General? This week, the head of the California Attorney General’s Charitable Trust Section, Tania Ibanez, provided an update on its enforcement of laws regulating charities. That update revealed that the Attorney General is scrutinizing charities that solicit donations for purposes related to veterans, cancer treatment and animal …

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Our Client in Congress

November 27, 2018 Posted by Arthur Rieman in Congress, News, Non-profits, Nonprofits

Katie Hill, former Executive Director of our client, PATH, was elected to Congress earlier this month. She will be representing California’s 25th District. The district serves Katie’s home town of Santa Clarita and other communities in northern Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. We had the pleasure of working with and getting to know Katie when …

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California Attorney General Here to Help Nonprofits

October 25, 2018 Posted by Steven Adamian in Non-profits, Nonprofits

Need help understanding a nonprofit’s reporting requirements with the California Attorney General’s office? Or help curing a nonprofit’s delinquent status with the agency’s Registry of Charitable Trusts? If so, help is here! The Attorney General’s Charitable Trust Section is providing a live webinar on October 30, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. to address these topics. Specifically, …

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Click a Button, Find a Grant, Now a Reality

Your wish came true! In a recent blog post, we told you about a bill passed by the California legislature that would allow nonprofits to click a button to find all state grants for which it may be eligible. As we and others suggested, thousands of Californians contacted Governor Brown and signed petitions to ask …

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