Posts Tagged: Charity

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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President Obama Clarifies Rules for Religious Charities that Receive Federal Money for Social Services

President Barak Obama issued an executive order on November 17 that sheds light on the new policy-making criteria for religious social-service providers who receive federal money in the way of grants and contracts. This order ensures that the money is only used for secular purposes. According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, “President Obama signed an …

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Are There Tax Potholes In Your Charity’s Year-End Vehicle Donation Program?

As this economically challenging year comes to a close, many non-profits are looking for ways to boost their fundraising efforts in order to meet year-end goals. Some tax-exempt organizations are looking to vehicle donations as one way to supplement end-of-year fundraising. The last several years have seen a proliferation of for-profit entities that have created …

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Non-Profits Need To Trademark their Tag Lines!

August 10, 2010 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Trademark

As detailed in the Wall Street Journal on August 5, 2010, protecting a nonprofit’s trademarks doesn’t stop at just the logo. Non-Profits need to trademark their phrases, power lines, tag lines and slogans … indeed, any phrase or image that used to represent the organization or its services. This lesson has come home to haunt …

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