Tom O'Brien, Program Manager of Neighborhood Connections at The Cleveland Foundation, will present ways that organizations can bring in their first dollars and begin to fundraise for their future.
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Learn how to draft the certificate of incorporation, hold organizational meetings, adopt bylaws, and apply to the Internal Revenue Service for 501(c) (3) status.
Can I get funding for my nonprofit while I am in the process of incorporating or getting tax-exempt status?https://learning.candid.org/resources/knowledge-base/fundraising-during-the-incorporation-process/
Technically, yes. However, your initial support probably will not come from foundation grants since most institutional funders generally require proof of 501(c)(3) status and prefer to support organizations with a...
Crowdfunding is a way to raise funds for a specific cause or project by asking a large number of people to donate money, usually in small amounts, and usually during...
A nonprofit is an organization that isn’t run for the purpose of making a profit for its leaders. With a nonprofit, you have the power to help more people, and...
Is your nonprofit ready to fundraise? This workshop sponsored by Seattle Public Library will help you learn how to get started!
Is your nonprofit getting ready to seek grant funding? This workshop sponsored by Seattle Public Library will help you learn how to get started!