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Nuts and Bolts of Nonprofit Law, Part 1 – Webinar – Postponed!

February 24, 2021 | 9:00 am  –  12:00 pm

$60 Pricing options vary, please see below!

Due to low registration numbers, the live version of this training, scheduled for 2/24/21, has been cancelled. Communities Rise is still dedicated to providing the community with relevant and informative trainings and workshops and will instead be providing a pay-per-view version of this training within the next month. Check back here for more details!

This training is designed for both attorneys and non-attorneys who want to learn about the nuts and bolts of nonprofit law.  You will be taken through the state and federal law requirements and procedures of starting up a new nonprofit organization and obtaining 501c3 tax-exemption.

If you are thinking about a starting a nonprofit and considering obtaining tax-exemption status under 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code, have just become involved with a nonprofit or representing nonprofits, this is the seminar for you.  We will cover all the state and federal legal requirements for starting a Washington tax-exempt nonprofit corporation and the basic ongoing compliance requirements for tax-exempt nonprofits.  

Topics will include: fiduciary duties of directors and officers, Charitable Solicitation Act, governance policies, Form 1023 tax-exempt application and Form 990 reporting, This training is ideal for attorneys (2.5 CLE Credits Law and Legal – Pending) and non-attorneys who work with nonprofit organizations or want to work with nonprofits. Highly recommended for attorneys who want to volunteer for Communities Rise.

Once the recording of this training is made available we will update our website with a link to the page where you can pay to view.

Pricing will be as follows:

$60 – Nonprofit board, staff, volunteers, and community members

$125 – Attorneys (Includes 2.5 CLE credits law and legal)

Please contact Sarah Baker at if you have any questions.