Annual fund, direct mail, capital campaigns, consultants, major gifts, fund-raising planning, case statements, prospect research,
41 years as senior development officer of significant recognizable institutions in education, health-care, academic medical centers, colleges, universities, churches, synagogues and general fund-raising consulting.
Jossey-Bass Series on Fundraising
BA, University of the South, Sewanee, TN Graduate study in political science, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
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1. Why does Town Board approval mean you can't solicit funds for your project? 2. If no tax deduction is involved your bank can set up a fund for you under a DBA. If some will want the deduction
If the fundraising is for its purposes I don't think there is a problem but "fundraiser" is a pretty generic term and there may be things it would not be wise to do. There are all kinds of things it can
My computer has been in the shop. I sent you an answer on my Blackberry but apparently that didn't work. I am not sure what you mean by "lodge." If the IRS recognizes it as a 501c3 or one of the other
I don't think its a problem, given that you are both doing the same things but if I were concerned, as you and your accountant seem to be, I think your documentation would get you through this easily.
You are technically vulnerable, i.e. there may be some item in the IRS Code--a huge document--that you've violated but from what you've written to me, I don't think you need to lose any sleep. The IRS