Critical legal information for enhancing and expanding the activities of charitable fund-raisers.
As the competition for gifts grows increasingly intense, managers and fund-raisers for charitable organizations must learn
how to work with tax and business law to optimize their return. Written by the leading legal authority on tax-exempt
organizations, this book provides an accessible approach to understanding the various laws and offers solutions to enhance
an organization's wealth and effectiveness. Bruce Hopkins clearly explains to fund-raisers the pertinent aspects of the law,
enabling them to dramatically increase funding without legal missteps. He also thoroughly details the steps needed to solve
the fund-raiser's most pressing legal headaches, including maintenance of tax exemption and public charity status, planned
giving, charitable giving rules, unrelated business activities, fund-raiser's compensation, state regulations, and much more. Read more