April 2020 How to Start and Maintain a Nonprofit Organization - Online Edition
Understand the legal and practical considerations of running a nonprofit. This is an online workshop with limited registration to allow time for questions and individual attention. The $75 price of the workshop includes refreshments and a copy of the How to Start a Nonprofit in Maryland manual.
Who should attend?
• Community leaders who are currently members of – or plan to start – a small nonprofit organization
• Any organization seeking legal assistance through Community Law Center with an issue related to organizational formation, attendance at the workshop is required before the organization will be assigned an attorney through Community Law Center.
What will be covered?
• Starting a nonprofit organization
• Maintaining your organization’s legal status
• Writing and revising articles of incorporation and bylaws; applying for 501(c)(3) tax exempt status
Cost to attend the workshop
The cost for one person to attend the workshop is $75, which includes refreshments and a copy of the How to Start a Nonprofit Organization in Maryland manual. Each attendee must register and pay the fee.
The more the merrier! If someone from your organization has already paid the full price for the same workshop, additional attendees from the same organization may sign up for a discounted rate! After the first person has registered, you will receive a promo code in your email confirmation which will allow you to to register additional persons from the organization for $35 each if they want to attend the workshop without their own copy of the book.
Registration to this online seminar will end Monday, April 1 to allow time for attendees to receive a mailed copy of the How to Start Manual.
Cancellations and Refunds
No requests for refunds will be granted within 48 hours of the workshop. If you, or your designee, do not attend the workshop you signed up for, the fee is non-refundable. We do encourage you to send another member of your organization in your place if you are unable to attend.
Special note for attorneys who wish to provide free legal services to nonprofits
Attorneys interested in representing nonprofits in obtaining 501(c)(3) status should consider joining Community Law Center’s Pro Bono Program by