The Law of Fundraising
Raising funds to fulfill a nonprofit organization's goals is critical to its success, but fundraising regulations are an increasingly complex maze. The Law of Fundraising, Fourth Edition is the only book to tackle the increasingly complex maze of federal and state fundraising regulations. It details federal and state laws, with an emphasis on administrative, tax, and constitutional laws. As well, it explains state and federal rules impacting the responsibilities of fundraising professionals. This guide is supplemented annually to keep nonprofit professionals on top of the latest fundraising legal developments.
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Government Regulation of Fundraising for Charity Origins and the Contemporary Climate 1
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