Ethical Nonprofit Fundraising: Donor Privacy, Tainted Money, and other Hot Topics (On-Demand)

$129.00

In 2021, the United States Supreme Court struck down a state law requiring nonprofits to disclose the names of significant donors. From donor privacy to controversial gifts, nonprofit leaders, Board members, and those who advise them are currently navigating several challenging legal and ethical questions related to fundraising. This seminar explores the latest on public disclosure requirements for nonprofits, donor privacy laws, evaluating controversial gifts, and other hot topics in fundraising for nonprofit organizations. Attendees will leave prepared to serve as a more informed, engaged, and effective nonprofit leader, Board member, or advisor.

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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Gregory Nielsen, Esq.

General Credits

1

Course Description

In 2021, the United States Supreme Court struck down a state law requiring nonprofits to disclose the names of significant donors. From donor privacy to controversial gifts, nonprofit leaders, Board members, and those who advise them are currently navigating several challenging legal and ethical questions related to fundraising. This seminar explores the latest on public disclosure requirements for nonprofits, donor privacy laws, evaluating controversial gifts, and other hot topics in fundraising for nonprofit organizations. Attendees will leave prepared to serve as a more informed, engaged, and effective nonprofit leader, Board member, or advisor.

Syllabus

  1. Overview of ethical fundraising guidelines for nonprofits
  2. Public disclosure requirements
  3. Donor privacy after AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY FOUNDATION v. BONTA, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CALIFORNIA
  4. Evaluating gift restrictions, controversial gifts, and other ethical dilemmas
  5. Measuring fundraising effectiveness and promoting transparency

Instructor

Gregory Nielsen, Esq.

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