Social Enterprise and Nonprofit Law Blog

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Should Our Company Establish a Corporate Foundation?

When used strategically, corporate foundations can advance a company’s philanthropic goals.  However, operating a corporate foundation comes with many legal obligations.  A company’s social impact goals may often be achieved more effectively or efficiently through other strategies. Therefore, it’s critical to assess …

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Advising Nonprofits on their Fundraising Strategy? You May Need to Register

Some States Require Fundraising Counsel to Register Twenty-five states require fundraising counsel to register prior to providing services. The state’s interest is to protect charitable assets for their intended use and to ensure that donations contributed by state residents are not misapplied through …

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The Hidden Engine Driving CSR? It’s the Nonprofit Sector…

Corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) has become an essential and increasingly public part of a company’s business strategy for long-term success. A company’s CSR strategy reflects its approach to operating the business while considering its impact on society, including its social, economic, and …

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