We continue our series of “Websites for Better Nonprofit Management” with SimpleCharityRegistration.com.
In order for your nonprofit organization to solicit funds in a particular state, most likely it needs to register with this state. Currently, there are only 9 states that do not require registration. Each state legislation is different and the application for the solicitation registration varies by state.
Here comes SimpleCharityRegistration.com. The company was established in order to provide support to charities to follow the requirements for solicitation registration. SimpleCharityRegistration.com has unified the process of nonprofit registering in the states they are soliciting funds by simply answering some questions applicable to their nonprofit. It saves you hours of work to review each state requirements online on the Secretary of state’s website. Once you answer the questions, the system generates the forms and allows you to download them and prepare the packages for the states.
How can your nonprofit benefit from SimpleCharityRegistration.com?
- File your Solicitation registration forms in multiple states by answering some questions once;
- Be reminded on the deadlines for filing charitable solicitations;
- Become more educated on the requirements for keeping your organization in compliance with each state it solicits funds in.
- Helps you manage your time effectively by saving hours of reviewing each state requirements and deadlines for filing.
The company offers a special package for charitable solicitation registration, however if it’s a small nonprofit soliciting funds in one particular state – it’s for free. Simply registering on their website and finding out some information on the charitable solicitations is at no cost.
Whether you decide to use SimpleCharityRegistrtion.com services or not, you can still take advantage of their FAQ section and find some information on which charities are exempt from registration, deadlines for registration, use of paid fundraising activities, etc. More information is here.