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Beware of Schemes to Split Real Estate Commissions or Earn Referral

September 23, 2022
A local business approaches your nonprofit with a simple plan – for every customer your nonprofit sends its way, it will donate either a percentage of its profits or give you a flat referral fee. It seems like a win-win situation. Your nonprofit gets funding to support its mission, and the business gets a new customer. The catch is that this approach might get your nonprofit in hot water with the IRS.  Read this article for guidance on how …

How Your Nonprofit Can Participate in “Get Out the Vote” Initiatives

September 23, 2022
501(c)(3)s have rules and restrictions around political activity, lobbying and advocacy.  With that in mind, how can a nonprofit get involved in next month’s election or be more active in the future?  In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Robyn Miller, Senior Corporate & Tax Counsel with PBPA, speaks with us about the difference between political activity, lobbying and civic engagement.  Join us as she answers our questions about how 501(c)(3)s can participate in “Get-Out-the-Vote” initiatives. Additional …

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September 19, 2022
Search Below are some of our most popular resources. Use the search bar above to explore our hundreds of additional articles, webcast recordings and podcasts. Fundraising Acknowledgements: What To Include in a “Thank You” to Donors Registering for Charitable Solicitation Accepting Cryptocurrency Donations What is the Latest on Nonprofit Fundraising and Sales Tax? The Rules For Giving Small Items In Return for a Contribution How to Hold a Legal Raffle in Georgia Employees Proper Worker Classification in …

Brews & Clues

September 14, 2022
September 28th, 6-8pm Round Trip Brewing Company Join us for our 8th annual Brews & Clues event! Enjoy local craft beer and snacks, network with professionals from Atlanta law firms, corporations, and nonprofits, and show off your trivia skills. Buy your tickets here: https://secure.givelively.org/event/pro-bono-partnership-of-atlanta-inc/pbpa-brews-clues-2022/brews-clues-2022

How to Navigate Technology & Click Wrap Agreements

September 13, 2022
Wed, Oct 12, 2022, 10:00 AM EDT Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-navigate-technology-click-wrap-agreements-tickets-399707865987?aff=ebdsoporgprofile Does your nonprofit review the “Terms and Conditions” before signing up for a new technology service or to license software?  It may seem like you have no options but to hit “I Agree”.  In this webcast, Josh Ganz and Maha Khalaj with Kilpatrick Townsend, will help your nonprofit understand your options and what to look out for in these “click wrap” agreements as they discuss:  Which …
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Beware of Schemes to Split Real Estate Commissions or Earn Referral


A local business approaches your nonprofit with a simple plan – for every customer your nonprofit sends its way, it will donate either a percentage of its profits or give you a flat referral fee. It seems like a win-win situation. Your nonprofit gets funding to support its mission, and the business gets a new …


How Your Nonprofit Can Participate in “Get Out the Vote” Initiatives


501(c)(3)s have rules and restrictions around political activity, lobbying and advocacy.  With that in mind, how can a nonprofit get involved in next month’s election or be more active in the future?  In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Robyn Miller, Senior Corporate & Tax Counsel with PBPA, speaks with us about the difference between …


Brews & Clues


September 28th, 6-8pm Round Trip Brewing Company Join us for our 8th annual Brews & Clues event! Enjoy local craft beer and snacks, network with professionals from Atlanta law firms, corporations, and nonprofits, and show off your trivia skills. Buy your tickets here: https://secure.givelively.org/event/pro-bono-partnership-of-atlanta-inc/pbpa-brews-clues-2022/brews-clues-2022


How to Navigate Technology & Click Wrap Agreements


Wed, Oct 12, 2022, 10:00 AM EDT Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-navigate-technology-click-wrap-agreements-tickets-399707865987?aff=ebdsoporgprofile Does your nonprofit review the “Terms and Conditions” before signing up for a new technology service or to license software?  It may seem like you have no options but to hit “I Agree”.  In this webcast, Josh Ganz and Maha Khalaj with Kilpatrick Townsend, …


Board Special Committees: How and Why Your Nonprofit Could Use Them


Nonprofit boards have a lot of responsibility and a lot of work to do.  Board committees can help nonprofit boards work more efficiently and govern more effectively. In this article, Phil Thompson, partner at Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele, outlines how  special committees can be a means by which directors can efficiently and effectively fulfill their duties …


Why Your Nonprofit Should Have a Drug & Alcohol Policy


How does your organization handle drugs and alcohol in the workplace? Do you follow a consistent policy or will you just figure it out when it comes up?   Drugs or alcohol in the work place can create safety hazards and lead to poor job performance.  It can also reduce inhibitions to the point employees engage …


What Nonprofits Should Know about Managing Cybersecurity Risk


A cyber-attack at your nonprofit is not a question of IF, but a question of WHEN.  When it does happen, it could be small, or it could be devastating.  Most standard commercial general liability insurance policies do not cover liability for cybersecurity issues.  From strong internal controls to cybersecurity insurance, this article outlines the many options your organization …


Top 10 Questions Nonprofit Board Members Should Ask


As a board member, it is not enough for you to just sit back and listen. Under state law, nonprofit board members have a duty of care that requires them to ask questions and be knowledgeable about the activities of the organization. You also have the ability to prevent costly and time-consuming problems down the …


Protecting Your Nonprofit from Scams, Fraud & Imposters


Nonprofits of all types are susceptible to fraud, especially those with limited resources or lacking internal controls. It could come as an imposter creating a copycat webpage and taking donations intended for your 501(c)(3), or an email phishing scam to an unsuspecting employee. Is your nonprofit taking the appropriate steps to protect itself from potential fraud? …


The Latest Guidance on COVID-19 from the EEOC


The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued updated guidance on COVID-19.  Fortunately, the latest guidance is basically the same as the EEOC’s previous guidance.  Read this summary from Constangy to learn what has changed, and which obligations remain in place for employers.


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