When people ask me what I do, I tell them that I represent people who wear the white hats—the good guys. I can say this because I have found that most people who work with nonprofits do so with the best of intentions. Unfortunately, there is sometimes a large gap between these intentions and the end result. Often this is because of a lack of knowledge or a lack of understanding of what is actually required to comply with the law in organizing and operating a nonprofit organization. You may well already be involved with such an organization—for example, you might be involved with your church or synagogue, the school your children attend, your local sports league, museum, local soup kitchen, or scouting organization. In fact, you might already be a volunteer for the organization or serving on the board. Or you may have wanted to give the organization some legal advice but realized that you really know nothing about nonprofits. Hopefully, this article will give you an impetus to get going!
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