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Winos Rejoice! Arizona’s New Liquor Laws for Charities

Charitable organizations in Arizona may serve and auction alcohol at fundraising events provided that they obtain the necessary special event licenses. Additionally, civic organizations, religious organizations, and fraternal organizations in existence for more than five years with regular membership are eligible to apply for special event licenses.

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Charity Website Disclosures
Fundraising Regulation

Charity Website Disclosures

In today’s world of technology and the World Wide Web, almost all charities have a website. If your charity has a website, here are a

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Announcement - Ohio Law Change
Fundraising Regulation

Announcement – Ohio Law Change

Ohio law change – Senate Bill 227 has been signed into law and impacts all charitable organizations (domestic and foreign) registered to solicit under Ohio

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Fundraising Regulation

Three Sheets to the Wind “ Fundraising with Alcohol in Washington

In general, where a charity is holding a public fundraising event, a liquor license is required to sell or serve alcohol. Organizations that have obtained a Special Occasion license may sell spirits, beer, and wine by the individual serving or sell bottles of wine for on premises consumption.

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Quid Pro Quo Gifts
Fundraising Regulation

Quid Pro Quo Gifts – Valuing Benefits Provided to Donors

The nonprofit should not estimate the value of a donor’s non-cash contribution. The nonprofit is under no obligation to appraise the value of a contribution and should not attempt to do so. The burden of valuing the contribution rests solely on the donor.

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