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WHO WE SERVE

We provide nonprofit legal services with respect to the following:
  • Public charity rules and regulations
  • Private foundation rules and regulations
  • Governance
  • Commercial and entrepreneurial activities
  • Risk management
  • Fundraising counsel
  • Nonprofit organizational relationships
  • Charter Schools
  • International philanthropy
  • Annual reporting
  • Social enterprise
  • Contract drafting and review
  • Compensation
  • Presentations and trainings for boards and staff
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CLIENT TESTIMONIAL

Ellis was extremely knowledgable in her work for "For Thine is the Glory, Inc" regarding obtaining 501c3 designation. She was exceptionally responsive, quick to do her research and work, was clear in her writing, and just a pleasure to work with. Bill Farrell, Chairman of the Board, For Thine is the Glory
Ms. Carter is a knowledgeable, experienced attorney in the area of non-profit organizations. She has provided counsel on the myriad of issues that affect directors of nonprofits for several organizations with whom I am or have been affiliated. These include governance, legal requirements vs. good corporate practice, taxation and ethics. Ms. Carter is personable and establishes relationships based on trust with Board, staff and community representatives. I would not hesitate to give Ms. Carter my highest recommendation.
Ellis was extremely knowledgable in her work for "For Thine is the Glory, Inc" regarding obtaining 501c3 designation. She was exceptionally responsive, quick to do her research and work, was clear in her writing, and just a pleasure to work with. Bill Farrell, Chairman of the Board, For Thine is the Glory
Ms. Carter is a knowledgeable, experienced attorney in the area of non-profit organizations. She has provided counsel on the myriad of issues that affect directors of nonprofits for several organizations with whom I am or have been affiliated. These include governance, legal requirements vs. good corporate practice, taxation and ethics. Ms. Carter is personable and establishes relationships based on trust with Board, staff and community representatives. I would not hesitate to give Ms. Carter my highest recommendation.
FEATURED BLOG POSTS
  • Pros and Cons of Nonprofit Executive Committees

    Nonprofits need a strong organizational structure to ensure optimal functioning and adherence to legal rules and requirements. Two critical components of this structure are the board of directors and the executive committee.  While a nonprofit’s board of directors is responsible for overseeing the organization’s activities, there can be times when large, geographically dispersed boards can’t

  • Can Employees Volunteer for Your Nonprofit?

    Volunteers often play a critical role in enabling nonprofits to deliver their programs and services. Volunteers may serve on the board of directors, help with fundraising campaigns, or work in direct customer service roles. People volunteer because they care about the cause and want to make an impact.  Your employees are no exception. Their passion

  • 9 Strategies to Help You Avoid Common Online Scams

    The internet, social media, and email have made it easier to stay informed and connected with friends, family, and businesses. Unfortunately, these technologies also allow scammers increased access to personal information for nefarious purposes.  Along with an endless variety of scams and fraudulent schemes, these have also become more sophisticated, making even tech-savvy people vulnerable