Taxation Law | Nonprofit Fundraising Models & Other Income-Generating Activities CLE and Reception | Jan 23

Nonprofit Law Fundraising Models & Other Income-Generating Activities CLE and Reception

Make plans now to attend the Nonprofit Law Section’s CLE and reception: Fundraising Models & Other Income-Generating Activities: When is unrelated business income tax (UBIT) triggered and what are the consequences?

When: January 23, 2020 | 4 – 6 p.m. with a cocktail reception following

Where: State Bar Conference Center | 104 Marietta St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30303 | Third Floor | Room 5

Cost is $50 for section members and $65 for non-members.

Nonprofit organizations are looking for creative ways to raise money, both through traditional fundraising models and other revenue streams. Nonprofits should be aware that these income-generating activities may trigger “Unrelated Business Income Tax.” This CLE will provide an overview of unrelated business income tax, an explanation regarding its importance and descriptions of UBIT modifications, exceptions and exclusions. A panel will discuss practical guidance for non-profits to consider when structuring corporate sponsorship fundraising models, cause marketing/commercial co-ventures, running stores or restaurants, renting office space, providing parking, or engaging in other income-generating services.

Presenters :

– Timothy Phillips, Chief Legal & Risk Officer, American Cancer Society

– Melinda Simon, Associate General Counsel, Emory University

– Laurisa Curran, Assistant General Counsel, American Cancer Society

– Nicole Pierce, Director of Business Development, Legility

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