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      December 4, 2019

      Wednesday   1:00 PM

      7900 Paradise Valley Road
      San Diego, California 92114

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      Nonprofit Legal Compliance

      The Nonprofit Institute and The City of San Diego are proud to present The City of San Diego Nonprofit Academy Fall Workshop Series. This series will provide anopportunity to explore topics in social enterprise, legal compliance and considering starting a nonprofit. _________________________________________________________________________________ Nonprofit Legal Compliance Workshop Description: We will go over the annual compliance requirements for nonprofit organizations including IRS, Franchise Tax Board, and Attorney General Filings. The workshop is intended to provide guidance to help nonprofit leaders ensure proper maintenance of tax-exempt status by providing an overview on how to reduce overall legal risks and liabilities commonly faced by nonprofit organizations. This workshop also discussed employment issues surrounding staff, volunteers and independent contractors, the necessity of internal policies and insurance coverage, common provisions that should be included in every contract, as well as licensing and permitting requirements. City of San Diego Nonprofit Academy Fall Workshops The Nonprofit Institute and The City of San Diego are proud to present The Nonprofit Academy Fall Workshop Series in a neighborhood near you! This series will provide an opportunity to explore topics in social enterprise, legal compliance, and starting a nonprofit. These workshops are free and open to any nonprofit serving the City of San Diego. If you have any questions regarding the workshop series, please e-mail Colton Strawser, Doctoral Research Assistant at The Nonprofit Institute, at   2019 Fall Sessions: Nonprofit Legal Compliance An Introduction to Social Enterprise Considering Starting a Nonprofit? So You Started a Nonprofit, Now What?   Speaker Bio May Harris, Founder and Managing Attorney, For Purpose Law Group Ms. Harris graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2000, and began her legal career at a large biotech company before transitioning to serving as the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization that raised funds for socio-economically disadvantaged charter schools. In that role, Ms. Harris raised more than $2.5 million in funding for the services the nonprofit provided. Ms. Harris returned to the University of San Diego and earned her Master of Arts degree in Nonprofit Leadership and Management in 2010.   Mary Tovella Dowling, Partner, For Purpose Law Group Ms. Dowling holds a B.S., cum laude, in Business Management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, and a J.D., cum laude, from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Ms. Dowling represents a variety of public charities, private foundations, and other nonprofit organizations, including museums, religious and faith-based organizations, social welfare organizations, sports-based organizations, business leagues, educational institutions and social clubs. Her practice focuses on providing full service representation and outside general counsel services advising on a full range of nonprofit and tax exempt legal issues.

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