Fundraising Compliance for Virtual, In Person, and Hybrid Events
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021 5:00pm UTC

Virtual events and other online fundraising methods allow nonprofits to reach broader audiences. But most states have yet to confirm specific guidance for online fundraising, leaving organizations confused about how to ensure their event is compliant.

Join this webinar to learn best practices and insightful strategies that can help make your event both successful and compliant, including:

  • Which traditional and online fundraising activities trigger registration and reporting obligations.
  • What additional laws apply when the event includes charitable gaming.
  • How compliance helps build trust with donors and sponsors.
  • What resources are needed to manage events.
  • How to best manage your fundraising registrations and renewals.
  • What resources are needed to manage compliance.

We will have a brief Q&A session following the presentation. Please list your questions in the signup form.

webinar will run 35-45 minutes followed by Q+A

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Sharon Cody

Sharon Cody, J.D. is the Nonprofit Partnership Manager at Harbor Compliance. Sharon is passionate about educating nonprofits on the role of compliance as both a best practice and an industry differentiator. Her more than 30 years of experience as an attorney, charitable fundraiser, foundation executive, and nonprofit board member give her unique insight on the use of fundraising compliance as a strategic tool to enhance an organization’s reputation and increase its revenue.

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Laurie Hochman

Laurie Hochman has a passion for helping groups exceed their fundraising goals. After using Auctria for many auction fundraisers, she joined the team to help others boost their auction fundraising for many wonderful causes. Auctria has helped 25,000 auction fundraisers bring in over $150M.

“The beauty in what is done with the money raised with Auctria is what motivates me every day to help auction teams succeed. Hope all your bids soar!”