How to Start a Nonprofit in California: A Legal Workshop


This legal training will provide step-by-step instructions to incorporate a nonprofit in California and seek exemption under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. In particular, it will review:

  • Basic legal rules governing California 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporations

  • Drafting Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws

  • Holding the first Board Meeting

  • Funding the nonprofit

  • Filing for tax exemption with the Internal Revenue Service

  • Additional required filings with state agencies

Template documents will be provided!

This workshop is for:

  • people who want to start a nonprofit

  • people in the middle of the process of incorporating their nonprofit

  • people who have completed the process of forming a nonprofit and want to continue to work on their nonprofit formation documents, and review future legal requirements

The workshop is capped to 8 nonprofit signups (individual or groups up to 3 people) so all participants can receive hands-on support. 

About the Presenter

cameron-150x150.jpgCameron Holland specializes in tax, corporate, and regulatory law as applicable to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations. She regularly represents public charities, schools, churches, private foundations, business leagues, and social welfare organizations on a variety of issues, including formation, governance, tax compliance, contracts, employment, international activities, and corporate changes. The Law Office of Cameron Holland offers comprehensive legal services for small to medium-sized nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations at every stage of development.

$20 Registration Fee covers one Nonprofit Entity (Individual or Group)

March 23, 2017 at 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Impact HUB Oakland
2323 Broadway
Sustainable Economies Law Center Officer
Oakland, CA 94612
United States
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