Volunteers of a U.S nonprofit organization are protected from personal liability under the Volunteer Protection Act of 1997, 42 U.S.C. 14501. As per the provisions of the Act, all volunteers of a nonprofit organization are protected from personal liability if: the loss was not a result of willful, reckless or criminal misconduct, gross negligence, or Read rest of it.
Employment related laws differ widely across states. However the common thread for most of the states includes the following employment related laws. Most of these laws apply to employees only and would not apply to volunteers unless otherwise noted. State Workers’ Compensation Act • Applies to employers with three (3) or more employees. • Purpose: Read rest of it.
Non-profit organizations are required to register with the state attorney general office and comply with the solicitation act for each state, where it raises funds. Registration is a MUST if fund raised by the organization (gross contribution) exceeds: Alabama $25000 Alaska $5000 Arizona $25000 Arkansas $10000 California $25000 Colorado $0.00 Connecticut $25000 Delaware not required Read rest of it.
The compliance requirements of a nonprofit organization multiply manifold the moment it becomes an employee. Most of these laws apply to employees only and would not apply to volunteers unless otherwise noted. Federal Laws Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), 42 U.S.C. 2000e Applies to all private and government employers Read rest of it.
Agenda for the first meeting of a nonprofit organization To appoint the initial board (see: state wise minimum required directors) To elect officers. (see: state wise minimum required officer) To adopt the organization bylaws (if not already adopted) To approve to put up application for federal and/or state tax exemptions To approve opening of bank Read rest of it.