Starting a nonprofit in South Carolina

Starting a nonprofit organization in South Carolina is governed by Chapter 31 of South Carolina statutes titled ‘South Carolina nonprofit corporation Act’. Steps for starting a nonprofit organization in South Carolina Step 1) Choosing a name South Carolina nonprofit corporation Act does not require the organization to use designators like ‘Co.’,’Corp.’,’Ltd.’ etc with the name. […]

Starting a nonprofit in Rhode Island

Starting a nonprofit organization in Rhode Island is governed by Chapter 7-6 of Rhode Island statutes titled “Rhode Island Nonprofit corporation Act” Scope of the Act The provisions of this act apply to starting a nonprofit organization which propose to work in the areas of agricultural,animal husbandry, athletic, benevolent, charitable, civic, cultural,  educational, elder care, […]

Starting a Nonprofit in Pennsylvania

Starting a Nonprofit Organization in Pennsylvania is governed by Chapter 41 of Pennsylvania statutes. Scope of the Nonprofit Chapter Organizations which can be formed under chapter 41 of the code include: Athletic, beneficial, benevolent, cemetery, charitable, civic, control of fire, cultural, educational, encouragement of agriculture or horticulture, fraternal, health, literary, missionary, musical, mutual improvement, patriotic, […]

Starting a nonprofit in Oregon

Starting a nonprofit organization in Oregon is governed by Chapter 65 of the Oregon revised statutes. Scope of the Act The provisions of this chapter are applicable to starting of – Religious Organizations, Public benefit organizations (as defined under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code) or a Mutual benefit organization (also called – Private […]

Starting a nonprofit in Oklahoma

Starting a nonprofit organization in Oklahoma is governed by Oklahoma General Corporation Act. (Title 18, Section 1001). Eligibility for starting a nonprofit organization in Oklahoma 1) The minimum number of incorporators required to form a not-for- profit organization in Oklahoma is 3. Incorporators may or may not be residents or domicile of Oklahoma. Other than […]