Paid Solicitor, Fundraising Counsel Licensing, Renewals
We assist paid solicitors, & fundraising counsels to obtain permission from the state, so that they can legally provide specific services to their charitable clients.CONTACT US
Currently, 40 states plus the District of Columbia require Solicitors and Fundraiser Counsels to obtain a Fundraising License. Failure to register could result in penalties, fees and worst still loss of reputation.CONTACT US
Our task is to keep your company in compliance with the states.
A professional fundraiser must obtain permission from a state agency prior to engaging in any fundraising activity on behalf of a charity. Some states issue fundraising licenses, some a simple letter of acknowledgment, and some a certificate to confirm that said fundraiser has the state’s permission to provide their specific services to their client. Permission to continue their services must be renewed by the required dateline.
State requirements for professional fundraisers are quite complex.
- 44 states require paid solicitors to be licensed.
- 38* require paid solicitors to obtain surety bonds.
- 14 states require individual solicitors to be licensed.
- 43 States require a commencement or notice of intent to be submitted and approved by the state agency.
- 43 states require contract amendment or extensions.
- 35 states require financial reports.