It is not uncommon for nonprofit organizations large and small to employ the services of professional fundraisers. Not only can these professionals provide valuable insight and expertise to a nonprofit, they can increase an organization’s capacity to raise money for their given cause.
The decision to engage a professional fundraiser results in additional state registration and disclosure requirements that both the charities — and the professionals they hire — need to abide by.
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