The Blumbergs’ Charity Law Boot Camp is a one day boot camp on compliance and standards issues for Canadian charities. Some of the topics that will be discussed during the session include:
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of applying for registered charity status and incorporation?
- What is the difference between a for-profit, non-profit and registered charity?
- Operating a charity: receipting rules and common mistakes, fundraising, government funds, T3010 Registered Charity Information Return, and more
- Collaboration, Foreign Activities, Political Activities, New Corporate Acts
For the full event schedule and to register, visit the event page on the Canadian Charity Law website.
Who is this boot camp for?
This boot camp is suited for those involved in the non-profit sector, including charity staff; those who are advisors to charities, such as lawyers and accountants; and board members of Canadian charities.
Cost: $185.00 (includes breakfast, lunch, snacks, materials, registration fees).
There is an early bird special until March 15 which saves you $40 of the regular price of $185.00. Use code EB2015 when ordering to obtain the early bird special.
Date: April 14, 2015
This event is led by Mark Blumberg, a charity lawyer.
Visit the event page to learn more and register!