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How New California Regulations Impact Digital Fundraising for Nonprofits

NonProfit PRO

A new California law aims to bring more transparency to digital fundraising as a whole. Let’s explore the aspects of the California law, how it impacts social media platforms, the implications for nonprofits that land on a block list and the steps a nonprofit needs to take to avoid non-compliance.

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Understanding how California AB 488 impacts online charitable fundraising


If you are a California-based nonprofit or solicit any donations in California, it’s critical to understand California AB 488 (AB 488). A new law that went into effect in California on January 1, 2023, AB 488 is aimed at improving transparency and accountability in online charitable fundraising. What is California AB 488?


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How to Start a Nonprofit in California: 18 Key Steps & Essential Forms

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Learn how to start a nonprofit in California with this beginner-friendly guide. Top tips, links to essential forms, typical timelines, costs and more!

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Client Spotlight: Minds Matter Southern California


Minds Matter Southern California supports students in their sophomore, junior, and senior years. Minds Matter Southern California is dedicated to helping students unleash their talent and potential, nurturing them to become not just college graduates, but leaders who can help shine the light for future generations. Who they are.

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Online Fundraising Platforms To Face Stricter Regulations in California

NonProfit PRO

California’s Department of Justice already oversees charities and regulates fundraising on behalf of all charitable purposes in the state, but with the surge in online fundraising platforms, the state’s law, as written, wasn’t sufficient to reach online fundraising.

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Associations and the California Consumer Privacy Act

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Associations should consider upcoming privacy legislation in California that gives their members ownership, control, and security of their personal information. What is the California Consumer Privacy Act? The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?protects protects consumers’ right to privacy who are residents of California,?including

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Heroes Shaping the Future of Education Technology


While the pandemic was making kids cranky and parents crazy, members of the California IT in Education Association (CITE), were on the frontlines restoring order. I’d like to introduce you to a group of unsung heroes. They worked tirelessly, often putting their health at risk, to ensure that every child in grades K through 12 […].

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