How Compliance Affects Grantseeking

Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on September 14, 2021

Grants present an opportunity for foundations and nonprofits to drive positive change. Yet, it’s often overlooked that many states consider grant applications to be a form of charitable solicitation requiring registration. This free white paper, prepared by Harbor Compliance and Foundation Ceneter, answers key questions about how grantseeking affects fundraising compliance.

Whatever your role in grant seeking or making, you’ll learn what registration and reporting requirements apply so you can eliminate unnecessary risks to funding and operations. Download the white paper now for answers to the following questions:

  • When and where is fundraising registration required?
  • Do the requirements apply to all nonprofits, or are there exceptions?
  • How much does registration cost?
  • What steps are involved in managing state registrations?
  • Must nonprofits register before submitting a grant application, or only if they receive an award?
  • How do state requirements apply to grant writers and other fundraising professionals?

Download the White Paper.

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