Legal tips on creating a nonprofit and managing your new organization
In this video, we’ll discuss how to start a nonprofit (or not for profit) organization in the state of Minnesota, what qualifies as a nonprofit and discuss meeting minutes.
A nonprofit is usually a charitable pursuit instead of a private business. Examples include: helping the homeless, assisting veterans, colleges and universities, helping injured wildlife, etc. You become a nonprofit by filing articles of incorporation through the Secretary of State’s office. They will need the name of the business, the board of directors and the address.
Meeting minutes; it’s important to keep meeting minutes when the board of directors meet to leave a paper trail and determine the legal protection.
In Duluth, there are over 500 nonprofits operating in the region. Superior Law Office enjoys working with all our nonprofit clients, and if you’re interested in starting a Nonprofit, contact Greg Gilbert today.