The work you do as a grant-making professional could have legal implications for your foundation. Come learn about legal structures of nonprofits/foundations, rules that govern foundations and their funding decisions and things you need to know to keep your philanthropic work within legal boundaries of the Internal Revenue Service. Whether you are new to your role in philanthropy as staff or trustee or a veteran grant-maker, this workshop offers a technical discussion, interactive sessions and ongoing opportunities to ask your questions.
Kate Kilberg and Kimberly Pray founded Catalyst Law, LLC with a vision of creating a new kind of law practice focused on promoting social change and sustainable communities using the tools of law, business, and philanthropy. Kate is an attorney with 18 years’ experience. Her practice focuses on non-profit and tax-exempt organizations, social enterprise and impact investing, philanthropy, and complex estate planning and administration.
Kimberly Pray has an advanced degree in taxation and an interdisciplinary background in law, business, and non-profits. Her focus is primarily on taxation, estate planning, trust and estate administration, as well as advising businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and social enterprises.
Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Time: 10am – Noon
Cost: Members $45
This program is open to members only. We encourage nonmembers to reach out to us regarding membership options. We can be reached at email@example.com.