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Creating a Nonprofit Organization in Texas (online)
Live Event (online)
Date & Time: October 7, 2023, 10:00am CDT
Cost: $50.00
Duration: 180 minutes Language: English Register Now
About the event

The paperwork to start a nonprofit organization in Texas may seem overwhelming but that is just part of what is required to be successful. Our instructor has a lot of experience. This workshop will help you through:

  • How to incorporate in the state of Texas (a step-by-step process)
  • How to complete the application for a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization through the IRS - Form 1023 EZ
  • How to STAY incorporated and remain a 501(c) tax exempt organization in good standing

 Most importantly we will also discuss what you are committing to do!

After you finish registering for a SCORE webinar, you will receive a confirmation within 30 minutes, and reminder emails from SCORE Dallas with the Zoom meeting link. If you do not see them, you might want to check your spam/junk folder.

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About the presenters
Kevin John Gilhooly
Kevin John Gilhooly

I am a nonprofit consultant, helping nonprofits define their missions, start their organizations and grow their businesses. I have almost 20 years of nonprofit experience, as a volunteer, board member, officer and founder. I also have a Masters in Nonprofit Management. I have 38 years of experience in the IT industry, including 19 years at IBM as a team lead, program manager and manager. I can help with program definition and measurements, budgeting and team building. I can also help with your non-profit creation and growth.

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