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How to Start a Nonprofit Organization
Recorded Webinar (online)
Duration: 3 Hours Language: English View webinar Viewing this webinar requires some basic information. This data is only used within SCORE and will not be distributed to any third parties.
About the event

If you want to start a nonprofit organization in Texas, the paper work may seem insurmountable This interactive workshop will help you prepare you to start your nonprofit. We'll access the needed websites, pull down the forms required and fill out the paperwork as you go. Astrid can walk you through this entire process in a day.

By the end of this session you will have learned:

  • ·How to incorporate in the State of Texas (a step by step process)
  • ·How to complete the application for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization through the Internal Revenue Service - Form 1023
  • ·How to stay incorporated and remain a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization

Speaker: Astrid Laws Gulley

Astrid is a certified SCORE mentor and volunteer. She began her business training and consulting career with the Small Business Development Center, a funded program of the Small Business Administration (SBA). Astrid’s business expertise has been valuable in assisting clients with establishing their organizations, writing company policies and procedures, and developing staff. She holds certifications in Instructional Design and Training Management through the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction (IBSTPI). Ms. Laws Gulley is also the owner/CEO of Minding YOB Services, LLC. As a SCORE mentor, she has established herself as a “go- to” person for information and education when it comes to Business ownership from A-Z..

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