Posted on March 2, 2016

Crowdfunding has become an increasingly popular tool in a nonprofit’s fundraising arsenal, and with good reason. Organizations can pay crowdfunding websites such as Causevok, Crowdrise, and Razoo, which are specifically geared towards nonprofits, to showcase particular projects and to collect donations on their behalf. Doing so can enable even a small nonprofit to gain national exposure and significantly enhance its funding potential. With the benefits and popularity surrounding crowdfunding, it is easy to overlook the potential associated legal risks. For more information on a few of the many factors to consider before launching a crowdfunding campaign, CLICK HERE.