Nonprofit Law Matters

CalNonprofits Seeking Input on California Raffle Laws by June 30

Posted in AG, IRS, FTB, & Property Tax Proceedings, IRS, FTB & Attorney General Controversies, Nonprofit Governance & Ethics, Public Charities, Revenue Generating Activities

CalNonprofits recently announced that new raffle regulations are being proposed and discussed this year in California.  CalNonprofits is asking nonprofits to weigh in on this discussion through a short survey, as explained in their announcement (reprinted in part below):

In California, only nonprofits can conduct raffles. And raffle laws are under discussion for changes. To help guide CalNonprofits as we develop and take positions on raffles, we need to know what nonprofits are doing and thinking about them. This survey will take only a few minutes to fill out, but it is crucial to the development of public policy and legislation on raffles. Please go here now to weigh in!

The survey closes this Friday, June 30.

More information about California raffle laws is available on the California Attorney General’s website.