We believe that the most successful Non-Profits making the greatest impact on our communities are those that are properly organized, structured, and operated. We help them achieve that.
Sparkman + Foote has significant experience representing Non-Profits; our clients have included one of the two remaining active Chautauqua associations, national trade associations, a US Olympic training organization, hospitals, family and public foundations, a healthcare policy and improvement organization, and a subsidized housing organization. We provide our Non-Profit clients with general business services and legal consulting.
At Sparkman + Foote we believe that the most successful Non-Profits making the greatest impact on our communities are those that are properly organized, structured, and operated. We help them achieve that. Sparkman + Foote lawyers are experienced in and sensitive to the various important needs of Non-Profits, including taxation issues, maintaining non-profit status, governance, and employment issues. We are prepared to help each Non-Profit run efficiently and in compliance with the myriad laws and regulations affecting it. We have taken non-profit organizations from formation to liquidation and the events in between, and have dealt with matters concerning their directors, beneficial members, donors, and officers.
The firm’s lawyers are not only knowledgeable about Non-Profits but are personally involved in the Non-Profit sector. For example, one of the firm’s members was one of the principal drafters of the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act and is an active member of the Nonprofit Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. Another firm member has long served as a member of the board and executive committee of a healthcare sector non-profit.
Let us help you fulfill your mission as a Non-Profit in the best way you can.
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