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Professional Fund Raiser/Counsel/Consultant

Before any person or entity can act as a professional fund raiser or professional fund raising counsel or professional fund raising consultant, whether or not representing an exempt charitable organization, that person or entity must obtain a permit from the division as required by the Charitable Solicitations Act.

 

Frequently Asked Questions   (click question to view answer)

A: Yes as pursuant the Charitable Solicitations Act, 13-22-17.

A: The information requested is the financials for the fundraising company providing the service to the each charitable organization.

A: Yes, if that is the primary function of your business.

A: No, if it is your belief that your company is regularly and primarily engaged in trade or commerce other than in connection with the soliciting for charitable organizations or purposes, submit a letter to the division on your company letterhead and provide documentation that supports your claim; such as the percent ratio of the sales from fundraising activities compared to other sales.

A: The registered agent is a person or service corporation that accepts service or process on your behalf.

 

Registration Forms
Fund Raiser Permit Application
Fund Raiser Permit Instructions

Lists
Registered Fund Raisers

Statutes & Rules
Charitable Solicitation Act, Utah Code Ann. §13-22
Charitable Solicitation Act Rules, UT Admin Code R152-22

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