Navigating Legal Landmines
A Guide for Colorado Nonprofits
- What information does my nonprofit organization need to disclose to the public? By when? At whose cost?
- Can your nonprofit make a loan to the organization’s directors or officers?
- Can your nonprofit be legally liable for the actions of a volunteer?
Navigating Legal Landmines: A Guide for Colorado Nonprofits is a quick reference guide that will help you assemble the pieces to the complex puzzle of nonprofit governance and operation. Developed to introduce executive directors and board members of nonprofit organizations to some of the more common legal issues nonprofits may face in their operation and delivery of services, it is a must read for anyone involved in overseeing or managing a nonprofit organization. Finding the answers to questions about managing a nonprofit organization has never been easier.
About the Author
Marjorie “Peg” Long currently serves as the Executive Director of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, a governmental entity that facilitates the distribution of tax funds to more than 300 Colorado nonprofits annually. Ms. Long earned a B.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a J.D. degree from the University of Colorado School of Law. She also holds a Masters Degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University, where she has taught courses on nonprofit legal issues. Ms. Long practiced law in the private sector for six years and in the nonprofit sector for 12 years before becoming an executive director. She has extensive experience in public policy and advocacy.