Top 10 Ways to Get Investigated by a State Regulator
How can you avoid these risks?
When joining the board of a nonprofit organization, you take on a set of responsibilities and duties defined by law. In addition to being attentive to programs, finances, and fundraising, nonprofit board members must understand the regulatory environment in which their organizations operate.
Based on the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and the National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO)’s “Top 10 Ways to Get Investigated by a State Regulator,” this resource outlines the top ten legal risks for nonprofit board members. It includes links to additional resources available on our website — some are free community resources; others are restricted to BoardSource members or must be purchased.