Note: Published too soon, so lots of edits from the first version. Sorry for any confusion. I had a question from my earlier post about SQLOrlando with regards to setting up an umbrella organization, basically asking “instead of each Chapter doing all this work, why not have one org?”. Great idea, at least in theory (and […]Read more "Non Profit Umbrella Org – Good Idea?"
Following up on my post about forming a non profit here in Orlando, here are some notes that might help you get through the process a little faster: In the corporate filing for the state, use the IRS recommended language: Said corporation is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes, including, for such purposes, […]Read more "More Notes on Non Profit Status"
A short update today, following up on an email to the Board from incoming VP of Finance Douglas McDowell who suggested we go through an evaluation process similar to what is done at Charity Navigator. As far as I can tell we don’t meet their qualifications to be rated, and to be fair we’re not […]Read more "PASS Update #63 (How Do We Rate)"
It’s the third time for Jacksonville, hosting SQLSaturday #38 tomorrow at the University of North Florida. It’s about an hour and a half drive for me, just far enough to merit staying over when combined with the chance to do some networking Friday and Saturday evening. I’m doing one presentation, will try to do some […]Read more "Reminder – SQLSaturday #38 in Jacksonville Tomorrow"