Harbor Compliance Webinar Approved for CFRE Credit

Posted on December 20, 2019 by Kelly Loose in Nonprofit Compliance.

We are pleased to announce that beginning in 2020, Harbor Compliance has been approved as a Continuing Education Provider for Certified Fund Raising Executives (CFRE) International, and our webinar Charitable Solicitation: What does it take to be compliant has been pre-approved for CFRE International credit. Whether you’re working toward your CFRE or are already a CFRE, our free webinar can expand your knowledge and earn you credit towards this distinguished certification.

What is CFRE?

CFRE International is an independent, nonprofit organization that was founded in 2001. Their sole mission is to set the standard in philanthropy through a valid and reliable certification process for fundraising professionals. The CFRE is the only accredited, globally recognized certification for fundraising professionals.

A Certified Fund Raising Executive or CFRE accreditation allows nonprofit organizations to demonstrate their commitment to ethical fundraising. In the digital age where it’s easy for any person, organization, or company to solicit donations in person or online, CFRE credentials give donors peace of mind knowing their donations are being properly managed. 

How does fundraising registration work?

Does every charity need to register to solicit funds from the public? How do online donations fit into the picture? Fundraising and nonprofit professionals can get the answers to these questions and more with this user-friendly, comprehensive overview of fundraising registration and reporting. Learn tactics to avoid common pitfalls and penalties, explore solutions to one of the most common challenges facing nonprofits today with this free Harbor Compliance webinar Charitable Solicitation: What does it take to be compliant. 

This hour-long webinar will air the third Thursday of every month, beginning January 16, 2020, at 1 p.m., and will cover state registration requirements, online fundraising, compliance importance, registration costs, and how to manage registrations. After every webinar, there will be a brief Q&A section. 

Full participation in the webinar is applicable for 1 point in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.

Learn more and receive credit 

Ready to learn more about charitable solicitation and earn credit for CFRE International? Make the most out of your busy schedule and set out for success. 

Sign up for one of the free 2020 Charitable Solicitation webinars today or download our free white paper on Charitable Solicitation Compliance where you’ll find:

  • Common forms of solicitation that may require registration
  • An explanation of the registration forms and process
  • How to approach online fundraising requirements
  • Potential penalties for noncompliance
  • How to decide where to register
  • Information on exemptions, renewal requirements, extensions, disclosure statements, and more.

Participation in the Charitable Solicitation: What does it take to be compliant? webinar ) may assist you in learning or reviewing concepts covered on the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) examination as detailed on the Test Content Outline provided by CFRE International. CFRE International does not sponsor or endorse any educational programs and the Charitable Solicitation: What does it take to be compliant? Webinar was not developed in conjunction with CFRE International.

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