Vermont Office of the Attorney General
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Vermont Attorney General's Office
109 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05609
Phone: 802 828-3171
We track the following licenses with the Vermont Office of the Attorney General in order to provide compliance services to our clients. As a client, you see this and other reference data in License Manager in-line with your licenses.
(8) "Paid fundraiser" means a person who, for financial consideration, solicits contributions from persons in this State, either directly or through employees, agents, or those with whom the paid fundraiser is in privity. A paid fundraiser does not include:
(A) Any person who, for compensation, plans, manages, advises, or consults in connection with the solicitation of contributions in this State, but does not solicit contributions; except that if the compensation is in whole or in part dependent on the number or value of contributions received, the person shall be considered a paid fundraiser.
(B) Any person who for profit is regularly and primarily engaged in trade or commerce in this State other than in connection with the raising of funds for charitable purposes and who represents to the public that an amount per unit of goods or services purchased by the public will benefit a charitable purpose.
(C) A bona fide officer or employee of a charitable organization.
(D) A person who solicits for an educational institution at which he or she is a bona fide student, unless the person is paid compensation that is in whole or in part dependent upon the number or value of contributions received.
Vermont Paid Fundraiser Registration
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File a notice of charitable solicitation at least 10 days prior to the start of the performance of the contract.
Within 90 days after a campaign has ended and within 90 days after the anniversary of commencement for campaigns lasting more than a year.
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