How to Start a Non-Profit and Grant Writing: Migraines 101

, Certified Public Accountant and Founder

Starting a nonprofit is a long process that causes a lot of people frustration and grant-writing is an even longer endeavor. Most people see these barrier to entry as the great wall of china and turn away. But, these barriers are used to keep people away (even those with the best of intentions) because the government wants to see that your dedication is enduring. Longevity is the most important concept in nonprofits because you can't help people if you're not around. So, the government and foundations want to see proof of your stay power and that you've got the chops to make the cut.

You'll learn how to form your nonprofit and how to find the grants and funding you need in order to get your nonprofit off the ground.

Basic Steps to Starting a Nonprofit: NYS Nonprofit Incorporation NYS Income Tax Exemption Application NYS Sales and Use Tax Exemption Application NYS Property Tax Exemption Application Federal Nonprofit Application Federal Tax Return Exemption (Optional) Grant Writing 101 Annual Financial Audits

Anyone that purchases the course can bring a friend free of charge (Buy One, Get One). All proceeds are donated to the Keng Institute Tax Clinic. It is a nonprofit organization that helps the poor, elderly and non-english speaking immigrants. Checkout the!
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Cameron Keng

Certified Public Accountant and Founder
I'm a licensed Certified Public Accountant and Enrolled Agent, who's worked in public accounting at firms such as PwC and KPMG. Also, I'm a licensed Business Teacher by the New York State Department of Education. I started and run a nonprofit in a partnership with the IRS to help low-income families, the elderly and non-english speaking immigrants.
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