It shouldn’t be this hard to make a difference in the world.
You are on an important mission, but the path to tax exempt status is complex and highly regulated. A significant amount of basic ground work and decisions are required before you can begin the process of officially organizing as a nonprofit organization.
As a nonprofit ourselves we get it. A startup nonprofit, charity, or fledgling program can become a fiscal sponsee of Fiscal Sponsorship Allies. We act as the fiscal sponsor for a variety of charitable projects, from fledgling schools waiting for their nonprofit status to new arts programs and more! Want to learn more? Read about what fiscal sponsorship is and what we offer.
SUBMIT AN APPLICATION ONLINE
Tell us about your charitable program and submit an online application. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete!
LEARN ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS
We know your nonprofit program is unique: that’s why we provide you with options and a recommendation based on the information you submit! We’ll also review your application to make sure it meets the qualifications for fiscal sponsorship. We’ll give you exact pricing, but most charity projects can get started with fiscal sponsorship with us for less than 800 bucks.
BECOME OUR FISCAL SPONSEE
We’ll send you a fiscal sponsorship agreement with all the details. Simply sign it, submit your payment and we’ll get your fiscal sponsorship up and running within 3 business days so you can start accepting tax deductible donations online as soon as possible!
NOT SURE IF A FISCAL SPONSORSHIP IS FOR YOU?
Read our blog post that explains fiscal sponsorships along with their pros and cons
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