DCP: Charitable Solicitation Registration Information and Forms

Charitable Solicitation Registration Information and Forms

 
{Get Acrobat Reader.gif (712 bytes)} The Connecticut Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act requires most organizations that solicit money for charitable purposes to register or claim an exemption from registration with the Department of Consumer Protection. All paid solicitors and some fundraising counsel must register, post a bond and file certain reports.
 
New Law Affecting Public Charity Registration Process
 
Section 21a-190b of the Connecticut Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act was amended during the 2013 Session of the General Assembly as follows:
  1. Each charitable organization will renew its registration 11 months after its fiscal year-end (was formerly 5 months)
  2. The provision allowing extensions of time to file a renewal has been removed
  3. You will be considered late and subject to late fees after your expiration date has passed.
 
The Frequently Asked Questions page provides detailed information about the new form and how to use it.
 
 
 
Charitable Organizations
 
Paid Solicitors
 
Fundraising Counsel
 
General Information


Content Last Modified on 4/15/2014 2:35:20 PM