Can a homeschool community of families become a nonprofit? What if it is currently a business?
How hard is it?
What are the steps to take?
How fast can it get it done?
How much will it cost?
I have recorded a webinar to answer all these questions and more!
Create a Nonprofit Organization for Your Homeschool Community
The webinar is 90 minutes and covers:
- The difference between a business and a nonprofit
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a nonprofit
- Forming a board: who can be one it, what do they do, etc.
- Creating bylaws
- Drafting a budget
- Setting up a bank account
- Forming a nonprofit corporation in your state
- The timeline to get this all done
- The expense to accomplish this
Who should watch the webinar?
- Brand new start up homeschool groups
- Existing groups that never formed as a nonprofit
- Homeschool communities run as a business that want to convert to be a nonprofit
- Leaders that are unsure if their homeschool group is a business or a nonprofit. It can be confusing!
Watch a preview:
The webinar fee is $10. Yes only $10.
You will receive:
- A link to the recording of the video (90 minutes). Watch anytime (just bookmark the link)
- A copy of the slides from the webinar
Thank you for this webinar! It was great!-Alicia, homeschool leader
Thank you! It was very informative!-Rhonda, live attendee
UPDATE: The follow-on to this webinar is 501c3 Application for Homeschool Nonprofits. It walks you though the IRS Form 1023-EZ application line-by-line. You will be ready to apply on your own after watching this webinar.
Carol Topp, CPA is the owner of HomeschoolCPA.com and has assisted more than 150 homeschool organizations apply for 501c3 tax exempt status. She is the author of 15 books.