Running a Charity: A Canadian Legal Guide

Running a Charity: A Canadian Legal Guide

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Running a Charity: A Canadian Legal Guide

Revised and updated edition of the five-star rated Starting and Maintaining a Charity in Canada. Now includes new information on directors' responsibilities as well as vital updates in other key areas.

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A 'must read' for all those who lead and administer charities.

People are often surprised that there are detailed and extensive laws governing the way we give charity, and to whom we give it. Running a Charity is written for people who work for the good of all humankind. It is intended to help charities maintain compliance with the law while continuing their good work.

Advance Praise For Running a Charity

"Everyone who manages the operations of a charity should have this book within arm's reach. Consultants should carry copies with them to clients and it should be a welcoming gift to every new treasurer of the board."…..Lee Pigeau, Director of Philanthropy, Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation

“If giving money away was easy, everyone would be a philanthropist. This book, and its supporting resources, is a must read for anyone who is considering creating a charity …. Running a charity is more than just "doing good;" it is managing an operation that requires oversight and compliance with multiple levels of government as well as with donors who support your organization. Adam Aptowtizer has taken his decades of experience in this sector and created a must-have resource for advisors, executives and board members to navigate the maze of starting and running a charitable organization.” … Gena Rotstein, MA, FEA, Executive Director, Place2Give Foundation

“In his book, Adam weaves seamlessly from well-explained legal concepts to examples, to finances, to tips and practical advice. A definite read for anyone starting a charity!”…… David Uzan, Jobs for Life

ISBN 978-1-927375-52-5 Civil Sector Press 2020
200 pages approx. / soft cover / 7 x 10 in / 500 gr

Running a Charity: A Canadian Legal Guide

Revised and updated edition of the five-star rated Starting and Maintaining a Charity in Canada. Now includes new information on directors' responsibilities as well as vital updates in other key areas.

See Table of ContentsAuthor Bio

A 'must read' for all those who lead and administer charities.

People are often surprised that there are detailed and extensive laws governing the way we give charity, and to whom we give it. Running a Charity is written for people who work for the good of all humankind. It is intended to help charities maintain compliance with the law while continuing their good work.

Advance Praise For Running a Charity

"Everyone who manages the operations of a charity should have this book within arm's reach. Consultants should carry copies with them to clients and it should be a welcoming gift to every new treasurer of the board."…..Lee Pigeau, Director of Philanthropy, Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation

“If giving money away was easy, everyone would be a philanthropist. This book, and its supporting resources, is a must read for anyone who is considering creating a charity …. Running a charity is more than just "doing good;" it is managing an operation that requires oversight and compliance with multiple levels of government as well as with donors who support your organization. Adam Aptowtizer has taken his decades of experience in this sector and created a must-have resource for advisors, executives and board members to navigate the maze of starting and running a charitable organization.” … Gena Rotstein, MA, FEA, Executive Director, Place2Give Foundation

“In his book, Adam weaves seamlessly from well-explained legal concepts to examples, to finances, to tips and practical advice. A definite read for anyone starting a charity!”…… David Uzan, Jobs for Life

ISBN 978-1-927375-52-5 Civil Sector Press 2020
200 pages approx. / soft cover / 7 x 10 in / 500 gr

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