Fiscal Sponsorship: 6  Ways To Do It Right

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Diversity Committee at charter school creates teaching aid
Renewed resource for fiscal sponsors: Greg Colvin relaunches his blog site
6 Ways 3rd edition available now. Includes new Model L
New question on Calif. Form RRF-1
Directory reporter wins journalism award
“A Board’s Guide To Fiscal Sponsorship”

LEAD STORY: NNFS Dec. 8 virtual conference

A chance to meet with a wide-ranging mix of fiscal sponsor colleagues

The National Network of Fiscal Sponsors’ annual conference, held at key locations around the country since 2007, is an event many of us look forward to — a chance to share practical details of our work and enjoy the company of fellow sponsors. Last year, Covid-19 shut us out of that pleasure, too.

Fiscal sponsorship has mostly thrived during the pandemic, and December 8, NNFS will host a virtual meetup where we can reaffirm the importance and growth of our sector.

“This is a good way for us to connect while we’re still navigating Covid,” says Arun S. Prabhakaran, the network’s Steering Committee chairman and Urban Affairs Coalition executive vice president. “Our plans are to return to an in-person conference next year, but we’re also talking about adding several virtual meetings during the year.” MORE

LATEST NEWS: Sponsor spinoff creates special resource for Black History Month

A parent-teacher collaboration

Fiscal sponsors find satisfaction in the success of projects under their wing, after they spin off, or when they create something special. Ross Valley Charter School in Fairfax, Calif., took Black History Month as an opportunity to shine.MORE


Renewed resource for fiscal sponsors

Greg Colvin relaunches his blog site

Fiscal sponsorship’s growing niche in the nonprofit sector welcomes the news that after an eight-year hiatus, Greg Colvin has relaunched his blog site, fiscalsponsorship.com, first begun in 2005.MORE

Fiscal sponsors: create or update your agency profile

Fiscalsponsordirectory.org helps connect community projects with fiscal sponsors. San Francisco Study Center created and maintains this directory based on self-reported information from the fiscal sponsors listed. Create your listing and help projects and other nonprofits find you fast. To update your profile send us an email. 

Projects: Find a fiscal sponsor

Use the directory to find the fiscal sponsor that best fits for what you do. To search by state: click on the map links below.

Search fiscal sponsors by state The Directory features 319 sponsors in 42 states, three in Puerto Rico and one in Canada.

FOR SPONSORS AND PROJECTS
The Fiscal Sponsor Directory thanks its supporters for their generosity. “It’s an honor on behalf of Nonstop Wellness and personally to provide support to San Francisco Study Center and its Fiscal Sponsor Directory. In an era of “fake news,”  targeted (and often abusive) political advertising and the deepening decay of polarized politics, Study Center stands apart — a throwback to the era when journalists were committed to the notion of a democratic society with true pillars of representation. Thank you for your team’s caring commitment and credible voice. It’s a privilege to support the Fiscal Sponsor Directory and the larger vision of your mission.” — David Sloves, CEO, Nonstop Wellness, Study Center’s Benefits Administrator
Adler Colvin Brand Nonprofit law leaders Adler & Colvin is deeply committed to serving the legal needs of the nonprofit sector. We bring experience and passion to our representation of tax-exempt organizations and individual philanthropists in the areas of fiscal sponsorship, charitable gift planning, grantmaking and social investing, nonprofit governance and ethics, revenue-generating activities, social enterprise, tax treatment of lobbying and political activities. LEARN MORE
Experienced fiscal sponsorshipLogo of the San Francisco Study Center Study Center sponsored its first fiscal project in 1975. We’ve been doing it right ever since. Savvy staff provide a spectrum of community services, serving as a sounding board for projects needing help getting started and a resource for those needing admin support. Our primary focus, financial management, uses a state-of-the-art system to keep you up to date and your project budget on track. Our mission is to help you succeed. Contact Executive Director Geoff Link for more information.   CONTACT