The Charitable Law Section’s website now provides up-to-the-minute notices to the charitable community on the most recent changes and resources provided through the site.
The new stand-alone website, Charitable.OhioAGO.gov
, was launched this summer to allow members of the charitable community to find helpful resources or access to registration and licensing systems with a single click. Plans are underway to add additional features and expand the resource tools available for charitable leaders. Those who subscribe to the update feature will receive email announcements about additional training opportunities, reference materials added to the website and details about any legal or procedural changes that affect the charitable community. To register for this update feature, click here
“Members of Ohio’s charitable sector can now receive the most up-to-date information about features added to our web page and information that might affect their charitable operations. We will get this information out to the sector far more quickly through the website than any of our other communication tools, so we are encouraging everyone to sign up for these updates,” said Dan Fausey, Charitable Law Section Chief.
The section has been expanding the number of guides and resources it has been creating for charities dealing with the current coronavirus situation. Those who subscribe to the update feature will receive announcements when new tools are launched. Fausey said the section plans to continue adding additional information to the website in the coming months.
“The current pandemic has been very challenging for charities everywhere. We have been committed to trying to provide training opportunities and updates about important information that we think could help charitable leaders struggling with this situation. We will continue to develop new resources and the alert feature allows us to share information about those tools quickly,” Fausey said.
The new website provides easy links to the bingo licensing
and charitable registration
systems. Donors can quickly find the Research Charities
button at the top of the page to check the registration status of a charity and learn more about its activities. Registration for the section’s webinars
and other resource information are also conveniently found on the new website’s home page. A carousel of changing images and information also highlights some of the most current issues of concern.