Not for Profit
Denny Law Office believes that not for profit organizations play an integral role in the vitality and success of a community. This belief is rooted in founder Roy Denny’s experience working over sixteen years for non-profit corporations in Louisville, KY. A successful non-profit provides a meaningful service to the community, adheres to a strong mission statement, and remains financially viable through it all.
Compliance with the law is only the first step in creating a successful not for profit organization; we offer personal experience with the internal operations and the myriad of unique challenges facing non-profits in any economic environment. First and foremost, unlike a for-profit business, a non-profit’s primary objective is not monetary success. A non-profit must adhere to a strong mission statement to guide its actions and ensure a unity of message to the community. But a non-profit must give equal credence to financial matters, for the financial failure of an organization undermines it mission just as much as completely ignoring it.
In addition to many of the issues facing small businesses, Denny Law Office can assist not for profit organizations with:
- Development of meaningful and focused mission statements
- Obtaining state and Federal tax exempt status
- Navigating legal issues surrounding fundraising
- Creation and administration of trusts and foundations
- Legislative advocacy for issues directly impacting your organization
-Grant application review
Denny Law Office, PLLC
7982 New LaGrange Rd.
Louisville, KY 40222
(502) 203-1643 or
(502) 631-9760 ex. 104
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