Blumbergs Professional Corporationprovides legal services and advice to non-profits and charities operating in Canada. It is vital that those who run charities in Canada understand their charity’s compliance requirements. Blumbergs works with clients to help them understand both their legal and ethical responsibilities and to help raise the level and standards of practice.
These online courses are designed to help staff and volunteers as well as professional advisors understand the rules relating to registered charities. Blumbergs has graciously offered friends of Sustainability Network a significant discount on these sought after courses.
Each course listing below links to a detailed curriculum description (including the recording duration of each segment) and each is self paced. If you are registering multiple people within the same organization, additional discounts also apply.
USE CODE: SUSTAINABILITY302023 to receive 30% off courses.
This coupon code is not limited to only the environmental community and we’d encourage you to pass on the code to anyone who might benefit from these courses.
If you have any suggestions relating to courses that Blumbergs might develop in the future, please contact email@example.com.
Being a Director of a Canadian Non-Profit or Registered Charity
Blumbergs’ Canadian Charity Law Boot Camp 2023 (Recorded April 27, 2023)
Canadian Charities Working with Non-Charities in Canada Course
CharityData.ca - An in-depth look at this important registered charity transparency tool
Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) In Canada
Foreign Activities and Canadian Charities
Fundamentals of Running a Canadian Charitable Organization/Operating Charity
Fundamentals of Running a Private or Public Foundation in Canada
Fundraising Regulation and Compliance in Canada for Registered Charities
Membership of Non-Profits and Charities in Canada
Mergers of Canadian Non-Profits and Charities and Dealing with Uncertain Times
Multiple Corporate Structures for Canadian For-Profits, Non-Profits and Charities to Enhance Flexibility + Impact
Objects/Purposes for Canadian Charities
Ontario not-for-profit corporations and dealing with ONCA
Professional Advisors and Philanthropy: Helping Clients Give Effectively to Good Causes
Receipting for Canadian Registered Charities
Restricted Gifts – Managing the Opportunities and Dangers of Restricted Charitable Gifts
Running and Maintaining a Federal Non-Profit Corporation under the CNCA
Separation and Independence by Canadian Charities from Entities that are not Canadian Charities
Should Our Canadian Business Establish a Corporate Foundation?
Should We Establish a Canadian Social Enterprise, Non-Profit or Charity and How to Do It?
Should you agree to be a director or board member of a Canadian non-profit or registered charity?
So now you are a registered charity – What is next
Social Enterprise, Earned Income and Business Activities for Canadian Registered Charities
Top 20 Charity Law Issues for Canadian Registered Charities
Transparency in the Canadian Charitable Sector and the T3010 Registered Charity Information Return
Click HERE to view a list of all available courses.
Mark Blumberg is a partner at the law firm Blumbergs Professional Corporation in Toronto and works almost exclusively with Canadian non-profits and registered charities on compliance issues. Mark is also the editor of CanadianCharityLaw.ca and maintains CharityData.ca and SmartGiving.ca.