To learn more about the charitable mission of a charity or other aspects of the organization, including the size of the organization and the services it provides to people in Minnesota, please contact the charity or professional fundraiser directly.
The purpose of this Practice Note is to provide you with information about the Minnesota Attorney Generals Office requirements and reporting requirements that must be followed by charities and professional fundraisers that solicit donations in Minnesota. For a discussion of the registration requirements of other nonprofit organizations that solicit in Minnesota, see the separate Practice Note that is written for volunteers.
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