Not-for-profit Law
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DGR Status: the legal basics for not-for-profits

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Please note we will send an email with a link to the recording and a copy of the slide handout 1-2 days after you register.

Access the recording here.

Deductible gift recipient (DGR) status is highly sought after, as it can help not-for-profits access more donations and grants. Many organisations grapple with DGR status, including understanding the benefits, which groups are eligible, how to apply and what the planned DGR reforms will mean for them. Laws in this area are complex and navigating the rules for obtaining and keeping DGR status can be tricky. We’re here to help! Join us for an informative webinar on all things DGR, and we’ll break things down into simple terms.

What we’ll cover:

  • What is DGR status?
  • Overview of DGR reforms
  • How to apply for DGR status
  • Once your not-for-profit gets DGR status, how to keep it
  • Top tips and further resources

You’ll also get:  

  • A copy of the webinar recording (available for 30 days)
  • Information on further resources and support

Cost: $30 - $50

If your organisation is unable to cover the webinar fee or if you're having trouble registering please get in touch at nfptraining@justiceconnect.org.au

Here's what past participants said about our webinars

“Very practical guidance and lots of access to resources and links etc to help in the future!”

“Webinars make it a lot more convenient and I would definitely recommend others to attend your webinars.”

“Really clear, concise and accessible information. Thank you!”

Access the recording here.

If you have any questions or you're having trouble registering please contact us at nfptraining@justiceconnect.org.au

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Last Updated: 13 July 2020