Required submission of financial plan to nonprofit beneficiary
(1) A professional fund raising firm shall not participate in a solicitation campaign in this state without first submitting a written financial plan to the nonprofit beneficiary. A nonprofit organization, utilizing the services of a professional fund raising firm, shall not solicit in this state unless it has obtained such a written financial plan from the firm. The written financial plan shall provide a good faith projection of the total expenses and revenue for each solicitation campaign contemplated by the agreement with the nonprofit beneficiary.
(2) In the case of solicitation campaigns which are directed at targeted individual donors, such as in telemarketing or direct mail solicitations, the plan shall specify whether each campaign is directed toward new donor acquisitions, individual donor renewals or some combination thereof. [1991 c.532 §19]
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