Because of the protections afforded by the U.S. Constitution in the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses, religious institutions are subject to tax and corporate rules that differ greatly from those applicable to other nonprofit organizations. In addition, many religious denominations have their own internal bodies of law that also must be followed while dealing with governance and tax issues and other compliance with civil law. A denomination's hierarchical structure, if any, may also affect our civil law advice.
Adler & Colvin attorneys have counseled a broad spectrum of religious groups; among them Western and Eastern denominations, religious orders, and individual churches, synagogues, mosques, and other institutions.
This letter could be important in the event that a Model C fiscal sponsor disburses grant funds for the benefit of a grantee, not by cash grants to the grantee, but by writing checks directly to the grantee’s vendors.
Short form of Fiscal Sponsorship Grant Agreement between a fiscal sponsor and a Model C fiscally sponsored project.
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