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1. A charitable organization is not required to be registered with the Secretary of State pursuant to NRS 82A.100 during any year in which its only solicitations for contributions, donations, gifts or the like are:
(a) Directed only to a total of fewer than 15 persons annually;
(b) Directed only to persons who are related within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity to the officers, directors, trustees or executive personnel of the charitable organization;
(c) Appeals for funds to benefit a particular person or his or her immediate family named in the solicitation, but only if all the proceeds of the solicitation are given to or expended for the direct benefit of the person or his or her immediate family; or
(d) Conducted by an alumni association of an accredited institution which solicits only persons who have an established affiliation with the institution, including, without limitation, current and former students, members of the faculty or staff, or persons who are within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity of such persons.
2. A charitable organization that believes it is exempt from registration pursuant to this section must, before it solicits a charitable contribution in this State or has a charitable contribution solicited in this State on its behalf by another person, and annually thereafter, file a declaration of exemption on a form prescribed by the Secretary of State.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 7. Business Associations; Securities; Commodities § 82A.110. Exemptions from registration requirement; declaration of exemption - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-7-business-associations-securities-commodities/nv-rev-st-82a-110.html
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