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Five Common Questions About Fundraising in Ohio

Charitable organizations regularly contact the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for information about fundraising activities allowed under state law, and we’ve outlined answers to some of the most common questions.


Enforcement Actions Help Protect Charitable Sector

Recent enforcement actions by the Ohio Attorney General’s Charitable Law Section have helped to stop fraudulent activity, recover misused charitable funds, and protect donors and charities.


Cybersecurity 101

Charities often hold information that would be valuable to cybercriminals, so we’re providing resources organizations can use to protect themselves and their information from cyberattacks.


Year-End Gifts and Wise Giving

For many charitable organizations, December is a critical month because a substantial portion of their charitable contributions come in the form of year-end contributions. Many Americans increase their giving at this time in order to take advantage of the deductibility of charitable contributions for income taxes.


Unclaimed Funds Listing May Carry Happy Surprises

Starting off the New Year with extra money could help make it a “Happy New Year” for many people. Charities might consider making it an annual ritual to check the state’s listing of unclaimed funds each January to see if there might be monies waiting to be claimed by the organization.


Three Resources for Strengthening Cybersecurity in the New Year

Data breaches involving large corporations attract headlines, but charities of all sizes can be vulnerable to cyberattacks. To help organizations protect themselves, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office is offering several cybersecurity resources, including a free webinar on Jan. 10. 

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