Today’s guest is Andrew Schulman, who helps nonprofits arrange for fiscal sponsorship. What is fiscal sponsorship? A small nonprofit waiting for its 501c3 letter might want a fiscal sponsor to accept donations while waiting for their tax-exempt status. Another might choose to let a larger organization handle the back-end of the finances while they focus on their program. It’s an innovative way to set up your organization that might be attractive to many nonprofits out there.
Before starting Schulman Consulting, Andrew held senior roles at a number of small and early stage nonprofits after more than a decade in for-profit roles focused on operations, marketing and digital product development. He holds an MBA from the University of Southern California and a dual Bachelor’s of Science from Northwestern University in Communications and Psychology.
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