DW and I have been on the board for a local Down syndrome support group for nearly 10 years. I'd recommend having an accountant and lawyer on the board if you can at all swing it. Helps having that advice.For us the board is the group that organizes family events and yes, is primarily responsible for fundraising but we only do 1 fund raiser a year.You will need a lawyer to do your 501(c)3 paper work for the IRS. Anyone that donates to the organization is going to need a copy of that so they can show the IRS you are indeed a non-profit. Until you have that, you aren't one.-Lution
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