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Kudos (perhaps we should call this something else)

“There is a right way and a wrong way to go about the use of fiscal sponsorship. Mr. Colvin’s book brings much-needed sunshine and clarity to those who want to do it correctly.”
— John A. Edie, Director, Exempt Organizations Tax Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers

“With IRS audit activity on the increase, it is vitally important for every charity that engages in fiscal sponsorship to know the rules and pitfalls. This book covers them all in clear, understandable language.”
— Marcus S. Owens, Member, Caplin & Drysdale
Former Director, IRS Exempt Organizations Division

“This book will be helpful for all sorts of charitable organizations and recipients of funding from such organizations.”
— Deirdre Dessingue, Associate General Counsel
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

“Greg Colvin’s book is simply the best resource one could want in understanding an important and growing strategy to help small and emerging nonprofit activities. Whether you call it project sponsorship, fiscal sponsorship, or program incubation, these approaches support the fundamental reason nonprofits exist in the American system: social innovation.”
—Drummond Pike, President, The Tides Center

“Greg Colvin’s book remains the most comprehensive analysis of fiscal sponsorship and an essential part of the library of every grantmaker and grantseeker considering some form of fiscal sponsorship.”
— Kirke Wilson, Former President, Rosenberg Foundation

“The book we’ve been waiting for. ... A ‘must-have’ for every nonprofit interested in providing this valuable service to its clients and the public.”
— L. Wade Black, Associate Director,
Alabama Center for Law & Civic Education, Cumberland School of Law

“This book is an essential reference for anyone who does — or should be doing — fiscal sponsorships. It is concise and practical. The forms alone are worth the purchase price.”
— Victoria B. Bjorklund, Partner, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett