Fundraising Registration and Compliance
T1DF can currently receive unlimited charitable contributions from residents in at least 35 states. T1DF will register with each remaining state and the District of Columbia when we receive substantial donations from individuals located in that state.
States where T1DF is required to register and either maintains active registration or has filed an exemption include:
- Arkansas, California, Florida, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Washington.
States where T1DF is not required to register for charitable fundraising include:
- Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Wyoming.
T1DF’s websites allow for interactive solicitations and donations. T1DF’s websites do not target individuals or communities in any specific state, and T1DF has not yet, through its websites, received substantial donations from donors located in any specific state. T1DF’s current fundraising activities are thus governed by the Charleston Principle exemption where applicable. States that currently recognize the Charleston Principle exemption include:
- Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin.