The California Registry of Charitable Trusts Surety Bond is required by the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General.
The state defines a Charitable Trust as an any individual, corporation, or other legal entity that, for compensation, does any of the following:
All charitable trustees and fundraising professionals are required to register and file annual financial disclosure reports with the Registry of Charitable Trusts. In addition, nonprofit organizations that conduct raffles for charitable purposes are required to register and file an annual financial report.
Pursuant to California Government Code sections 12580-12599.5, in order to register a charitable trust, the following must be submitted to the California Attorney General:
This bond states that the agency will use the funds in the intended way, will not engage in fraud, misrepresentation, or deceitful acts and helps guarantee that the charity will follow all regulations, rules, and laws set forth by the state. The bond does not act like insurance, as the principal (the charitable trust agency) must pay back the surety company (the company that issued the bond) for any losses that might occur from a claim.
Surety1 can issue this bond quickly and reliably! To apply, all you need to do is submit our free online application! One of our licensed agents will contact you within one business day with a firm, no-obligation quote for the premium. If you choose to move forward after hearing the quote, we will have you sign any necessary paperwork and remit the premium payment. Once the payment is processed we will ship your California Registry of Charitable Trusts Surety Bond to you via USPS Priority Mail, with overnight shipping options also available!
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