Xavier Becerra took office as California’s new Attorney General in January 24, 2017. His first order of business was to look directly at nonprofit organizations (NPO’s) in California and determine whether or not they are complying with the laws of the land. These laws include the laws of California that govern nonprofits organizations, in addition to the laws set up by each individual organization. He is looking, in particular, at each nonprofits’ governing laws outlined in their bylaws to see if they are following their own laws. Do you have the correct amount of board members? Are you having the correct number of board meetings and on the months stated in your bylaws? Have you changed your programs and mission since they were last filed? Have you updated your bylaws to reflect these changes?
Could your font choice hurt your campaign? There are different types of fonts and styles such as a script, modern, distorted, and many more. However, when constructing digital content for your nonprofit or business, you want to make sure to use the proper font. One of the biggest offenders of being used incorrectly is Comic Sans. It is overly used and easily accessible as a nontraditional font. While many computer typing programs, such as Word, are equipped with various fonts, Comic Sans has become the go-to for a non-traditional font. Since it is so readily available, it has become improperly overused and ruins great digital creations.