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Start: October 11

End: October 12

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Amy Jackson

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This 2023 NAAG/NASCO Charities Conference is the only annual event at which charity regulators, nonprofit organizations, their attorneys, accountants, fundraisers, and advisers can meet, learn about and discuss issues of interest to the charitable sector.

Topics include:

  • Governance “on screen”
  • Purpose driven board leadership
  • Conflicts between nonprofits and their board of directors
  • State of the nonprofit sector
  • Regulatory priorities and recent enforcement actions


Oct. 11: 12:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. ET All attendees
Oct. 12: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET Attorney general office and government staff only



  • Attorneys general and attorney general staff: Complimentary
  • NASCO members and government: Complimentary
  • General Admission: $100

Registration Deadline: Monday, Oct. 9, 2023.

Please email Amy Jackson with any questions.

Attorney General Staff Registration

Public Registration

Non-AGO NASCO Members and Government Registration

Continuing Legal Education (CLE)

For attendees participating in the live virtual event, NAAG will apply for CLE per accrediting body guidelines upon request. After the conclusion of the webinar, please complete the CLE Request Form.

Accessibility Planning

If you identify as a person with a disability and would like to request reasonable accommodations for this event, please complete the Accessibility Request Form.


The 2023 NAAG/NASCO Annual Charities Conference is coordinated by the National Association of State Charity Officials and the NAAG Center for Consumer Protection, whose mission is to assist and enable state and territory attorneys general in protecting the public in the areas of consumer protection and charitable asset and entity oversight by providing information, technical assistance, and support; facilitating cooperation among attorney general staff through open dialogue and advanced communication systems; planning, organizing, and conducting training and seminars for the exchange of ideas and information on relevant matters; and promoting the development of effective programs and education for the protection of the public.