Crowdfunding has become an increasingly popular tool in a nonprofit’s fundraising arsenal, and with good reason. Organizations can pay crowdfunding websites to showcase particular projects and events and to collect donations on their behalf. Doing so can enable even a small nonprofit to gain national exposure and significantly enhance its funding potential. But there are potential legal risks associated with crowdfunding. This article covers a few of the many factors to consider. Posted with permission of Pro Bono Partnership Atlanta.