I have a small business online and wanted to promote it by sending a percentage of profits to a charity for a month, and advertising that. I just want to make sure there aren't any weird laws against this sort of thing. Thanks!
1 Answer from Attorneys
Hello! Congratulations on your new business. Very exciting. In answer to your question, no, there are no laws prohibiting you from donating a portion of your profits to charity or disclosing it. If you are interested, I can help you in reviewing your copy for your website and make sure it does not cause you unnecessary risk or reviewing any other business concerns you have. Please let me know if you are interested in discussing. I offer a free consultation of one hour for new clients, and I am a licensed attorney in the State of Connecticut.
Good luck! Glad to hear of a company involved in social entrepreneurship!
Attorney Diana L. Bartolotta
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