Attorney General Charity Registration Online Renewal System

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Charities may use the Attorney General's registration online renewal system. The renewal system may only be used by charity registrants in current (good) standing with the Registry of Charitable Trusts to submit annual renewal data and supporting documentation in lieu of mailing Attorney General Form RRF-1 and supporting documentation. Organizations with delinquent status must complete and file Form RRF-1 via U.S. mail and submit any other delinquent forms to the Registry. For information to cure a delinquency, please see the Attorney General's website.

The online renewal system may not be used for initial charity registration, raffle nor fundraising professional registrations, nor to satisfy the renewal or reporting requirements of raffle registrants or fundraising professionals. Raffle registrants and fundraising professionals must register, renew and report by U.S. mail.

All charitable corporations, unincorporated associations, trustees, or other persons holding assets in trust for charitable purposes must register with the Attorney General's Registry of Charitable Trusts within 30 days of initially receiving assets (funds, property, etc.) in/from California. For additional information and registration forms, see the Attorney General's website.

If your organization needs assistance in registering or curing a delinquency with the Attorney General's office. please contact our office.