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Henningson & Snoxell has a long legacy of serving nonprofit organizations. From homeless shelters and food shelves to sending aid to people in third-world countries, we are proud to offer legal counsel to organizations devoted to helping others. With smaller budgets, volunteer work and fluctuating support, the ultimate goal of nonprofits isn’t to make money, it’s to make a positive difference.
While altruism and a heart for others is vital for any nonprofit, good intentions don't always translate to wise business practices. Based in Maple Grove, Henningson & Snoxell is adept at working with nonprofit organizations to help them operate more efficiently.
From restructuring your organization to achieving tax-exempt status and planning a fundraiser, we know how to increase the effectiveness of nonprofits and prevent devastating legal setbacks.
Henningson & Snoxell helps nonprofits all of shapes and sizes with tax, management and financing. Our nonprofit law attorneys are well-versed in employment law, contract drafting, commercial real estate, collections, intellectual property, acquisitions, mergers and dissolutions.
As a medium-sized suburban law firm, Henningson & Snoxell is large enough to provide high-quality legal services for every aspect of your nonprofit organization, yet small enough to maintain and cultivate first-name personal relationships with our clients.
We highly recommend the firm of Henningson and Snoxell and their seminars. We value quality and excellence in service and that is what Henningson and Snoxell have provided for us. Most importantly, they have helped in giving us peace of mind, and in today’s world that is important.View Testimonials
After the always busy end of one year and the beginning of the next I am taking a little time this Friday morning to reflect on 2020 and review my hopes for what 2021 may bring. Of greatest importance to all of us at Henningson … View Full Story
Free Incapacity Documents Now Through February, 2021 for All Healthcare Workers Minnesota, and our country at large, has been facing a healthcare crisis because of the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 continues to challenge our hosp… View Full Story
The Boy Scouts of America “(BSA”) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on February 18, 2020 in the Federal Bankruptcy Court in the State of Delaware. This filing apparently occurred because of sexual abuse claims made against BSA. This… View Full Story