Consultations and legal clinics

When you have questions about nonprofit management, governance, or legal issues, IntegralOrg has free services to help.

Every nonprofit comes with its own unique opportunities and challenges. And as a nonprofit leader, you have a lot of responsibility on your shoulders. 

If you have a question or issue, a free consultation or legal clinic are good options for finding ideas and solutions.


If you have a question about governance, board functioning, financial or budgeting matters, strategic planning, or any other issue, give us a call at 403-910-7279, connect by email, or use the Contact Us form and we will arrange a free phone or virtual consultation with a member of our team with expertise in the area.

Legal clinics

Would you like to chat with a lawyer with decades of experience in the nonprofit sector about your issue?

A legal clinic is a 1-hour problem-solving session, free of charge.

You might have questions like:

  • How do I attain charitable status?
  • How do I register my nonprofit?
  • What policies do we need?
  • Are our bylaws complete? 
  • What do we need to do before starting a social enterprise?

Here's how a legal clinic works

  1. Give us a call at 403-910-7279, connect by email, or use the Contact Us form. Let us know the issue you are facing.
  2. You will be contacted by Megan, IntegralOrg's administrator. She will ask you some clarifying questions to learn more about your issue and arrange a time for your clinic.
  3. Megan may ask you to fill out a clinic information form. You will be asked for basic information about your nonprofit - and depending on the issue that you have, you may be asked for some more detailed items like your incorporation documents or bylaws so we can be fully informed and ready to problem-solve when we meet. You can access the clinic information form by clicking the button below.
  4. Clinics are held virtually. You can invite multiple members of your team to the clinic if you wish.


Clinic Information Form


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