Association boards need at least three members for nonprofit status

Q. In one of your recent articles you mention that in order to maintain the association’s status as a nonprofit corporation with the Secretary of State in Illinois, it must have three board members. We are a small community of 19 townhouses with a lot of elderly residents who do not want to participate in any of the association’s doings. What happens if you cannot get residents to volunteer to be one of the three board members?    Read the Q&A………..


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