Charitable campaigns being conducted by professional solicitors; i.e., they get paid to solicit money.
Private foundations filing IRS tax form 990PF with the Attorney General. Information includes name, address and the last year a 990PF was filed. Private foundations essentially receive less than 1/3 of their funding from the public, the majority coming from private contributions.
Charitable organizations which are not private foundations under IRS law. Essentially, this means they get most of their funding from contributions from the public.
Statutes - KRS 367.650 to 367.670
Regulations - KAR Title 40
Information for non-profit organizations
Information for professional solicitors
Information for fundraising consultants