diff --git a/www/conservancy/static/members/services/index.html b/www/conservancy/static/members/services/index.html index c0cd79e9a52fa315b110e22e6281c5bc78ae1c95..e50772977247fa49f25ec1035dc8b7ffdbfc6dab 100644 --- a/www/conservancy/static/members/services/index.html +++ b/www/conservancy/static/members/services/index.html @@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ personal accounts or having to set up their own project specific account.-
Since the Conservancy is a tax-exempt organization, there are some +
Since Conservancy is a tax-exempt organization, there are some limits that the law places on what member projects can do with their assets, but those limits are the same as if the project was an independent non-profit entity. Usually, the project leadership @@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ equipment or anything that should be officially held in the name of the project. Member projects are not required that Conservancy hold all assets of a project. (For example, member projects are - not required to assign copyrights to the Conservancy.) + not required to assign copyrights to Conservancy.) However, Conservancy can accommodate the needs of projects that want their assets under the control of a not-for-profit entity and exercised only for the public good.@@ -111,10 +111,10 @@
Member projects can continue to operate in the same way they did before -joining the Conservancy without having to select a board of directors or +joining Conservancy without having to select a board of directors or any other layer of corporate management, without having to maintain corporate records and without having to do any of the other things -required of incorporated entities. The Conservancy handles all of that +required of incorporated entities. Conservancy handles all of that burden on behalf of its projects.