How to for Non-Profits

How to for NonProfits NAVIGATING SPECIAL EVENTS D O N I A A M I C K , C H I E F O F I N V E S T I G AT I O N S Special Events Permits What? Who? Where? How? When?

What is a Special Event Permit Special Event Permits issued by the Colorado Department of Revenue, Liquor Enforcement Division, and/or a local liquor licensing authority, allow qualified non-profit entities or political candidates to sell, serve, or distribute alcohol beverages in connection with fund raising events. Who May Obtain a Special Event Permit?

A special event permit may be issued to an organization, whether or not presently licensed under articles 46 and/or 47 of title 12: which has been incorporated under the laws of this state for purposes of social, fraternal, patriotic, political, or athletic nature, and not for pecuniary gain, OR which is a regularly chartered branch, lodge, or chapter of a national organization or society organized for such purposes and being nonprofit in nature, OR which is a regularly established religious or philanthropic institution, OR which is a state institution of higher education (includes each principal

campus of a state system of higher education) to any political candidate who has filed the necessary reports and statements with the secretary of state pursuant to article 45 of title 1, C.R.S. Special Events-Where? A special event can be held on the licensed premises of a Club. The special event permit will then allow the Club to open up to the public and serve alcohol. Permit can also be used at unlicensed

locations. Permit can be used at Art licensed locations and Limited Wineries. Special Events-Where? Regulation 47-1004. Special Event Permit Non-transferable. A. The special event permit issued by the local or state licensing authority for a specific date and location, as properly described in the application for such permit, is non-transferable. Such permit is not valid for any other date or location unless the

local licensing authority published notice of, and considered, other alternate dates or locations in the event of inclement weather, etc. Special Event Permit-How? Must submit the following documents within 30 days prior of the event: -Document proving eligibility -A property or rental agreement -A diagram of the proposed area.

-A completed Special Event application. Apply with your local licensing authority. Special EventWhen? The event must be held on the date, time and location specified in the application and may not be changed. Fifteen event days are allowed per calendar year and may be held separately or in combination Sales may occur between 5 a.m. and midnight

for fermented malt permit and 7 a.m. and 2 a.m. for malt, vinous and spirituous permits Special Events-Source of Alcohol Wholesaler Brew pub Limited winery Retail liquor store Liquor-licensed drugstore

Vintner's restaurant Distillery pub Special Events-Donated Alcohol Alcohol beverages may be donated by Colorado-licensed wholesalers, micro-breweries, brewpubs, vintners restaurants, retail liquor stores, distillery pub and in-state wineries, if such beverages are used for hospitality and/or fund raising purposes, and are not resold by the drink. Alcohol beverages received from other non-licensed or private sources

may not be sold, served or consumed at a special events permit And. Special Events-Donated Alcohol When an event, for which the alcohol donations are solicited, is held at a retail location licensed for on-premises consumption (other than a Limited winery, Wine Festival permit, Club license, Arts license, or Art Gallery permit see below under Can a special event permit occur on a licensed premises?) the supplier shall invoice the retailer at no cost for alcohol beverage products intended for the event, if the retail licensee consents to

such an arrangement. Any such donated product which is unused must be returned by the retailer to the wholesaler as soon as practicable after the event. If the unused product is not returned, then the wholesaler must charge the retailer at least the minimum of cost for those products. Only authorized suppliers can donate alcohol when the event is held at a retail location licensed for on-premises consumption. Therefore, donations from a retailer liquor store or liquor licensed drug store cannot be used. Special Events-Server Age Requirements What are the age requirements for employees or

volunteers of the Special Event Permit holder? Persons at least 18 years of age, but not 21 years of age, may sell, serve, dispense or distribute alcohol beverages as long as they are under the supervision of a person at least 21 years of age (See Reg. 47-1012). Food Requirement Special Event Permit holders must have sandwiches or other food snacks available during all hours of service of malt, spirituous, or vinous liquors, but prepared meals

need not be served; however, full meals are not required (See Section 12-48-105(5), C.R.S.). Special Events Permits-Not Required When When is a Special Event Permit NOT required, even though alcohol beverages are going to be sold or served? Section 12-48-108, C.R.S. contains an exemption for a qualified organization when it serves alcohol beverages to members of the organization and their guests, ONLY, at a private function held by the organization on unlicensed premises and not sold by the drink. Any admission or other charge required

to be paid, or given, as a condition of entry or participation in the event must be uniform to all, regardless of whether the member or their guests decide to consume alcohol beverages. Non-profit organizations holding fundraising events at permanently licensed retail premises, with public access, are not required to obtain a Special Events Permit. In this case, authorized alcohol beverage suppliers must invoice all alcohol beverages to the retail licensee, not the non-profit organization. Questions?

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