There are a number of bills on the table that could greatly affect the rights of Texans. Not only are nonprofits allowed to lobby, lobbying is a truly effective way for groups to address the needs of their constituents. Here are some of our more popular tools and resources.
While c3s cannot imply they will work to support or oppose any elected officials when they are next up for election, they can actively be involved as new administrations take shape and begin governing.
Advocacy is an important tool for your nonprofit to achieve its mission! It can take many forms—public education, litigation, and even lobbying—and there is no “one size fits all” approach. These tips can help your organization start the new year right.
There are many activities 501(c)(3)s can engage in during this transition period. Wondering if your communication on a particular executive nominee is considered lobbying, or if you can speak out on what a winning candidate has said? Please join us for this one hour webinar!
Don’t let confusion about advocacy strategies and activities sabotage your efforts to influence policy at this critical time.
Must a charity still avoid saying anything that might appear to favor or oppose a candidate or political party, even though the 2016 election is finally over?
Now is the time to protect the values we hold dear. We are ready to arm you with the resources, tools, and support you need.
A new administration is coming to Washington, DC, and new legislators, governors, and other policymakers are taking office throughout the country. Is your organization ready?
This November, Californians will get the chance to vote on seventeen state-wide ballot measures.
This election cycle’s presidential debates could see record-breaking viewership.