Guest Blogger

The Election Is Over. Now What?

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?

Abby Levine

Be Bold! Bolder Advocacy Can Help

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.

Abby Levine

The time for advocacy is now!

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?

Ronnie Pawelko

Responding to the 2016 Debates

This election cycle’s presidential debates could see record-breaking viewership.

Natalie Roetzel

New Resource for Texas Nonprofits

A new resource for the many organizations doing good work to address the needs of communities within the Houston area.

Ronnie Pawelko

A Pastor Who Knows the Tax Laws

In a surprising clip, a pastor is seen interrupting Donald Trump at a Flint, Michigan church as he gives a speech that veered into criticism of Hillary Clinton.

Ronnie Pawelko

Employee Leave Policies During Election Season

With a hotly contested presidential election drawing closer, AFJ has been receiving inquiries from organizations with employees who wish to take leave from work to volunteer for election-related activities. All employers need to consider how to deal with such leave requests, but the stakes are even higher for 501(c)(3) employers.  After all, would granting leave…