Sus voces son fundamentales al proceso de cambio comunitario, pero en estos tiempos inciertos, ¿qué es permitido decir y hacer como representantes de organizaciónes 501(c)(3)?
Do you have questions about working in coalitions composed of 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations? Is your 501(c)(3) organization thinking about forming a 501(c)(4) to engage in lobbying and political activities?
The Executive Order raises a host of questions for nonprofit organizations. Under what circumstances could the Department of Treasury consider religious organizations to be unlawfully supporting or opposing candidates?
Does your 501(c)(3) organization want to speak up prior to an election? Do you hope to increase voter turnout, or educate candidates on the issues that matter most to your cause? While the tax code does prohibit public charities from supporting or opposing candidates, it does not require them to remain silent when elections take place.
When the American Health Care Act (ACHA) was first publicly released on March 6, 2017, health advocacy groups across the country were alarmed at the devastating impacts the bill could have especially on people enrolled in Medicaid, lower-income seniors, and rural communities.
Hoechstetter will be a panelist along with David Devlin-Foltz, Vice President of Impact Assessment of the Aspen Institute, and Julia Coffman, founder of the Center for Evaluation Innovation.
For many advocates, building and running a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization might seem like a daunting prospect. We’ve developed a new suite of tools to show advocates how this type of nonprofit could be just right for them – and how to avoid common pitfalls in the startup process.
Effective on January 1, 2017, the registration threshold for lobbying under the federal Lobbying Disclosure Act has been increased from $12,500 to $13,000 to reflect changes in the Consumer Price Index. The registration threshold is updated every four years, with the next update in 2021.
With the specter of budget cuts looming, many advocates in the 501(c)(3) world are looking for ways to save their programs and the jobs of the people who carry out the functions and mission of their organization.
President Trump’s recent statement is raising questions about political activity by houses of worship and other 501(c)(3) nonprofits, as well as the history and content of the amendment itself.