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How to Create a (c)(3) Advocacy Plan

Heather Burke | October 1, 2018
A good starting step for advocacy organizations working to create change is to create an advocacy plan that lays out the...

8 Tips for Nonprofits with Employees Running for Public Office

Heather Burke | September 28, 2018
More and more, Bolder Advocacy is responding to questions from 501(c)(3) public charities that have employees running for office. Knowing that 501(c)(3)s cannot support or oppose any candidates for public office (even nonpartisan races like school board), organizations are looking for guidelines on how to stay compliant when an employee… Read More
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Marianna Garcia

Heather Burke | September 19, 2018
Marianna Garcia is the California Program Manager for AFJ’s Bolder Advocacy program, providing administrative and progra...

Alliance for Justice and RoadMap Join Forces To Support Civic Engageme

Heather Burke | September 7, 2018
As we enter this important mid-term election season the Alliance for Justice-Bolder Advocacy and RoadMap’s-Weathering the Storms program are joining forces to make sure you have the information you need to be bold, safe and compliant in your advocacy and civic engagement activities. We will work together to help… Read More

8 Tips for Nonprofits with Employees Running for Public Office

Ronnie Pawelko | September 28, 2018
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Will the Supreme Court’s recent campaign finance ruling affect Texas nonprofits?

Bolder Advocacy | September 24, 2018
In a surprise move last week by the Supreme Court, a non-ruling actually had a big impact on the state of campaign fin...

Are you a 501(c)(4) making Independent Expenditures? You may be subject to increased disclosure.

Nikhil Pillai | September 18, 2018
On August 3, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia published an opinion holding that corps that ...

Paying for Issue Advocacy Advertisements? You Might Have to Register.

Nikhil Pillai | September 13, 2018
We are within 60 days of the general election in November. For nonprofits, including 501(c)(3)s, this means you should b...