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Civic Engagement, Advocacy, and Public Policy

Nonprofit and philanthropic organizations play a central role in the democratic process by providing a means for individuals to deliberate on public policies and decisions that affect them. To the extent possible, nonprofits and philanthropies should educate their communities, provide opportunities to deliberate on public policies, and engage diverse constituents in advocacy activities as a means to fulfilling missions and promoting community interests. Open communication and consultation between policy makers and constituents of nonprofits and philanthropies contribute to well-informed policies and the effective implementation of them. Nonprofits and philanthropic organizations need to know the reporting requirements and restrictions on political campaign activity.

Make A Difference For Your Cause in 3 Hours A Week

Finding and Using Data

Advocacy vs Lobbying

Roadmap For Engagement In Legislative Advocacy

Know The Legislative Process & Players

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Bourdsource-Discussion-Guide-For-Boards

CLPI-Foundations-for-Civic-Impact

Alliance for Justice Investing in Change

Strategies for Engagement in Advocacy