Did you know that your nonprofit can encourage your constituents to vote for or against a ballot measure? Join us to learn more about what nonprofits can do on ballot measures:
Laws on the Ballot: Ballot Measure Advocacy for Nonprofits
Tuesday, July 14th at 2:00pm Eastern
Nonprofits cannot support or oppose candidates, but they can take a stand on ballot measures. Ballot measure advocacy is an effective way to engage and advocate for your community and its interests. Join us for details on how ballot measures (as well as amendments and referendums) provide an opportunity to connect with your audience, collaborate with partners, and build relationships – all while advancing your mission and goals. Learn what your nonprofit can do to take a position for or against a ballot measure – or provide neutral information on both sides.
Featured Presenter: Abby Levine serves as Legal Director of Advocacy Programs at the Alliance for Justice where she provides legal guidance that encourages grantmakers to support advocacy and other nonprofit organizations to participate in policymaking decisions through an understanding of federal tax and election law.