Thank you to everyone who was able to attend last Thursday’s webinar, Getting Started: Nonpartisan Voter Engagement for Nonprofits. We would like to offer special thanks to our featured presenters Erika Anthony, senior director of advocacy, policy & research at Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and Lindsey Hodel, national field director at Nonprofit VOTE.
If you’d like to learn more about being nonpartisan, please visit our online resource library for a list of our resources. Please take special note of our online guide for 501(c)(3)s, which features a topic by topic guide to staying nonpartisan while conducting various forms of voter engagement work. We also suggest that you visit Bolder Advocacy and the IRS websites.
You can also learn more about getting started in the Getting Started section of our online resource library.
Our 2015 webinar series continues next month with:
Candidate Engagement: Forums, Appearances and More
When: Thursday, June 11th 2:00PM ET, 11:00AM PT
Candidate engagement is a poweful way not only to educate your constituents about the candidates and issues, but to make sure candidates understand your community and the issues important to your organization. In this webinar, we’ll cover how to host a nonpartisan candidate forum at your nonprofit, deal with canidate appearances and engage candidates in other nonpartisan ways.
Featured Speaker: Cheryl Clyburn Crawford is executive director at MassVOTE.