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Bolder Advocacy Blog
Posted by Natalie Ossenfort on March 30, 2018
Does your organization work to impact public policy in Texas? These fact sheets are some of the latest additions to Bolder Advocacy’s extensive library of state and local law resources.
Posted by Susan Rhea on March 14, 2018
We’re a few months into an election year, and campaigns are already heating up. If you’re like many nonprofit professionals, you’re wondering if and how your organization can weigh in this year.
Posted by Ronnie Pawelko on March 6, 2018
Alliance for Justice’s Bolder Advocacy program is pleased to release our new guide, Advocacy Resource: Coalition Checklist. Working in coalition is a cost-effective way for groups to create lasting change and achieve common goals, yet questions often arise about how to do so effectively.
Posted by Susan Rhea on March 5, 2018
Evaluating nonprofit advocacy work to influence policy often raises questions for nonprofits. It’s important to get credit for the advocacy work that’s been done, but no one wants to raise flags about lobbying and other activities that might make funders or nonprofit board members nervous.
Posted by Abby Levine on January 30, 2018
Thinking about watching tonight’s State of the Union and wondering whether and how your organization can respond? If the President mentions an issue core to your mission, can you comment? The answer is YES: 501(c)(3) organizations may speak out and hold government officials accountable for their actions.