Ronnie Pawelko

AFJ joins Amicus Brief

Alliance for Justice has joined the Institute for Free Speech and the Philanthropy Roundtable on an amicus brief in support of a challenge to an overly vague and burdensome New York State disclosure law.

Tihitina Dagnachew

501(c)(3)s Have a Role to Play in Getting Out the Vote

It’s important to know 501(c)(3)s can and should play an important role in getting people to the polls when critical issues are at stake.  Although 501(c)(3)s cannot tell people who to support or vote for, they can encourage people to go out and vote.

Sue_Hoechstetter

Despair, Then ACT! We’ll Help

At Bolder Advocacy we specialize in helping groups “make some noise.” Please see our resources for conducting advocacy within the legal rules as well as our advocacy capacity and community organizing tools for assessing and building organizational strength and effectiveness.

Toren Lewis

The Trump Lawsuit: A Teachable Moment for Nonprofits

The Trump Foundation case highlights just how important it is for all nonprofits to fully understand what 501(c)(3)s can and cannot do in an election year.

Nikhil Pillai

Justice Kennedy is retiring, now what?

Justice Anthony Kennedy has announced that he will retire from the Supreme Court effective July 31, 2018. This will provide President Trump a second opportunity to nominate a justice to the Supreme Court, likely an ultra-conservative in the mold of Neil Gorsuch. As Supreme Court justices serve for life, every issue – reproductive rights, immigration, marriage equality, gun control, employment rights, education, criminal justice, the environment – is at stake. If you are a 501(c)(3) public charity, you can weigh in on and advocate for or against judicial nominees.

Leslie Barnes

New Resource: LGBTQ Advocacy Toolkit

Alliance for Justice is proud to stand with members of the LGBTQ community and supports their advocacy for justice and full equality. Today we are releasing a toolkit with tips and examples of advocacy for nonprofits working on equality issues.