Taxonomy Archives: 501(c)(3)


We Resolve…

Natalie Roetzel OssenfortLeslie BarnesTim Mooney | January 4, 2022
Is your nonprofit ready for 2022? Here are our Top 10 nonprofit New Year’s Resolutions for the exciting year to come....

Maximizing Your Advocacy

| December 15, 2021
This guide helps nonprofit leaders maximize their advocacy by granting unused lobbying capacity from a (c)(3) to a (c)(4...

Nonprofits’ Role in January 6th Investigations and Response

Tim Mooney | November 17, 2021
The endgame of presidential elections used to be pretty straightforward. Congress plays a more-ceremonial-than-substantive role counting each state’s certified electoral college delegates. The candidate who won more than 270 electoral votes officially wins and the new President gets sworn in on January 20th. But was, of course, very different. The… Read More

¡Una nueva colección de recursos para activistas hispanohablantes!

Sara Matlin | September 30, 2021
Acabamos de actualizar algunos de nuestras hojas informativas más populares en español, y ahora son aún más accesibles y fáciles de leer. Nos alegra ofrecer los siguientes recursos: Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro sí pueden cabildear: Cómo medir sus límites de cabildeo Esta hoja informativa explica como las… Read More

Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro sí pueden cabildear

| September 28, 2021
Las organizaciones de beneficencia pública 501(c)(3) — incluyendo entidades religiosas y fundaciones públicas — pueden influir audazmente en la legislación. De hecho, el código tributario federal establece específicamente que las organizaciones de beneficencia pública “pueden cabildear libremente” dentro de límites generosos especificados. Esta hoja informativa se enfoca en cómo las… Read More

¿Qué se considera cabildeo bajo la elección 501(h)?

| September 28, 2021
Organizaciones de beneficencia pública 501(c)(3) pueden cabildear. La ley federal tributario controla la cantidad de cabildeo que pueden realizar. Las organizaciones pueden optar por calcular su actividad de cabildeo ya sea bajo la “prueba de la parte insustancial” o la “prueba de gastos 501(h)”. Aunque el cabildeo no está claramente… Read More

Building Effective Coalitions

Tim MooneyJen PowisRonnie Pawelko | July 14, 2021   On this episode, we chat about working in coalitions — one of the most effective ways for advocacy organizations to share and maximize resources to make real policy change. We go over five things to consider as you… Read More

Does Your Nonprofit Have a Donation Page? Here’s What You Need to Know

Tim Mooney | July 9, 2021
Almost every nonprofit’s website has a donation page, but have you ever noticed the content varies a lot? Some mention federal and state laws, some don’t. Some talk about tax-deductibility, others leave it a mystery. It turns out, while there is a lot of flexibility in how you word your… Read More

Combatting Voter Suppression and Election Subversion: What Your Nonpro

Tim Mooney | June 25, 2021
More Americans voted in 2020 than any previous election, with the highest percentage of eligible voters participating since 1960. This historic turnout is made all the more impressive considering that it occurred in the middle of a pandemic. Nonprofits played a critical role in making this happen through voter… Read More