Abby Levine | February 25, 2021
This year, every state must draw new legislative districts to reflect population changes. Even though the Census Bureau is still processing data, this once every decade redistricting process is already underway in many states. This why Bolder Advocacy is glad to share two new redistricting resources free to download right now: Mapping the Future: the Redistricting Process for Private Foundations… Read More
Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort | December 31, 2020
2020 has been a tough and tumultuous year for all of us. While it was a year marked with political unrest, a global pand...
Jen Powis | December 29, 2020
As 2020 finally comes to a close, we wanted to say thank you. The nonprofit advocacy community is strong, diverse, and committed to equity and social justice. During a year when so many nonprofits worked from home and fought for our community in new and unique ways, Bolder Advocacy was… Read More
Leslie BarnesJen PowisShyaam Subramanian | December 2, 2020
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/rulesofthegame/ROTG-advancing-policy.mp3 Now that elections are “mostly” behind us, we wanted to turn our attention to lobbying for policy changes no matter where you are or what project you work on. Our attorneys for this episode: Leslie Barnes Jen Powis Shyaam… Read More
| November 3, 2020
Most 501(c)(3) organizations are familiar with the restrictions that prohibit 501(c)(3)s from supporting or opposing any...
Shyaam Subramanian | November 3, 2020
Nonprofits can engage in numerous activities related to voting. However, they must ensure their activities are nonpartisan—meaning they cannot support or oppose candidates. As organizations start to learn election results, they may want to speak out on a range of issues, from election integrity, to letting their supporters know what… Read More