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Heather Burke | July 23, 2018
501(c)(3): Una sección del Código de Impuestos Internos (Internal Revenue Code) que provee una exención al impuesto de ingreso federal para organizaciones que dedican sus recursos a actividades educativas, religiosas, científicas o benéficas. Las contribuciones a una organización 501(c)(3) pueden ser deducibles de los impuestos federales del contribuyente. Se prohíbe estrictamente… Read More

The Day After

Jasmine Newman | November 4, 2020   Our attorneys for this episode: Leslie Barnes  Tim Mooney  Natalie Ossenfort   Show Notes 501(c)(3) public charities and private foundations could engage in the following activities… Read More

Election Series Part 1: Pre-Election Advocacy 

Ryann Alonso | October 15, 2020   On this episode, we discuss the unprecedented election–year challenges we face and the ways all nonprofits can help ensure a safe election. As trusted messengers, nonprofits can explain voting options and deadlines; encourage absentee voting … Read More

Some Do’s and Don’ts for c3s Weighing in on the Supreme Court Vacancy

Ryann Alonso | September 23, 2020
Weighing in on Supreme Court Nominees 501(c)(3) public charities are legally allowed to influence the Senate confirmation of a Supreme Court justice. The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) has recognized that influencing the confirmation of federal judges is exactly like influencing any other legislative vote through lobbying. “Because the Senate’s action… Read More

Advocating on Judicial Nominations

Jasmine Newman | September 23, 2020   We are deeply saddened by the loss of one of the greatest jurists of our lifetime. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion for a just and free society, as an advocate, an attorney and a Supreme Court Justice. She is irreplaceable, but someone… Read More