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Bolder Advocacy: What can nonprofits do in an election year?

April 16 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Unlock the power of advocacy with our comprehensive guide tailored for nonprofits. Discover the distinctive roles of 501(c)(3)s, 501(c)(4)s, unions, and political organizations in shaping policy. Navigate election years with confidence, ensuring your advocacy efforts remain steadfast. Learn the ropes of conducting nonpartisan voter registration and lawful get-out-the-vote initiatives.

Discussion topics

  • Characteristics of Nonprofits: the different advocacy roles of 501(c)(3)s, 501(c)(4)s, unions, and political organizations; 
  • How you can continue to advocate for your issues during election years;   
  • How you can conduct nonpartisan voter registration and ensure get-out-the-vote efforts are conducted legally; 
  • How staff and volunteers’ partisan activities in their personal time can be kept separate from their activities on behalf of the organization; and  (not on the flyer…add, or mention in social media) 
  • How your nonprofit can take advantage of social media while staying in compliance with laws that govern advocacy. 


Healing Politics is pleased to host Sarah Efthymiou, Senior Counsel for the Bolder Advocacy Program at the Alliance for Justice.

Sarah Efthymiou serves as Senior Counsel for the Bolder Advocacy Program at Alliance for Justice. In her role, she provides technical assistance, resources, and training to help nonprofit advocates understand their rights and abilities to advocate, lobby, engage in election related activities, and fund advocacy. 



April 16
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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