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This 30-minute presentation discusses the differences between education, advocacy, and lobbying; and what foundations and nonprofits are legally allowed to do.
Watch as we discuss priorities as legislators draft the two-year state budget.
As Indiana ranks consistently among the bottom 10 states for voter registration, in this webinar you will learn how to engage your networks to further the effort in voter registration, turnout, and civic literacy.
Advocacy efforts, including lobbying, are critically important to the success of many nonprofits. Advocacy by 501(c)(3) organizations is legal, as long as your organization follows the rules. Of course, like other work your organization does, advocacy requires financial support. There are many ways in which you can raise money for advocacy, including fundraising events, membership dues, individual donations, and grants from public or private foundations.