Public Policy & Advocacy

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Foundation Advocacy Grants: What Grantees Need to Know

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. 

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Lifting Voices: Increasing Civic Engagement Through Creative Community Convening

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In this webinar you'll hear from foundations who have played an important role in community convening and have used this role to improve civic engagement in their communities. 

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Alliance for Justice

AFJ works to ensure that the federal judiciary advances core constitutional values, preserves human rights and unfettered access to the courts, and adheres to the even-handed administration of justice for all Americans. It is the leading expert on the legal framework for nonprofit advocacy efforts, providing definitive information, resources, and technical assistance that encourages organizations and their funding partners to fully exercise their right to be active participants in the democratic process.

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The Building Blocks of Policy Work

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This page includes resources shared at IPA's The Building Blocks of Public Policy workshop. This workshop was designed to help attendees learn why and how philanthropy should be involved in public policy and advocacy. 

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Policy
12
Jan
Indiana Legislative Preview
Webinar
Policy
22
Mar
2022 Foundations on the Hill
Virtual Meeting

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