Quick is a short version of the Advocacy Capacity Tool (ACT) that is designed to be completed in less than 15 minutes. Completing this tool provides an overview of your organization or coalition’s current capacity – or readiness – to engage in advocacy work."
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Board members — as influential community leaders — can help increase the likelihood of your nonprofit’s success by engaging in advocacy...#boardroles #advocacy
This case study provides a useful framework for thinking about how to tap into "pathways of influence" for your advocacy campaign. #advocacy
While 501(c)(3) organizations may continue to engage in education and advocacy to promote their issues during the election season, they are strictly prohibited from supporting or opposing candidates for public office
501(c)(3) organizations may engage in many forms of advocacy, including nonpartisan election-related activity