- June 15 - Advocacy 101: Legal Boundaries and Opportunities
- June 17 - Building Powerful Advocacy Movements: Crisis and Opportunity
- June 23 - Exploring Your Foundation’s Role in Advocacy: From Board to Boots on the Ground
*Advocacy 101: Boundaries and Opportunities is a prerequisite for those who are new to philanthropic policy advocacy. The second and third sessions require a understanding of these fundamentals.
True or false:
- It’s permissible for your foundation to make grants that are used for public policy or legal advocacy
- A 501 (h) election allows your foundation to take a stance on a piece of legislation
- Administrative lobbying is subject to all the same rules as legislative lobbying
- Private foundations may fund 501(c)(4) organizations
The answers to these and many other questions may surprise you. And, if they do, you may be missing out on a strategy that can advance your foundation's goals. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn what you need to know about the ins-and-outs — and what's licit and what's not — about using or funding advocacy to further your foundation’s work.
- Kenneth Austin, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Wallace Foundation
- Sean Delany, Executive Director, Lawyers Alliance for New York
All interested funders.
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