Nonprofits are among the most trusted institutions in society, which gives us a unique opportunity in advancing the social good for our communities in lots of different ways. The public’s trust makes our organizations particularly successful in promoting civic engagement and voting. Even better, research shows these activities help organizations more effectively advance their missions.
Unfortunately, uncertainty about the rules around voter engagement prevent nonprofits from embracing it as a mission-based strategy.
Join Jeremy Coffey from Perlman & Perlman and Becca Vucic from Independent Sector Tuesday, October 16 from 2-3pm ET to review the activities that public charities can engage in, and share tips on how to avoid appearing partisan. With the election right around the corner, this will be one last opportunity to leverage civic engagement activities that will bolster your mission for years to come!