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WORKSHOP: Advocate Bolder and Wiser Than Ever Before on Oct. 31

Posted Oct 04, 2017 12:45 PM
Nonprofits have a responsibility to stand up for changes that benefit the community interests they serve. Imagine how different our state would look if every nonprofit engaged in advocacy to advance public understanding of their issue and to galvanize action by city, county, state, and federal legislators!

On Oct. 31, 2017, in partnership with Win/Win Network, an organization that mobilizes like-minded individuals and nonprofits to create social change, we are providing a two-part workshop with the national experts at Alliance for Justice on what your advocacy rights are as nonprofit organizations. Think you can't do advocacy because you're a nonprofit? Think again!

This is made possible thanks to support from the Campion Advocacy Fund.

You can register for only the morning or only the afternoon, or both - depending on what your organization plans to do in terms of advocacy and forming partnerships.

Bolder & Wiser: Nonprofit Advocacy Rights
Tuesday, Oct. 31

Part 1: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Part 2: 12:45 to 3:45 p.m.
Pacific Tower (8th floor Panoramic Center) – 1200 12th Ave. S, Seattle, WA
See driving and parking directions

Sara Matlin, Bilingual Counsel, from the Alliance for Justice’s Bolder Advocacy Initiative will lead the workshop. the four parts:


  • Worry-Free LobbyingLegal Tips for Nonprofits - Learn what counts as lobbying, your lobbying limit, and how to make the most out of your power to impact policymakers.
  • Nonpartisan Advocacy in Partisan Times – Gain a better understanding of how to engage in public policy activism
  • Lunch and Networking – You provide the conversation. We’ll provide the lunch!
Afternoon: Stronger Together: Coalitions and Affiliated 501(c)(3)s and 501(c)(4)s Organizations The afternoon session is for those of you who are collaborating with a 501c(4), union, or political organization or are considering doing this.

Questions about either workshop? Contact to get them answered.