Greater Minnesota Advocacy 101

Date: Aug 17, 2018
Time: 09:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Where:

United Community Action Partnership
1400 S Saratoga St, Marshall, MN 56258

 
Fee: Free; No Registration Required
 

Nonprofit organizations play a central role in the democratic process by providing a means for individuals to deliberate on public policies and decisions that affect them. To the extent possible, nonprofit organizations should engage constituents in public policy and advocacy activities as a means to fulfilling their missions and promoting community interests.

Wondering what you can do to advocate for the communities you serve? Come join your colleagues for a training on the rules related to nonprofit advocacy.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the role of nonprofits in advocacy
2. Nonprofits can advocate and lobby
3. Role of nonprofits in the legislative process
4. Understand what it means to be nonpartisan

For further details, sign up to receive the South Central / Southwest E-Letter. Or contact Bradley Wolfe, MCN's South Central / Southwest Minnesota Regional Coordinator.

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