Sponsored by Meyer Memorial Trust
Not sure how to make the case for funding advocacy? Uncertain whether you can fund grantees that lobby? Wondering whether your public or private foundation can speak out on a particular issue? This training answers these questions and more! This session for both public and private foundations covers:
- Activities that constitute advocacy and public policy work
- Various advocacy roles for foundations
- Definitions of lobbying
- Activities that are exceptions to the definitions of lobbying, including those which are permissible by private foundations
- Rules for private and public foundation grants to nonprofits that lobby, including general support and specific project grants
- Grant agreement language that permits support for policy work
- Engaging in and supporting nonpartisan election-related activities
- Tools for evaluating advocacy
Join us for a training on advocacy basics for funders from the Alliance for Justice. Members of GRANTMAKERS are also invited to attend the Nonprofit Association of Oregon’s Annual Meeting luncheon directly before the training.
Location: Eliot Center @ First Unitarian Church | Room A108 | 1226 SW Salmon, Portland, OR 97205
$45.00 Members | $75 Non-Members
Current members must be logged in to our site in order to register. If you have not set up a username and password, you can do so at gosw.org/membership-registration.
Our programs are open to our members and to anyone who meets our membership criteria. If you are not currently a member but qualify and would like to attend, please contact us at email@example.com for registration assistance.