Advocacy

Getting politicians to agree to agree is hard enough, but how do nonprofit advocates get those same politicians to act on their agreement rather than remaining entrenched, and immobile, because of...

When Members of Congress meet real people doing real things, the impact on policies and laws affecting real life can be profound.

Regular readers of Nonprofit Advocacy Matter know that each edition closes with a story of nonprofits marshalling their advocacy rights and powers to advance their missions.

The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) did something interesting at its annual gathering of members.

Nonprofits are finding more and more innovative ways to engage with state-level lawmakers to build relationships and advance mission-based policy concerns.

Changing the rules halfway through the game and not defining those new rules creates an unfair playing board for everyone involved – the referees, the players, and the spectators.

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