Can't attend the live event on September 13th? No problem, buy the recorded program before the 13th and we'll give you a discount.
Nonprofits should consider every year an election year. And every session of the Congress, state legislature, or local government offers the possibility of public policy change that can significantly affect the work of nonprofit organizations.
Therefore, nonprofits are concerned about what they may and may not do to influence elections and public policy. This webinar will discuss those issues with particular emphasis on the limitations on lobbying and electioneering by charities. It will also offer practical advice on setting up relationships with legislators so that your voice can be heard when an issue is pending that can affect your work.
Nonprofit Issues® editor Don Kramer will discuss how charities can lose their federal income tax exemption if they participate in political campaigns at any level.
He will also discuss how charities may take positions on legislative issues and why they may not be doing their job if they fail to do so. What counts as "lobbying" under the federal regulations? Do they have to worry about lobbying registration requirements?
If your organization, your clients, or your issues are affected by public policy, you will want to participate in this webinar.
We will provide background materials to elaborate on the discussion. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists during and after the presentation. Any number of persons may participate at the same location for the same low price.
What is a webinar? A webinar is primarily a telephone conference call. We'll send you a phone number and access code to join the program. You can participate alone or gather people around your conference phone and ask your questions. In addition to the audio portion, you can also follow along on-line as we review a PowerPoint presentation.
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