Thursday, March 28 | 2pm ET | 1pm CT | 12pm MT | 11am PT
How can philanthropy make the case for funding advocacy to end homelessness? Uncertain whether you can fund grantees that lobby? What’s philanthropy’s role in educating new members of Congress on housing and homelessness issues? Can philanthropy support local ballot initiative work?
Funders Together is partnering with Alliance for Justice to answer these questions and more! We'll also hear from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation on how the Foundation is focusing on advocacy and policy work, including lifting up voices of lived experience.
This session covers:
- Reasons for philanthropy to support advocacy and policy work;
- Definitions of lobbying, and activities that are exceptions to the definitions of lobbying, including those which are permissible for private foundations;
- Rules for private and public foundation grants to nonprofits that lobby, including general support, specific project, and multi-year grants;
- How funders can educate and inform incoming Congressional leader on issues that affect housing and homelessness policy; and
- Supporting local efforts, such as ballot initiatives and narrative change campaigns.
View our previous webinar with Alliance for Justice, Advocacy 101 for Funders
Please note: This webinar is only open to members of Funders Together, private funders, United Ways, and philanthropy-serving organizations. If you have questions about participating, please contact Stephanie Chan, Director of Membership and Programs, at [email protected]
If you are not logged into the Funders Together website, times are in eastern time. If you are logged in, time should reflect your current time zone.
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