This webinar is a recording of our March 2022 training with Alliance for Justice. It provides guidance on what funders need to know from both the state and federal level, helps gain a clear understanding of the kinds of advocacy activities your foundation can safely engage in, and discuss best practices for grantmaking to give your grantees the most flexibility under the law for their advocacy efforts.
Funders and Advocacy: What You Need To Know Webinar
Navigating Legal, Public Policy and Ethical Issues in Philanthropy Resources
Access resources from Navigating Legal, Public Policy and Ethical Issues in Philanthropy
America Gives More Act
Public Policy information for Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) members about the America Gives More Act. Resources includes the CCP's letters to elected officials including Senators Blumenthal and Murphy.
PowerCheck: Community Organizing Capacity Tool
"PowerCheck: a tool for assessing community organizing capacity" is a free online tool that makes it easy for nonprofits, evaluators, and funders to assess capacity to engage in community organizing, plan successfully, and track progress over time.
The Elusive Craft of Evaluating Advocacy
The political process is chaotic and often takes years to unfold, making it difficult to use traditional measures to evaluate the effectiveness of advocacy organizations. There are, however, unconventional methods one can use to evaluate advocacy organizations and make strategic investments in that arena.
Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund Receives $200,000 Hartford Foundation Grant to Support Bilingual Legal Advocacy Services
Monday, March 18, 2019