Opportunities for Supporting Voter Engagement as a 501(c)(3) Social Justice Organization

Join FRAC, Coalition on Human Needs, National Low Income Housing Coalition, and NETWORK for the next webinar in a series that is focused on elevating ideas on how and why 501(c)(3) organizations can support — in nonpartisan ways that are mission-aligned — voter registration, voter mobilization, and voting.

  • Identify strategies, tools, and resources that social justice organizations can use to support this vital work, especially in the time of COVID-19 when people and organizations are particularly stretched from responding to unprecedented needs.
  • Learn about activities ranging from social media to voter registration that your organization can take part in.
  • Get access to free and easy-to-use resources that you and your organization can use in this work.

This webinar is hosted by the Coalition on Human Needs, Food Research & Action Center, National Low Income Housing Coalition, and NETWORK. It is the second in a series of webinars for 501(c)(3) organizations on permissible election-related activities.

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Date Presented:
September 01, 2020 3:00 PM Eastern
1 hour
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