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Advocacy Resources

Advocacy is caring about your nonprofit’s mission. Most people think that advocacy and lobbying are synonymous. Lobbying is a form of advocacy, but there are so many more ways to advocate for your nonprofit’s mission. 

HOW TO ADVOCATE

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ATTEND OUR ANNUAL ADVOCACY DAY
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MAKE YOUR RESOURCES READILY AVAILABLE FOR OTHERS
Every nonprofit organization should have resources that provide information about how to help. It’s vital that these resources are readily available and easy to access through the organization’s website. With accessible information, people are more likely to promote the organization and advocate for its mission.
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MAKE IT SIMPLE TO VOLUNTEER
By making it simple to volunteer, nonprofit organizations allow people to easily gain insight into the mission and spread it throughout the community. As more people work with the group, the increased volunteer support helps fulfill the organization’s goals and grow awareness.
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HOST PROGRAMS AND JOIN EVENTS
As a nonprofit organization, it’s important to host programs and join events that encourage community involvement. Through these events, nonprofits gain beneficial exposure throughout the area. This involvement helps others discover the organization and reinforces its mission.
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SEEK SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERS
Having sponsors and partners is extremely beneficial for these nonprofit organizations. Sponsors boost credibility and create a sense of trust between the volunteers, community and organization. In advocating the mission of a nonprofit, partners help to make this possible. Partners connect the organization to a wide array of people, upholding the function of the nonprofit and helping it achieve its goals.

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