Date: June 3, 2020

Time: 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET

Location: Webinar

Price: $30.00

Speaker(s) name & organization: Priya Morganstern, Esq. and Maurice K. Segall, Esq., Pro Bono Partnership

Date: June 3, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM  to  1:30 PM

Thank you for your interest in “Take it to the Streets: Lobbying and Political Activity for Nonprofits.”  Because we are all coping with more urgent issues related to the global health crisis, we have decided to postpone this webinar to Wednesday, June 3 (originally scheduled for April 7).

To say that these are interesting political times would be an understatement!  Many of us feel that we need to take action and create change to best serve our clients and our communities.  What can your organization do to achieve those changes, as it relates to new laws, regulations or political leaders? Know the rules so you can maximize your impact.

Topics Will Include

  • The important distinctions between lobbying, electoral activities, and political campaign activity
  • How much lobbying is permissible
  • What constitutes forbidden political campaign activity
  • Types of election-related activities your organization can engage in
  • And more!

Speakers

Priya Morganstern, Esq., Connecticut Program Director, Pro Bono Partnership

Maurice K. Segall, Esq., New York and Fairfield County, CT Program Director, Pro Bono Partnership

Registration

Register below. Each registered attendee will receive a recording of this webinar after the webinar is completed.

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Thank you for your interest in “Take it to the Streets: Lobbying and Political Activity for Nonprofits.”  Because we are all coping with more urgent issues related to the global health crisis, we have decided to postpone this webinar to Wednesday, June 3 (originally scheduled for April 7).