Advocacy remains one of the most important ways to affect systemic change and work towards achieving our social missions. Join Health Forward Foundation and Nonprofit Connect as we continue to explore what it takes to build a strong ecosystem to support nonprofit advocacy in part two of our three-part series.
Session 2: Advocacy Up Close (A Case Study)
This second session is ideal for nonprofit staff, board members, and community activists ready to see successful examples of how philanthropy and nonprofits partner together to create policy change. Funders are also welcome at this session.
Join Heartland Center for Jobs and Freedom and KC Tenants to learn what it takes for nonprofits to create policy change. This step-by-step case study will show what worked, lessons learned, and the importance of collaboration in advocacy efforts.
Please stay tuned for Session 3 to participate in a candid conversation with Health Forward Foundation about what community activists and nonprofit organizations need to increase advocacy efforts:
Session 3: Solving Barriers to Nonprofit and Grassroots Advocacy (A Listening Session)
This is a program of The Effective Nonprofit Series and a partnership with Health Forward Foundation. Health Forward Foundation works every day to support and build inclusive, powerful, and healthy communities characterized by racial equity and economically just systems.
The Heartland Center for Jobs and Freedom creates opportunities for workers to learn and exercise their rights, realize their collective power, and develop the leadership skills necessary to advocate for a racially and economically just society.
KC Tenants is the citywide tenant union in Kansas City, an organization led by a multiracial, multigenerational base of poor and working class tenants in Kansas City. KC Tenants organizes to ensure that everyone in KC has a safe, accessible, and truly affordable home.
Tenants of Kansas City: KC Tenants has your back.
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