Private Foundations Engaging in Direct Advocacy Amid Disaster

As government officials around the globe work to respond to public health and economic emergencies, it is essential that they hear from the communities hardest hit by crises. This resource is geared towards private foundations that want to speak out directly on relief efforts and lift up proposals their grantees and communities have developed.

Although private foundations cannot lobby themselves, they can engage in many policy activities that are not defined by the IRS as lobbying. This factsheet contains a few tips for those private foundations that want to join sign-on letters, leverage relationships with decision-makers, and engage in direct advocacy themselves.

Now is the time for bold voices and bold solutions.


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