Join United Philanthropy Forum and Nonprofit Vote for the release of the NEW Philanthropy for Voter Engagement Toolkit!
The 2024 election is just around the corner and foundations across the country are exploring ways to support their communities to participate in the upcoming election. Nonprofit VOTE is releasing the second edition of the Philanthropy for Voter Engagement Toolkit which includes tips, best practices, and case studies for foundations to explore voter engagement.
This webinar hosted by United Philanthropy Forum will feature this new toolkit and feature panelists who will help demystify, offer specific examples, and answer questions about ways private and community foundations can support and bolster voter engagement in their communities.
- Matthew L. Evans, United Philanthropy Forum
- Brian Miller and Angie Jean-Marie, Nonprofit Vote
- Tryphena Clarke, Ruth Mott Foundation
- Deborah Schachter, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Whether your mission is healthier environments, improving social determinants of health, or increased investment in arts education, foundations have a role to play to build a more inclusive and equitable democracy and ensure local communities are heard in our democratic process.
Join us to explore strategies and tactics to ensure that our voters reflect our communities to achieve our shared goals of healthier, thriving, and equitable communities.
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Audience: Forum members and their members, nonprofits, and foundation leaders