Good Trouble Part 2

Yes, nonprofits can lobby and advocate - in fact they should do it.  In this webinar, learn more about how to implement the plans you have created, and help decision-makers learn what you know about your community

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  • FRI
    17 FEB
  • 09:00 AM
17 February 2023 Friday, 09:00 AM CST

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Nonprofits can no longer simply serve their communities.
Now we have to DEFEND them

Nonprofits have a responsibility to represent the interests of the people and communities they serve through public education, public policy advocacy, and by engaging in the public affairs of the community.

In this second of the two part series you will continue:  

Learning what is legal

Brush up on your knowledge of what the law allows you to do in the public arena

Find out what you CAN do

Learn the dos and don'ts of advocacy

Hear about what has worked

Examine real-life examples of nonprofit policy work

Find out how to start

Explore ways in which you can engage in state and local policy work.

Geet feedback

Bring in your plan and get reactions to it.


Martha Collins is an experienced human and civil rights activist.  For nearly two decades, she has fought on the front lines to enhance the lives of low-income children, families and communities throughout Wisconsin.  

Martha is Co-Founder of the Nonprofit Academy of Wisconsin.  She also serves as a Commissioner with the City of Milwaukee Equal Rights Commission and is the former State Director with 9to5 Wisconsin, which is one of the largest, most respected national membership organizations dedicated to putting working women’s issues on the public agenda.  Now she is a Licensed Consultant with the Standards for Excellence and is a member of the NAWi Advisory Committee!

Martha Collins

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