Webinar: What Nonprofit Staff Can Do–Voter Engagement at Work & Off the Clock

Our thanks to Chris Donnelly at the Champlain Housing Trust for sharing this information via Twitter!  @chtrust used the #NPVT tag to share this great event, and we’re glad he did!  Our thanks as well to Nonprofit Vote 2012 for hosting this event and posting the information on their blog here.  Besides twitter, you can reach us by emailing coordinator@commongoodvt.org or by contacting Eli Harrington directly at 802.862.1645 x21 with news or events for us to share with the VT nonprofit community!


Separating Personal and Professional Election Work

Don’t let uncertainty keep you on the sidelines this year! There’s still time to register for Thursday’s webinar:

What Nonprofit Staff Can Do: Voter Engagement at Work and Off the Clock
Thursday June 28th, 2:00-3:00pm Eastern

Outside of work, nonprofit employees are free to volunteer for political campaigns or engage in other partisan political activities. However, it is important to make clear distinctions between personal and professional efforts, as all voter engagement activities on behalf of your nonprofit must be completely nonpartisan. Join us for a range of nonprofit staff do’s and don’ts as well as how to make transparent divisions between your nonpartisan work on the clock and your partisan activities off the clock.

Featured Presenter: George Pillsbury is the founder and Director of Nonprofit VOTE. Prior to starting Nonprofit VOTE, he founded and directed MassVOTE, as well as several foundations dedicated to community uplift. His work in the fields of philanthropy, social investing, and voter and civic participation spans three decades.


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