FAQs: Election-Related Activities and 501(c)(3) Public Charities

501(c)(3) public charities can and should be advocates for change. Public charities can express opposition to laws, they can work towards change, and they can get out the vote. They are often in the best position to advocate on behalf of those they work tirelessly to serve every day in order to bring about a more just and equitable community. This article aims to address common questions 501(c)(3) public charities have about what they can and cannot do in terms of election-related activity.

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