Solving Barriers to Nonprofit and Grassroots Advocacy (A Listening Session) | Part 3/3
Advocacy remains one of the most important ways to affect systemic change and work towards achieving our social missions. Join Health Forward Foundation and Nonprofit Connect as we continue to explore what it takes to build a strong ecosystem to support nonprofit advocacy in the final installment of our three-part series.
Session 3: Solving Barriers to Nonprofit and Grassroots Advocacy (A Listening Session)
This final session is for nonprofit staff, board members, and community activists in various stages of advocacy participation. Whether you already have a robust advocacy program or you're not yet in the arena, come ready to share your perspective about the support you need to start or grow your advocacy efforts. Funders who are interested in making grants in the advocacy space are also welcome to join this listening session.
Health Forward Foundation's Jason Williams, Principal Impact Strategist - Power, will facilitate a dynamic discussion to help solve barriers to nonprofit and grassroots advocacy.
This is a program of The Effective Nonprofit Series and a partnership with Health Forward Foundation. Health Forward Foundation works every day to support and build inclusive, powerful, and healthy communities characterized by racial equity and economically just systems.
Jason Williams - Jason joined Health Forward in 2019 and serves as the principal impact strategist in our Power purpose area. He previously served as the director of the Mary L. Kelly Center where his work focused on neighborhood transformation, active living, and youth development. Prior to his work at the Mary L. Kelly Center, Jason developed youth and senior programs at Kansas City Parks and Recreation.
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