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Charity Therapy

Nov 2, 2023

In this episode of Charity Therapy, Meghan and I are diving into the nitty-gritty of politics within the nonprofit world.

Have you ever wondered if your nonprofit can hire someone running for local office? Well, a listener recently asked us that very question, and we’re ready to tackle it head-on. We're going to peel back the layers of rules and regulations and discuss the potential hurdles and solutions around this tricky subject.

We're not stopping there, though. We'll also dive deep into the larger landscape of politics and nonprofits. From offering tips on navigating through the maze of regulations to discussing nonprofits' role in the political arena, we've got you covered. Plus, we'll be sharing stories from other listeners navigating similar challenges. Trust us, this is one heck of a conversation!

Whether you're a seasoned nonprofit pro or just starting your journey in this sector, we're here to guide you through these complex waters. Our goal is to make this episode both informative and enjoyable. And hey, who knows? You might even walk away with a couple of laughs!

Get ready for some charity therapy, pumpkin spice latte style (it's fall, after all!). Join us as we decode the fascinating world of politics within nonprofits.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • A deep-dive into whether nonprofits can hire someone running for local office

  • Pulling back the curtain on the maze of regulations around politics and nonprofits

  • The roles nonprofits can and can NOT play in the political arena

  • Insider tips to navigate these regulations with the nonprofit know-how

  • Real-life stories from listeners navigating similar challenges

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