Skip to main content

Nonprofit Advocacy Survival Guide

Nonprofit Advocacy Survival Guide cover
Resource

Nonprofit Advocacy Survival Guide

Trying to spark change and advance policy priorities, even in a small way, can be challenging for any nonprofit organization. But your voice matters, and it deserves to be heard by decision-makers. By engaging in advocacy, you can create the change you want to see in the world.

If you’re not sure where to get started, Imagine Canada and Keela have teamed up to bring you a handy list of advocacy resources. This Survival Guide includes:

  • Alliance-building resources
  • MP outreach resources
  • Digital advocacy resources

 

DOWNLOAD THE RESOURCE

Language
Opt-in for communications
Parc national des hautes gorges de la rivière malbaie
Related blog post

In Indigenous nonprofit governance, values matter more than tools

With the implementation of the Gradual Civilization and Gradual Enfranchisement sections of the Indian Act in 1876, Indigenous peoples across Canada have continually faced racism, discrimination, exploitation, and domination. The Act, designed for the purpose of assimilating Indigenous communities into the dominant system and eradicating any traditional ways of life, is a continual source of trauma, impoverishment, and a detriment to the social fabric of Indigenous communities, Nations, and families.

Rachelle Dallaire (Guest Author)

Related Resource

Standards Gap Analysis Tool