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Wondering what’s happening with state and federal policies that will impact your organization? Colorado Nonprofit Association makes it easy to stay in the loop.

Understand and Follow Important 2018 Bills

In 2018, we have taken positions supporting the following bills. Visit the webpage to learn more about these policies, show your support, and contact your legislators:

HB 18-1013 Colorado Nonprofit Sustainability Act

1013 Sign-on Letter

Keep up with the Colorado General Assembly by finding out more about the key bills on our public policy agenda for Colorado’s nonprofit community. On our 2018 Legislative Session webpage, you can access information about our key state bills and view our bill tracker for the latest updates.  

2018 Legislative Session Page

After the session concludes, we post a report with the outcomes of all relevant bills.

2017 Legislative Session Report

Get Savvy about the Legislature

Each year, we offer a training to help nonprofits build relationships with their state legislators, learn how to navigate the Capitol, and build their advocacy program.

2018 Day at the Capitol

Get Public Policy Updates

Read updates on public policy issues in our periodic Advocacy & Legal News email. We provide information and send action alerts to engage nonprofits in the most pivotal issues facing our state and sector. 

Get Policy Email Updates

Download Your Advocacy Toolkit

Colorado Nonprofit Association has created a free toolkit to boost your organization's advocacy prowess. The rules and best practices for 501(c)(3)s regarding legislative advocacy, media, and voter engagement can be a little foggy. Our toolkit breaks down your opportunities as well as gives pointers on how to effectively work with public officials and the media.

Download the Toolkit

Get Your Board Involved

Find out more about Stand for Your Mission - a national effort to get more board members involved in nonprofit advocacy.

More Resources

To learn more about any of these resources, contact Mark Turner, Senior Director of Public Policy.