Election Year Guidance for 501(c)(3) Organizations

Election Year Guidance for 501(c)(3) Organizations

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Saskia M. de Boer
Penny H. Serrurier
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Election Year Guidance in Brief 2020

For 501(c)(3) organizations, the primary guideline is simple: Do NOT engage in election activity at work.

The actions of nonprofit organizations are receiving both increased scrutiny and publicity. Employees and board members need to be particularly careful that they not engage in any partisan or election activities that would jeopardize your organization’s tax-exempt status.

For more guidance from our Nonprofit Team on what activities are and are not permitted, please read Election Year Guidance in Brief 2020.

Please reach out to any one of us if you are unsure about these rules or need guidance with respect to a specific communication or activity.

Click Here to Read Election Year Guidance in Brief 2020

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  • Jamie Moss (newsPRos) Media Relations w. 201.493.1027 c. 201.788.0142
  • Bree Metherall Director of Business Development 503.294.9435
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