Tell Congress Not to Make Nonprofits Political Tools
Congress is finally getting serious about federal tax reform – the #1 priority of the majority in Congress – and the ability of charitable nonprofits, houses of worship, and foundations to stay out of partisan politics is under attack.
Join us on Monday, October 30, as we call and tweet Idaho's representatives and ask them to keep politics away from all nonprofit missions.
Call Congressmen Labrador and Simpson
Please take three minutes on Monday, Oct. 30, to call your U.S. Representative and deliver this simple message:
Tweet it Out
Copy and paste into Twitter on Monday, Oct. 30:
Click here to learn more about the Johnson Amendment, why it matters, and the Idaho Nonprofit Center's policy to the legislation.
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