Informed Voters - Build Nonprofit Futures

Every election is determined by the people who show up. So...don't show up alone! Bring your colleagues, supporters, uncles, cousins, dog walkers, childhood friends, and every stakeholder you have to the ballot box to vote for your mission. This is how you begin creating a more just, equitable world—in a nonpartisan way.

Start now to gather supporters and engage them to turn out for you and your mission on November 3, 2020. 

Our work—striving to fulfill our missions—is affected by elected officials. You can leverage your impact on policy makers by encouraging voters to make informed choices at the ballot box. These votes make your work easier—and our communities stronger. So, get a move on and register today for Informed Voters - Build Nonprofit Futures

You’ll leave energized and confident in your ability to  

  • Stay within the legal limits of nonprofit election participation, 

  • Conduct voter registration drives, 

  • Conduct candidate surveys and score cards, 

  • Hold candidate town halls, and 

  • Get out the vote.  

Elections affect your nonprofit’s future. Begin shaping that future now. 

Date: August 20, 2020 
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm
Location: Zoom Platform 
Registration: Free for UNAMembers/$10 for everyone else


Guest Speaker: Hope Zitting-Goeckeritz, Executive Director of Voterise.

Hope has dedicated her life to public service and community engagement. Born a proud Utah native, Hope has traveled around the world to pursue her life calling of education and advocacy.

In 2017, Hope relocated to Washington, D.C. to work for the Third Congressional District of Utah on various legislative affairs and national policy. In 2018, Hope moved to London to work for a Member of Parliament in the British Parliament, wherein she studied potential effects of Brexit while successfully developing and passing a constitutional amendment to increase government accountability. Thereafter, Hope moved back to her home state and worked for the City of South Jordan in community development, collaborating with appointed officials and departments to maintain and stimulate sensible economic growth within the city. 

Perfectly aligning with Voterise's mission, Hope is devoted to advocating for extensive voter education, supporting inclusive legislation and encouraging underrepresented groups to participate in politics. She firmly believes that each vote has an impact, big and small, on every single individual. 

 

When
August 20th, 2020 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
Location
Webinar
UT
Contact
Phone: (801)596-1800  ext. 2
Email:
Event Fee(s) - UNA Members: Please log in to see member discount
Registration Fee $ 10.00