We Need a Budget that Supports Nonprofits

The legislature is headed into special session to deal with the state budget crisis – and we need your help! We need you to continue to pressure the legislature until the budget is passed to:
  • 1.   Make sure that funding to nonprofits remains a priority; and,
  • 2.   Remind legislators that moving some state-operated human services to nonprofits can save as much as $300 million over the biennium – money that can be used to fund nonprofit programs and services. #ForAllofUs

Stay tuned for additional information on how you can best help get the message to legislators. Thank you again for all your help, time and energy throughout the legislative session.

Contact Your Legislator

The Alliance is pleased to have a new way for the nonprofit community to get its message to decision-makers at both the state and national level.

Throughout the year we will create campaigns on this page that will enhance your ability to communicate directly with state legislators, state constitutional officers and the federal delegation in a simple way.

More than just email, the new tool will allow you to contact your legislators through social media as a way to build support. We’ll provide background information, draft template messages, and alert you to key times for action.

It’s an easy way to be heard. We encourage you to try it today!

 

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I/DD Division

July 25 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Member Events

To help create greater awareness of nonprofit work in our communities, and to facilitate nonprofits collaborating and supporting each other. The Alliance is proud to highlight events held by member organizations.

 

News

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State-Funded Rehab Center Faces Uncertain Future Without Budget By Daniela Altimari | July 17, 2017 At 27, Catherine Kriss had an apartment of her own and a job she loved at an insurance brokerage firm. But she was unable to quiet the paranoia that increasingly overtook her thoughts; eventually, she lost her job and her… Read more »

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