Why Should nonprofits Encourage Voting?

FACT: People are more likely to vote if a NONPROFIT asks them. (Source)

FACT: People who vote are more likely to get the attention of their elected officials, regardless of how they voted. (Source)

FACT: Nonprofits legally can - and should - encourage their staff and clients to vote. (Source)

Pledged Supporters

Association of Development Officers

Child Care Council of Westchester

The Children's Village

Community Capital New York

Community Housing Innovations, Inc.

Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute

Family Services of Westchester

Family Service Society of Yonkers

Family Ties of Westchester, Inc.

Hope’s Door

Housing Action Council Inc

Hudson Valley Community Services

Leviticus Fund

Latino U College Access

Lifting Up Westchester, Inc.

Mamaroneck Public Library

My Sisters' Place

Neighbors Link

Northern Westchester Hospital

Open Door Family Medical Center

Ossining Children's Center

Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic

Pro Bono Partnership

Teens Under Construction, Inc.

The Guidance Center

The Mental Health Association of Westchester

The New York Milk Bank, Inc.

United Community Center of Westchester

Volunteer New York!

The Wartburg

Westchester Children's Association

Westchester Disabled on the Move, Inc.

Westchester Library System

Westchester Parks Foundation

Westchester Jewish Community Services

Westhab, Inc.

Women's Enterprise Development Center Inc.

Yes She Can Inc

Yonkers Partners in Education

Youth Shelter Program of Westchester

YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester


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