Children’s hospitals may access tools and legal guidance to build and strengthen their issue advocacy capacity, as well as engage their communities on behalf of children before the local, state and federal legislatures.
Children's hospitals are encouraged to use these materials as they advocate with federal and state policymakers to protect Medicaid's funding, ...
Encourage your members of Congress to support the ACE Kids Act of 2017, S. 428.
Children's hospitals can remind members of Congress of the importance of the ACE Kids Act by engaging in these advocacy activities.
These suggested guidelines are designed to give children’s hospitals a framework to engage audiences and accomplish their mission by using social ...
Access presentations and handouts from the meeting.
Be a Champion for Children's Health is an advocate's guide to getting involved in legislative advocacy at a local, state and national level.
This memo answers questions hospital staff may have regarding activities during an election year.
This memo describes the permissible activities regarding visits to children’s hospitals by elected officials.
This memo summarizes legal restrictions on the lobbying activities of non-profit organizations (as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal ...
This memo summarizes the legal restrictions that will apply when Children’s Hospital Association member hospitals interact with employees of the ...
This memo outlines federal lobbying reporting requirements.
This memo provides guidance on the gift rules and lists the exceptions for lobbyists and organizations that hire lobbyists.
Guidelines for how a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and individuals employed by these organizations may engage in political activities.
Guidelines for hosting non-partisan candidate and voter education activities by 501(c)(3) organizations.
This memo outlines key elements of the revised guidance member hospitals should review before filing their LD-2 Lobbying Activity Reports and LD-203 ...
These guidelines are designed to assist children’s hospital CEOs navigate the regulations governing permissible election year activities.
This memo outlines disclosure rules for events that honor or recognize covered legislative or executive branch officials.
This memo outlines the guidelines on the financial and operating independence rules that govern independent political action committees.
Use these materials to communicate with your members of Congress and build support in your local community to encourage your representative to ...
Health care for more than 30 million children – 40 percent of all U.S. kids – on Medicaid is at risk. Tell your U.S. senators to vote “No” on the Better Care Reconciliation Act!
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