Policy Advocacy Tools

Policy advocacy is a critical and important activity for all nonprofits seeking to achieve lasting and meaningful change. Engaging in advocacy is an opportunity to share your priorities with the public, represent communities, advance policies, and promote funding.

However, CCVO recognizes the limited time and capacity that the nonprofit sector has to dedicate to this work. That is why we’ve put together the tools and resources below to support your organization's policy advocacy initiatives.

If you would like to see resources focused on other advocacy topics, please let us know at policy@calgarycvo.org.


 
Guide to Alberta’s Governing Party  MAY 2019

Guide to Alberta’s Governing Party

MAY 2019

Guide to Alberta’s Official Opposition  MAY 2019

Guide to Alberta’s Official Opposition

MAY 2019

UCP Platform  APRIL 2019

UCP Platform

APRIL 2019

Provincial Election Political Party Platform Analysis  APRIL 2019

Provincial Election Political Party Platform Analysis

APRIL 2019

 

 
Nonprofit Election Toolkit  MARCH 2019

Nonprofit Election Toolkit

MARCH 2019

Presentation: The Case for Nonprofit Public Policy Advocacy  MARCH 2019

Presentation: The Case for Nonprofit Public Policy Advocacy

MARCH 2019

Alberta’s Nonprofit Sector Infographic  MARCH 2019

Alberta’s Nonprofit Sector Infographic

MARCH 2019

Rules of Engagement at a Glance  MARCH 2019

Rules of Engagement at a Glance

MARCH 2019

 

 
Creating Conditions for a Successful Policy Agenda  MARCH 2019

Creating Conditions for a Successful Policy Agenda

MARCH 2019

Election Engagement Strategy Toolbox  MARCH 2019

Election Engagement Strategy Toolbox

MARCH 2019

Sample Press Release Template  MARCH 2019

Sample Press Release Template

MARCH 2019

Policy to the Point  OCTOBER 2018

Policy to the Point

OCTOBER 2018

 

 
Policy to the Point  OCTOBER 2018

Policy to the Point

OCTOBER 2018

Policy to the Point  SEPTEMBER 2018

Policy to the Point

SEPTEMBER 2018

 
 

Government Relations Resources

Click below to access municipal, provincial, or federal government department contact information, committee schedules, budget information, and current election information.