What we've built so far and how we do it.
That is why a portion of all our profits go to the Ujoin Foundation.
We're creating Ujoin Foundation to be the educational, nonprofit arm to our social benefit company. Ujoin Foundation will provide free educational opportunities for citizens, NGOs, youth, students and small businesses to understand public interest lobbying rights, best advocacy practices, and solutions for success in passing or defeating new laws.
Helping you know your rights and use them wisely.
Many 501c3 nonprofit organizations operate believing they are not allowed to advocate for legislation. This simply is not true. These groups are allowed to meet with legislators to educate them about different bills as much as they would like. When it comes to asking politicians to vote one way or another on legislation, most 501c3 organizations are allowed to lobby. Click here for more info on 501(c)(3) lobbying rules.
We know the laws around advocacy can be confusing, and because of that, most groups "play it safe" and do not utilize their full rights to lobby. We want to help simplify and demystify these rules so that both nonprofits and small businesses exercise their abilities to influence the laws that affect us all.
Please contact us if you're interested in talking to us about a speaking engagement, training, or workshop for NGOs.
Teaching the Foundations For Successful Change.
We all know that a functioning democracy has to go beyond simply voting; the citizenry also needs to be engaged in policy decisions. Unfortunately, this process is often complicated and intimidating. Ujoin Foundation is available for speaking engagements, trainings, and workshops for students to explain the fundamentals of citizen advocacy. We'll talk about how a bill becomes a law, and we'll also talk about what goes on behind the scenes in the halls of power and how students can influence the decisions that are being made.
Please contact us if you're interested in talking to us about a speaking engagement or workshop for students or youth.
Advocacy is not just the territory of big business.
Small businesses are vital for a healthy economy, but unlike the largest companies, they cannot hire expensive lobbyists or lawyers to look out for their interests. The result is that often small businesses bear the brunt of the economy's problems. Ujoin Foundation will work with small businesses to explain how they can advocate effectively for laws they care about.
Please contact us if you're interested in talking to us about a speaking engagement, training, or workshop for small business groups.