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Take Action

Volunteer Opportunities

Our job as citizens is to be active, engaged and involved. You can write postcards for candidates, man phone banks, and help register voters from your home. Please check out these ways you can make a difference.

Let's Get Busy - Change Requires Action!

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Fighting for a better, fairer, and brighter future for every American: rolling up sleeves, empowering grassroots voters, and organizing everywhere to build back better. Find volunteer opportunities in your area and across the nation.

Human Rights Campaign.


HRC’s campaigns are focused on mobilizing those who envision a world strengthened by diversity, where our laws and society treat all people equally, including LGBTQ+ people and those who are multiply marginalized. Get involved!

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Democratic Volunteer Center


A founding principle of the DVC is inclusion, bringing together volunteers across the progressive spectrum, regardless of any relationship with the Party. Volunteer opportunities including writing postcards, phone banking, and texting campaigns. Jump in and join. Help build a country that works for all of us.

Progressive Turnout Project


Progressive Turnout Project is a grassroots-funded organization dedicated to connecting with voters and getting Democrats to the polls. Volunteer to write postcards, make calls, and more to help Democrats win.

Post Cards to Voters


Postcards to Voters are friendly, handwritten reminders from volunteers to targeted voters giving Democrats a winning edge in close, key races coast to coast. Sign up Here.

When We All Vote


Voting is the hallmark of our democracy and we all need to do our part in ensuring all citizens are informed and engaged. Join When We All Vote and help register your neighbors, family, and friends to vote.

“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.” 

— Martin Luther King, Jr.

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