Civic engagement can be overwhelming. We get it. We're here for you!
So don't hesitate to be in touch with us directly.
You can write to us in the form below or find us on Instagram at @whereshouldIvolunteer.
After the 2016 elections, Rachel Dart and Avery Deutsch started furiously looking up ways to get involved. We started knocking doors, sending texts, and making phone calls. Our friends started to come to us to ask us if we could direct them to volunteer opportunities, so we began rounding up links and sending them along, and roping our friends into volunteering. In 2018 we recruited more friends to knock doors with us, and Gabriel Vega Weissman joined our squad.
For the 2020 elections, the flood of requests from our friends and family for information about how, where, and when to volunteer led to our weekly newsletter. We’ve created this website as a hub you can return to that makes the task of finding those opportunities easy and streamlined.
We believe that volunteering with your friends/colleagues/peers builds community and, frankly, is much more fun.
Thank you for visiting our site–you’re one step closer to taking action for a cause you care about.
It’s easy to feel like politics is overwhelming, and that one person can’t do much. But actually, volunteers are the lifeblood of any movement. Any time, effort, and/or money you can give is worthwhile. Even one conversation on the phone with an undecided voter can move the needle.
Please explore our site and don’t hesitate to be in touch with any questions!