Getting Started With the Washington State Poor People’s Campaign
Are you new to PPC (Power Peoples Campaign)?
Go to the national website www.poorpeoplescampaign.org. Include your Washington State zip code so you will get plugged in to our state campaign
www.facebook.com/groups/1063778467146182 (a facebook group for Washington state folks COMMITTED to the PPC goals to stay in touch and discuss issues across the state.
Monthly gatherings on Zoom
Check out upcoming events, trainings, rallies and protests
Spread the Word!
Bring your friends
Communication Team: plan, create, and share social media content, handle press relations, update website.
Outreach Team: grow the movement by increasing membership and volunteers; nurture development of regional committees; create partnerships with faith communities and other organizations
Legislative Advocacy team: strengthen and expand our ability to mobilize for legislative action by joining and helping to grow the networks of advocacy organizations in Washington state, such as Indivisible, Faith Action Network (FAN), Fuse Washington
Action/Events Team: plan, organize and carry out different types of actions and events such as our monthly Open Houses and state actions held in conjunction with the PPC in other states.
Additional ways to engage: