Mobilizing Volunteers to Move Non-Discrimination Forward
Freedom for All Americans is proud to serve as the chair of the National Equality Action Team, a coalition of regional and local organizations – plus individual, unaffiliated organizers – who mobilize supporters of LGBTQ non-discrimination protections to volunteer for actions for critical state campaigns. The program is a robust field effort aimed at empowering Americans, no matter where they live, to do their part. This work is done in coordination with, and with the support of, local campaigns and leadership.
Recruit volunteers to take action – including knocking on doors and making phone calls to Americans across the country – that leads to more communities advancing comprehensive non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people.
How NEAT Works:
Volunteers and coalition partners with NEAT are invested in taking action – whether remotely or on the ground – that compels Americans to speak out in favor of LGBTQ non-discrimination. We’ll ask volunteers to make phone calls to residents of a state with pending legislation, knock on doors to urge people to contact their lawmaker, or assist with a variety of other actions that put volunteers right in the middle of these exciting, historic campaigns. Together, we can do the vital work of driving constituents to contact their elected officials and fuel momentum for LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination.
How to Get Involved:
You can take a stand with Freedom for All Americans as part of the National Equality Action team by signing up here. (Link to new sign-up page on TheNeat.org). Then, we’ll email you when we have volunteer opportunities – real actions that will give you the unique chance to plug into the most cutting-edge non-discrimination campaigns and help us build these campaigns up. Whether you live in a state with full protections or no protections, we need you – because we can’t stop fighting until ALL Americans are fully protected from discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Learn more at TheNEAT.org