Vacancy Voter Empowerment Leader - East Aldine

Ad type: volunteer opportunities
Company: BakerRipley
City: Houston, Texas, US
Workplace street: Houston, Texas, US
Work schedule: A few hours per week
Posted: 22 May 2019
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Through nonpartisan phone banks and block walks, BakerRipley aims to empower our neighbors to make their voices heard. Every week until the August 25th special election for flood mitigation, we will be contacting our neighbors to provide them with pertinent information on how and where to vote.

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You can make a positive impact in your neighborhood! Join BakerRipley as we continue our efforts to increase voter registration, engagement and turnout in the neighborhoods we serve and empower our communities.

BakerRipley has long served those areas of Houston which have historically been underserved. Unfortunately, our neighbors are categorized as low propensity voters, which leaves a great majority of voices and needs unheard and ignored because political campaigns typically seek out voters who are most likely to vote. Enough is enough. This is your opportunity to make the needs and voices of our neighbors matter in this and future elections. There is more than one way to empower the members of our community. We have developed programs and hosted events that create leaders in our community. You can be part of this movement.

Help us show our neighbors that their vote matters. Their community matters. Their families matter. They matter.


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    About UsBakerRipley has a rich history in building communities that work since its early days when it was part of the Settlement House movement in the early 1900′s. When Alice Graham Baker founded the ... read more