You’re not alone. Seven in 10 Americans understand that our climate is changing, and 61% of us think Congress should do more to address it. However, too many Americans of faith and conscience are unlikely to vote in November. Their voices matter, but we can’t make them heard without your help.
In partnership with our affiliates in Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, together we’ll reach out to 500,000 climate-alarmed voters of faith who don’t vote often in those three states.
How? We talk to people where they are: on their cell phones. Each text is sent individually by a volunteer like you from our online system, not your own phone or phone number. It’s an easy-to-use system called ThruText with pre-written scripts, and we’ll walk through all the steps to use it at the event.
Give, or encourage your faith leader to give, a sermon, d’var Torah or khutbah on the importance of voting.
Donate to power the Faith Climate Justice Voter Campaign.