Grassroots volunteers are an integral part of our advocacy and education network who help keep the information flowing between their communities and Congress or the White House. Volunteers can participate in monthly conference calls for updates on legislative activity. They can also organize or promote rallies, attend visits to Members District offices, help with petition signing campaigns or writing Letters to the Editor, staffing an exhibit table, networking with local groups or attending town halls and community roundtables.
Find out ways where you can make a difference! It can be as simple as using social media, purchasing a T-shirt or bumper sticker, joining our Capitol Action Team and so much more.
If you live in the Washington, D.C. metro area then you’re the perfect candidate for our Capitol Action Team (CAT). This group of mobilized and energized volunteers is well-known in the halls of Congress and throughout Washington as a strong voice on behalf of millions of seniors and their families nationwide.
In this short video, the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare shows the crucial role that volunteers play in the critically important cause to preserve and enhance their earned benefits.