Code for Philly Collab Night!Voter Turnout Letter Writing.
Looking for an easy way to get politically active in your community and meet people at the same time?
Writing letters to voters is one of the most effective ways to help increase election turnout, and doing it alongside friendly people with snacks and drinks makes it fun!
Join the DGS Philly community for a night of easy (and social) activism by writing simple heartfelt handwritten letters to unregistered and low-propensity voters encouraging them to participate in our democracy.
This event is organized by your fellow Philadelphia citizens, all letter writing materials are paid for by community donations, and we use templates from an independent and non-partisan organization called https://votefwd.org. Participating couldn't be easier, and you don't have to contribute anything but your time and handwriting.
2022 is going to be a big year for Pennsylvania's general elections! Your participation really does make a difference.
Our next goal is 4000 letters, and our volunteers have written more than 3300 so far. Join in and help us keep going!
First time participants from all communities are welcome. We'll have a case of beer, snacks, and all the letter writing supplies you'll need at the Indy Hall Clubhouse (709 N 2nd St).
All you have to do is bring yourself, proof of boosted vaccination status, a kn95 mask*, and your willingness to do good shit!
*if you don't have a Kn95, we'll have extra
Who are we?
Do Good Shit Philly is a community of civically and politically active Philadelphians, and we'd love to meet you. These events are led by Sarah McAnulty, with support from Alex Hillman and the Indy Hall coworking community.
All participants are expected to read and understand our core values, code of conduct, & contribution recommendations.
Want to support our effort? Donate here or check out our t-shirts!