1. Advocacy Resource

Meetup Motivators

Seek, Meet(up), and Advocate

March 10, 2019


Want to change the world? Want to bring your concerns to Congress using FCNL’s effective tools and resources? Become a Meetup Motivator!

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FCNL Meetups: Seek, Meet(up), and Advocate

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Meetup Motivators

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Fill out a quick signup form to assess if being a Meetup Motivator is right for you.

We know ordinary constituents can build powerful relationships with their members of Congress. FCNL has been working with grassroots communities for years and the FCNL movement is growing.

We see a need for communities of advocates to flourish around the country. None of us need advocate alone.

Help us share FCNL resources, tools, and best practices to Friends and friends, and build the movement for peace and justice.

Sign up to be part of a pilot project to bring FCNL and advocacy opportunities to your community starting in April.

FCNL's Field and Annual Meeting Planning Committees with a blue sign reading "#Love Thy Neighbor (no exceptions)
FCNL's Field and Annual Meeting Planning Committees with a blue sign reading "#Love Thy Neighbor (no exceptions)

Steps to become a Meetup Motivator

Step 1: Review the Meetup Motivator roles and responsibilities here. Read to find out more about the Motivator role and the resources FCNL will provide you with.

Step 2: Sign up to be a Meetup Motivator and bring FCNL and advocacy opportunities in to your community. Sign up here

Step 3: Attend informational and training calls with FCNL staff prior to holding your Meetup in May. These calls will introduce you to the wider community of Motivators and give you the tools to recruit and run a meeting.

Upcoming Calls

  • Meetup Motivator May Prep Call
  • Meetup Motivator June Prep Call

Recordings from Past Calls & Trainings

Step 4: Start spreading the news to your local community. We think FCNL Meetups are a pathway in for many to bring their gifts, talents, and concerns to advocacy.