It’s simple: there is power in numbers. The time has come for folks working toward common goals (or against common threats) to break out of organizational silos, link arms, and build political power together. From numbers and solidarity grows newfound political strength. Let’s get connected.

How to Connect

  • Join an organization that’s working on an issue you care about.

  • Attend events to build community with those who share your values.


Sometimes, caring is simply not enough. An informed citizen is an empowered citizen. Now is the time to match passion with smarts. If you’re reading this page, we’re pretty sure you have passion. Let’s all commit to upping our knowledge and getting more strategic about the issues for which we care so deeply.

How to Learn

  • Spend time learning about the organizations affecting change in our community.

  • Peruse our Learn Library to discover something new!

During the first 100 days of the Trump Presidency, our organization sent weekly emails outlining activities you could take during the week, organizations doing great work, and an action you could take.


We’ve compiled all of those actions into our Learn Library. Check it out if you’re eager to do something (or just curious!).


Without action, knowledge holds no power. Regardless of how political tides may turn in any given election, our capacity to act – to volunteer, to run for office, to protest, to be seen, heard and counted – is always there. The story of American Democracy was written by doers, so let’s get moving.

How to Act

  • Many Our 1st 100 Days organizations offer actions you can take. Donate, give time, sign petitions, etc. The list is endless.

  • Take one of the actions in our Learn Library!


When the future seems grim, the impulse to act and influence change can be exhausting. In trying times, pausing to celebrate community, friendship, place and the values we’re working to protect is more important than ever.

How to Celebrate

  • Create and share art! Express your love for the world around you and share it with the community.

  • There are many events in town our calendar dedicated to nothing better than plain ole’ fun. Come play with us!