Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the ACLU-D.C. We are so grateful for the outpouring of support we have received. You are the network of care helping us build a more just and free D.C.

Volunteers like you are essential for helping us build capacity and stretch our reach. Roles include tabling, canvassing, phone baking, legal research, and in a new position called Community Ambassadors.

Community Ambassadors learn about and build support around ACLU-D.C. campaigns by holding space at community meetings, sharing with elected officials and impacted communities, growing public knowledge, getting letters of support, and building our base of support. These volunteers are trained in organizing skills like navigating difficult conversations, storytelling, base building, and leadership development. They meet folks in their communities through neighborhood and community meeting places like Civic Associations, ANC meetings, and any place their neighbors gather. They are essential for assisting in being out in the community and echoing community concerns. Community Ambassadors and all, we are grateful for every volunteer in every role.