Cloverdale Indivisible’s Next Membership Meeting: Sunday, August 11 from 3:00-4:30 p.m at the United Church of Cloverdale.
Postcards at Louise’s this week
We are meeting at 4:00 on Monday, July 15, at Louise Young’s, 325 Pepperwood Dr.
We’ll finish up our cards to North Carolina’s District 9 — with over 1,000 postcards written! We have an incredibly enthusiastic and dedicated group of postcard writers, and we welcome new members!
If you would like to write postcards from home, contact Pam at email@example.com. (Remember, if you are writing from home, please don’t mail these postcards. We are collecting them and sending them in bulk to NC.)
Thanks for all your help!
If you would like to write postcards from home, contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org.(Remember, if you are writing from home, please don’t mail these postcards. We are collecting them and sending them in bulk to NC.)
For those who don’t have the time or inclination to write post cards, please support this effort by donating to help cover the cost. You can write a check to Cloverdale Indivisible and mail it to:
Cloverdale Indivisible, c/o Virginia Greenwald
206 Clover Springs Drive
Cloverdale CA 95425.
All donations are greatly appreciated.
Cloverdale Indivisible is a local grassroots organization whose mission is to advocate for the preservation of democratic institutions, a free press, a healthy environment, and the dignity, equal rights and protections for all.
In our current political climate, it is easy to forget that in a functioning democracy the power resides with the people. By exercising our constitutional right to vote and working together we can create a government with integrity that provides a healthy, just, and prosperous future for all. We believe excellent public education, equal opportunity, a strong safety net, and healthcare for all are hallmarks of a great nation.
Cloverdale Indivisible advocates and interacts with our federal and state elected officials to resist unsafe and unfair policies while promoting legislation that serves to protect and advance civil rights, justice, and equality.