Advocacy Teams in Action

Local Climate Solutions Powered By Faith Communities

Local officials tell us they want to act on climate solutions but need to hear from you! That’s where local FACS Advocacy Teams come into the picture!

The faith community and friends are uniquely positioned to deliver the message that reducing greenhouse gas pollution is an urgent, moral imperative.

FACS board members and staff will assist team leads to convene monthly hub webinars, manage group lists and calendars, distribute annual advocacy priorities, and provide additional materials, training, and support.

What will you do as a FACS climate advocate?

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Participate in monthly online hub meetings

Meet fellow advocates at an annual in-person training. Help plan meetings, join team meetings with governmental staff, and advocate with elected officials.

Join a Hub
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Subscribe to the FACS newsletter

Join in FACS programs and events, subscribe to the FACS newsletter, and track any issues of concern to share with the whole team.

Subscribe to FACS Newsletter
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Take Action

Attend and speak at public hearings, submit letters to the editor, submit public comments, participate in letter campaigns, and connect with a team in your county or city.

Review our current advocacy priorities.

Advocacy Team Membership & Participation

  • Tune in to in monthly advocacy webinars. Join in-person meetings and one in-person planning meeting (held in January each year).
  • Participate in team meetings at least twice a year with select elected officials or key staff.
  • Track issues of concern in your district, share updates with the full advocacy team.
  • Attend public hearings and government meetings.
  • Write letters to the editor, submit public comments.
  • Recruit your friends and become more involved by managing calendars, set annual advocacy priorities, and provide volunteer leadership.