Women’s March – Calls to Action
To help us move our movement forward we have several ways you can help:
Hear our voice! 100 Days/10 Actions
Here are some ways you can help right here at home:
- Ask your friends, supporters, & family members to join our e-mail list: http://eepurl.com/cuU6Nv
- Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/womensmarchonwashingtonhawaii/
- Buy a shirt to commemorate the March:
- O‘ahu shirt benefits the Women’s March – Hawai‘i https://www.bonfire.com/womens-march-oahu-campaign/
- Kaua‘i shirt benefits the Women’s March – Hawai‘i
- Kona shirt benefits the Women’s March – Hawai‘i
- Maui – Aloha For All
- Hilo shirt benefits the Women’s March – Hilo
- Hawai‘i shirt benefits homeless youth
Our Allies – Calls to Action
Public contact for volunteers: Kit Grant (808) 522-5904
Call to action: Take the ACLU People’s Oath to share why you support civil rights! https://www.peoplesoath.org/
Contact information: Laurie Field, firstname.lastname@example.org
Call to Action: Sign up to volunteer, receive emails, and/or receive calls from PPVNH. We’ll keep you informed about opportunities to take action in support of Planned Parenthood and women’s health.
LGBT Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawai‘i
Contact information: Michael Golojuch, Jr., Chair
Call to action: Sign-up for our e-mail list and/or become a member of the LGBT Caucus of the DPH and Follow us on Facebook
Compassion & Choices Hawai‘i
Contact information: Mary Steiner email@example.com
Call to action: Join Compassion & Choices Hawai‘i for a Public Education Forum on Medical Aid in Dying on Tuesday, January 31, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Hawaii State Capitol Auditorium. (RSVP preferred) Sign-up to volunteer and/or Share your story
Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking
Contact information: Vera Zambonelli
Call to action: SUPPORT our FEMINIST FILM ORGANIZATION.
You can sign up to our newsletter to stay updated on our events, initiatives, programs…
You can register a girl you know to our [free/sliding scale fee] programs or spread the word.
Hire HWF for your video production needs.
Contact information: Dr. Susan J. Wurtzburg Policy Chair, AAUW-Hawai‘i firstname.lastname@example.org
Call to Action: Sign up for the AAUW 2-Minute Activist, which will result in receipt of an email, approximately every two weeks, needing action. The action item takes you about 2 minutes to complete, and sends messages to your Senator and Representative at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
Sign up to be an AAUW Branch Member. Sign up to be a member, at a half-price membership special. If you live in Honolulu, you may be interested in AAUW-Honolulu Branch, or AAUW-Diamond Head Branch. If you live on the other side of the island, you may be interested in AAUW-Windward Branch. Both Windward and Honolulu have active Advocacy programs.
Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition of Hawai‘i
Contact: Lisa Kimura, Executive Director (808) 737-5805 Info@hmhb-Hawaii.org
Call to Action: We are looking for advocates to help support and improve our system of reproductive and women’s health care, and to help establish paid family leave in Hawai‘i.
Make Voting Matter
Call to Action: Sign our Make Voting Matter Vow on the website.
Rainbow Family 808
Contact: Carolyn Martinez Golojuch, MSW 808-779-9078 Email: email@example.com
Call to Action: 1) Attend our Feb 9, ‘17 Support Group Meeting at Harris United Methodist Church topics to be covered – A. How to write testimony and submit it using the State on-line system B. Letter writing tips to support Homeless Youth to Legislators as well as letters to the Editor
2) Save the date for the Valentine Rally at Hawai‘i State Capitol on Feb 13, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. to raise awareness that Aloha Spirit is lacking for Homeless youth
3) Make a tax-deductible donation to Rainbow Family 808 to help cover the cost of RF808’s weekly delivery of dairy products, fresh fruits & vegetables to YO – Oahu’s only homeless youth drop-in center – as homeless youth shelters are not allowed in the Aloha State.
Pacific Survivor Center
Call to Action: Learn about the work Pacific Survivor Center does. Get involved by becoming a volunteer, applying for an internship or become a collaborative partner. Make a tax-deductible donation.
Call to Action: Join our Facebook page for upcoming meetings and events. Decolonial Pin@ys is a group of diasporic Filipin@s in Hawai‘i committed to demilitarization, decolonization, healing and creative liberation. We believe that Filipinos can tap into their lakas ng loob (inner strength) to build allyship for a free and independent Hawai‘i.