There are many opportunities to be involved in League of Women Voters.
Visit our Volunteer
page, our Event Calendar
or email us at LWVPPR@gmail.com
to learn more.
Voter Service Team
The Voter Service Team is key to our work to empowering voters. Help is always wanted!
LWVPPR Voter Service Team members actively promote voter and civic education for the public and themselves. You can find League volunteers registering voters in high schools, libraries, and naturalization ceremonies or presenting nonpartisan ballot information in public forums. Our volunteers also work to "get out the vote" with postcards, phone and text banking. Volunteers with this Team also produce local content for League's online voter guide, VOTE411.org
This Team meets about nine months of the year, commitment ranges from two hours a year to ten hours a month. Training and materials are provided - it's a great way to be involved in the civic life of our community and better understand our democracy!
This Team is involved in advocating for our rights and our community - in short, it's defending democracy. The League of Women Voters is known for its grassroots organizing and its study of issues before taking action. League positions may be taken at the local, state, and national level League use its positions to advocate for or against particular policies in the public interest and this is the group that takes action. Commitments vary from a few minutes to a few hours a month, from making a phone call to express an opinion to an elected official to organizing events. Contact LWVPPR@gmail.com
League's Membership Team organizes special events for our members and takes care of the details around membership - tabling and membership renewal, for example. This Team meets about once a month and time commitment varies from a couple hours a month to 10 hours a month. Email LWVPPR@gmail.com
for more information.
Much of the work of our Communications Team is done "behind the scenes." The Website, Voter newsletter, media contacts, and main email address are managed by the Communications Team. Volunteers interested in developing or sharing their communication skills are welcome to help out. Hours vary depending on interest, there's always something to do in communications. Contact League's Communications Team at LWVPPR@gmail.com
The "Admin Team" is elected by the members at League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region's annual meeting. Members who are interested in serving can contact our Nominations Committee by emailing LWVPPR@gmail.com