Are you ready to dive in and get involved with 350 Seattle?
Fill out this form below to tell us more about yourself and workgroups you might be interested in joining. Our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch and help you plug in.
Artful Activism – provides art and visuals support for 350 Seattle and for actions with allied groups, bringing creativity to the movement.
Community Solutions – focuses on regional climate justice initiatives like community solar, transit, and affordable housing.
Defund Disaster/Seattle Divest supports the work of the indigenous-led coalition Mazaska Talks by supporting weekly bank actions and asking fellow PNW organizations and institutions to boycott the banks funding the climate crisis. We are also in the midst of a campaign to get the City of Seattle’s $2.5 billion pension fund to divest from fossil fuels. There are lots of ways to get involved!
Families Uniting Now (FUN) – creates a fun, supportive space where families can come to learn how to take action together.
Frontline Allies/Anti-Racism – focuses on challenging ourselves to be better allies to communities of color and low-income communities, especially those most directly affected by climate change and the fossil fuel economy.
Keep it in the Ground – focuses on regional and national issues around tar sands; oil transport and export; LNG, methanol, and fracked gas infrastructure; and Arctic drilling.
Media/Communications – works to support 350 Seattle with press, content, and web support. This isn’t a stand-alone group–we work with members of each campaign who act as the media point people for that campaign.
On-Call Task Team – provides support for a wide range of 350 Seattle activities–flyering, tabling, data entry, etc. If you have limited or unpredictable time but want to support us, sign up, and then join us when you can!
Policy & Economics – works to educate the community about the climate effects of trade policy, and also about Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).
Social Media Swarm – Members amplify 350 Seattle’s message through strategic sharing of and commenting on social media posts.
Tabling – maintains a presence at local events, and hits the streets in Seattle neighborhoods to talk to people about climate issues like oil trains or community solar? Talk with your neighbors and community members about what needs to be done.
Trans Mountain – focuses on Canada’s recent permitting of this massive tar sands pipeline–a climate disaster that would result in 7x as many tankers in the Sound.
Volunteer Engagement – helps to guide and support new volunteers into a meaningful path within 350 Seattle. Join VET to help conduct one-on-ones, and asses the skills and passions of volunteers to help them find a place in 350.
If you have other skills or talents to share, please share in the comment box!
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