Right Now! Be an Observer for the Police Commission!
Here’s your chance to be a Road Warrior, observing and reporting on Oakland's Police Commission, a new and unique agency that oversees the Oakland Police Department's policies, practices, and customs as well as the Community Police Review Agency, which investigates police misconduct and recommends discipline. Reporting on the Commission is a challenging and fascinating assignment, because it is through Observer Corps reporting that LWVO is able to monitor City government and take action as necessary. We are excited to hear from you. Send your contact information to Gen Katz - firstname.lastname@example.org
Help plan our Centennial Celebration!
Come join fellow League members in planning our Centennial Celebration. 2020 is the 100th Anniversary of the LWV, the oldest non-partisan organization in the US encouraging informed and active participation in government. Let’s make sure our community knows we are there for them. Do you enjoy writing? Event planning? Making presentations? Project management? Being creative? Contact Louise Rothman-Riemer at email@example.com.
Help Organize the LWVO!
Looking for a short term project? Over the years LWVO has accumulated several boxes of hard copy documents. We need volunteers, perhaps someone with library experience, to go through these documents to help determine which merit archiving. Please contact Bonnie Hamlin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help out.
Voter Service and Registration
We receive many requests from community groups to provide speakers on ballot issues, and we hope to reach out to new communities that previously have not taken advantage of our services. We need people to staff tables at various city wide special events, talking to people about issues and distributing publications.
"Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in." --Marjorie Moore