Thank you for your interest in volunteering! With your help, we can end partisan gerrymandering in Pennsylvania.
FDPA is made up of volunteers from across the state who represent a variety of political perspectives and backgrounds. Our team has grown quickly from a handful of volunteers to a network of local groups, regional support teams, statewide working groups, and trained speakers.
Ideas and suggestions from volunteers often become a reality. Obtaining resolutions of support from municipalities, talking to voters at the polls on election day, and creating a speakers bureau—all are ideas that came from volunteers. Join us!
We strategize, plan, and implement together. Our teams are friendly, knowledgeable and fun! Many of us have built meaningful relationships over the years.
Local groups (based in one or several neighboring counties) share information in their communities about the need to Fix Harrisburg and advocate with their local legislators to support a constitutional amendment to end gerrymandering. Local volunteers are needed to:
Statewide working groups provide resources to local groups and develop strategies to meet the goal of a constitutional amendment to create an independent citizens redistricting commission. Volunteers are needed in these areas and more:
We sometimes need specialized skills in data management, data visualization, web management, media outreach, Pennsylvania law, legislative process and more. If you are interested in helping in some way not listed above, we are interested in hearing from you.
Complete the volunteer survey here and someone will get in touch with information on how to get started.