Did you participate in the women’s march, watch the inauguration, or become moved by the events over the past few days? If this past weekend motivated you to be more active in your community, do whatever your heart tells you in terms of supporting causes and politics.
While Friends of White Flint is purposely and resolutely non-political, getting involved in your community is another way to make a difference. We always need both time and treasure, so if you’re charged up from the march or inauguration, consider getting more involved in Friends of White Flint. You could make a donation, volunteer to work on our Pike District Pedestrian Campaign, attend our meetings, or offer your talents in web design, video production, or advocacy.
Want to learn more about how you can volunteer with Friends of White Flint? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.