I'm Going to Fight for What's Right
"The time to start is always the hardest decision to make. Funny thing is, it's also the easiest." - John S. (Nolensville, TN)
In the weeks and months ahead a new Congress and President will be making decisions that affect our lives. With so much on the line, we have to ask ourselves, "Are we willing to step up to protect the values we share?"
Say YES and join people like you across the country deciding to fight to challenge Trump & Republican's pledge to rip health care aware from millions of Americans by repealing the Affordable Care Act, instituting mass deportation, reinstituting stop and frisk, or denying climate change while appointing climate deniers to head the EPA and Oil Tycoons over the Department of the Interior. That's just the start.
Join people liking you in this fight – because protecting the progress we’ve made is going to take us all working together. We need unity. We need you.
Add your name to the team:
So what can I do right now?
...Take Action With Great Organizations & Causes
...Build the Capacity to Fight by Recruiting People & Sharing Stories
...Organize Your Own Action!
rain of berkeley, CA writes: I’m a self employed woman, living in Berkeley California. I worked for 10 years as a hospital social worker here in Berkeley, then, thanks to the ACA, was able to open my own business (a private healthcare practice) in late 2013. I had previously been denied coverage due to pre-existing…Read More
Carrie of Albany, CA writes: I have taught students with learning disabilities for over fifteen years, in both public and private schools, as well as after school each day. I work with those most significantly affected by their disabilities: kids who need one-on-one support to succeed. I love my work, and get a ton of…Read More
Sarah of Los Angeles, CA writes: Born and raised in Southern California, I have been privileged to work with homeless mentally ill individuals for 10 years, until a combination of a car accident and psoriatic arthritis disabled me. I have psoriatic arthritis. If it’s not treated, my hands wither into useless claws and I end…Read More
Sheila of Orinda, CA writes: Four years ago, I moved back into to my father’s house because he desperately needed help with my mother who had dementia. I need to work at a job where I could quit when my help became essential. Even though I have a MA and years of experience teaching, I couldn’t…Read More
v of oakland, CA writes: Don’t take away my safety net! I lost my COBRA coverage after a divorce at age 57, but was very fortunate to be able to get coverage with Obamacare in 2011. This was an enormous relief: I faced breast cancer at age 51-a pre-existing condition would have made me ineligible…Read More
Melody of Chattanooga, TN writes: I grew up in Chattanooga, TN and was diagnosed with a thyroid condition when I was 10 years old. Since then, I left to get an education (studying business, law, and policy) and moved back a few years ago, bringing with me a funded fellowship so that I could be a…Read More
BuildTheHope was one of the first sites launched in 2007 to empower volunteers of the 2008 Obama Campaign. It acted as a place where volunteers could connect with each other to begin organizing work that would build volunteer teams that ultimately led to the election of President Barack Obama. BuildTheHope helped support efforts that led to historic legislation – historic progress – improving the lives of millions of Americans.
With so much at stake after the recent presidential election, we felt it was time to reorganize and rebuild that hope. Your tools and support can create change. You can help our country realize the potential it has to be bold, honest, caring, inclusive, and uniquely strong. We have to band together for progress. We need your help! Signup to volunteer. Take pride. Pitch in.
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