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A little goes a long way when you support YWCA Northeast Kansas. Whether you’d like to give of your time, talent, or resources, your gift makes a lasting impact on our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.

For more information on ways to support YWCA Northeast Kansas, contact Allison Marker, Resource Development Director: (785) 233-1750 x222

 

The 2018 Election Is Critical for Kansans

Join us on our mission of eliminating racism, empowering women  and standing for social justice by becoming a voter registration volunteer helping with our nonpartisan voter engagement activities in central Topeka.

Volunteers will go door to door in the neighborhood around the YWCA with a partner until voter registration closes. Then, telephoning and other activities will engage voters in the targeted areas.

Canvassing Schedule

All shifts begin at the YWCA building 225 W. 12th and last about 3 hours which includes training and debriefing. Volunteers work in pairs to walk a small area that includes about 30 houses.

Become a Voter Registration Volunteer

Interested, but Have Some Questions?

More Upcoming Events:

Neighborhood Cookout at YWCA with program on voting Monday, Sept. 24th, 5:30 – 7:30. Free food, Games with prizes and candidate information.

Ripley Park Voter Registration, Sept. 29th Legislative Candidate Forum, Sept. 25th TopekaShawnee Co. Public Library, 6:30 – 8:30

Statewide Candidate Forum, Oct. 23 at TSCP Library—sponsored by partner agencies
Flyer-drop Nov. 2-4 This is general voting information dropped by high schoolers on registered voters’ doors.

Presentations to parents of enrolled kids in after school programs at Williams on voting, importance of, and incorporating some of the Kids Vote ideas into the after school program curriculum.