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Online Training Series Paves the Way for Safe Voting

Sep 15, 2020 02:34PM ● By Erica Shames
If you or someone you know is the leader, staff person or member of the board of a Pennsylvania nonprofit, neighborhood, or faith-based organization, make sure they're part of the Participate PA online training series.

Sign up today – the next training is Wednesday, 09.16.20 at  Noon. https://keystoneprogress.actionkit.com/go/4446?t=3&akid=10573%2E192570%2EkHNfks

o   Wed., Sept. 16, 2020 @ Noon – 1.30pm – safe vote-at-home info & helping to recruit poll workers, featuring Pennsylvania Dept. of State, Committee of 70 & Allegheny County Councilwoman Bethany Hallam

o   Wed., Sept. 23, 2020 @ Noon – 1.30pm – best practices & lessons from the Primary

o   Wed., Sept. 30, 2020 @ Noon – 1.30pm – students, seniors & Get-Out-The-Vote

Participate PA is building the capacity of organizations across the state that don't normally do the work, but have natural opportunities to connect with voters and infrequent/non-voting residents. Learn what every organization should be doing this year to effectively increase voter participation – especially among our hardest-to-reach residents.

The 2020 Presidential Election & the COVID-19 pandemics make this the most challenging Election Year in generations. Pennsylvania’s nonprofit & community-based organizations must play a critical role as we prepare for the 11.03.20 Election. Participate PA provides organizations with best-practice information, resources, and partnerships to make a real difference in mobilizing people to vote safely in the 2020 General Election.

Join nonpartisan partners including Keystone Progress Education Fund, The Forbes Funds, Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership, Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group, National Urban League, Pennsylvania Department of State, Nonprofit VOTE, Business For America, Pittsburgh Black Elected Officials Coalition, Pittsburgh City Paper, Pennsylvania Capital-Star & Public News Service.

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