Volunteer Carol Streiff holds ACLU "Take away one freedom and soon they're all gone" sign

Volunteers like Carol Streiff have worked doing legal intake, and joined us for rallies and other events.

Want to help with ACLU work? Volunteers make our successes possible! Join us as a Public Advocacy Volunteer to conduct research and outreach in the community.

Public Advocacy Volunteer

Would you like to help the ACLU at public events like rallies and talks, canvassing and public education, or with topical research? If so, please consider volunteering with our Public Advocacy Department.

Volunteers must attend an orientation to learn about the role of the Public Advocacy Department within the ACLU of Massachusetts, responsibilities when representing the ACLU at public events, and to gain access to research assignments.

Public Advocacy volunteers can have a flexible schedule with no regular hours. We will contact you to help with events and projects on an as-needed basis.

To learn about upcoming volunteer orientations, please fill out your information, and we will be back in touch with you.

If you have specific questions about the program, you can contact Olivia Santoro, our volunteer coordinator, directly at osantoro@aclum.org.

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