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Volunteer Form

What is your first and last name?
What is the best way to contact you about volunteer opportunities?
District Info: For your reference here's a map of Indiana's Congressional District 5. the counties in the district are Hamilton, Tipton, Howard, Delaware, Grant, and Madison. The ten largest cities are Carmel, Fishers, Muncie, Noblesville, Kokomo, Anderson, Westfield, Marion, and Yorktown.
What kind of volunteering interests you?
Scheduled Blockwalking / Community Events

You'll be included in…

Scheduled blockwalking – That's when we go door to door in a neighborhood to meet voters. Usually this works well in pairs, and we do it at scheduled times (usually evenings and weekends.) That's me doing this:
Community Events – Whenever someone hosts a fair, a -thon, a market, a festival or something else, we can show up and meet voters. (Yup, me again)
Tabling Events – This is when we set up a table somewhere and meet people that come up to us. (Not actual picture)
Scheduled Tabling Events
You'll be included in these. This is when we set up a table somewhere and meet people that come up to us. (Not actual picture)
In-Person Volunteering in the District (On Your Own Time)
Which of these sounds fun?
Virtual Whenever-You-Want from Your Phone/Computer
Here are some possible virtual volunteering tasks. How do they sound to you?
Data entry (low key, easy to do while binging a TV show):
Data research (looking up information online and doing some investigation):
Scheduling/advocacy (finding events/groups/podcasts/media contacts for Robby and setting up times):
Handwritten cards/notes:
Phone calls to friends (or maybe strangers!) to talk about Robby:
Audio/video recording or editing:
Writing or editing of text:
In-Person Volunteering in the District (At Scheduled Events)
How extroverted/introverted are you?
Scheduled Blockwalking / Community Events

You'll be included in…

Scheduled blockwalking – That's when we go door to door in a neighborhood to meet voters. Usually this works well in pairs, and we do it at scheduled times (usually evenings and weekends.) That's me doing this:
Community Events – Whenever someone hosts a fair, a -thon, a market, a festival or something else, we can show up and meet voters. (Yup, me again)
Tabling Events – This is when we set up a table somewhere and meet people that come up to us. (Not actual picture)
Scheduled Tabling Events
You'll be included in these. This is when we set up a table somewhere and meet people that come up to us. (Not actual picture)
In-Person Volunteering in the District (On Your Own Time)
Which of these sounds fun?
Virtual Whenever-You-Want from Your Phone/Computer
Here are some possible virtual volunteering tasks. How do they sound to you?
Data entry (low key, easy to do while binging a TV show):
Data research (looking up information online and doing some investigation):
Scheduling/advocacy (finding events/groups/podcasts/media contacts for Robby and setting up times):
Handwritten cards/notes:
Phone calls to friends (or maybe strangers!) to talk about Robby:
Audio/video recording or editing:
Writing or editing of text:
Social media support
Are you interested in being a social media supporter? (This means you get at most *one text a day* with a direct link to some social media content with the hopes that you will like/share/heart/etc it if you want.)
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