Interest Form: IPF Atid DC Capitol Hill Day with ALLMEP - February 11
Israel Policy Forum's IPF Atid network is excited to again be partnering with the Alliance for Middle East Peace on its annual Capitol Hill Advocacy Day.
Alongside senior representatives from regional peacebuilding groups and other partnering US organizations, IPF Atid young professionals will focus on engaging Congressional offices on the bipartisan "Partnership Fund for Peace" legislation throughout the day on Tuesday, February 11.
Please indicate your interest and availability with this form. The full February 11 schedule includes:
*8:30AM: Training & Breakfast
*10:00AM - 4:00PM: Capitol Hill Engagements
*5:00-6:30PM: Congressional Reception
+ 6:30-8:30PM: Post-Reception Public Happy Hour at Union Pub
For questions and more information, please reach IPF Atid National Director Adam Basciano at
More information on the Partnership Fund for Peace:
RSVP for the Peacebuilders Happy Hour taking place at 6:30PM following the day of Hill activities:
Please list your IPF Atid affiliations:
Community Member & Past Event Attendee
Steering Committee Member
Charles Bronfman Convener
IPF Atid Supporter
IPF Atid Delegate to the Region
New to IPF Atid
Have you previously engaged with staff and members of Congress in a similar setting to February 11's proposed day of activities?
Your answer will help organizers plan relevant training resources and will not affect your eligibility to participate.
Yes, with Israel Policy Forum
Yes, but not with Israel Policy Forum
Full Day: 8:30AM - 4:00PM (+ option for 5:00-6:30PM Reception)
Half Day Option I: 1:00PM - 6:30PM
Half Day Option II: 8:30AM - 1:00PM
If you are coming from outside of Washington, DC or the DMV area, please list your city here:
How did you hear about this opportunity?
IPF Atid Facebook Group
IPF Atid Instagram Page
IPF Atid Emails
Optional: Please list your home-state and/or congressional districts you have ties to:
Please share any additional information you would like to convey to organizers:
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