Creating a roadmap is an important part of any journey. You want to find the best way to reach your destination. Each year, RESULTS groups around the country take time to discuss the goals they have for their advocacy for the end of poverty. They create their roadmap.
Each group approaches this process differently. Some groups want a detailed plan they can use for guidance. Others want to have the roadmap discussion but only document the basics. Wherever your group falls on this spectrum, your roadmap is valuable in helping you achieve your goals and to RESULTS staff who will support you in getting there. The important thing is to have the conversation. It’s useful, enlightening, and fun.
Before you discuss your plan:
1. Find all the 2020 Roadmap resources in the Outreach and Planning page of the RESULTS website (Current Volunteers → Outreach and Planning → “My group wants to make our plans”).
For those who wish, complete the 2020 Individual Action Form before your group meets.
Have a copy of this Guide with you during your discussion and use it as needed.
Keep the 2020 Roadmap online form open during your discussion so you can fill the form out as you go (https://tinyurl.com/wg98uqt
Get an idea where each of your members of Congress fall on the Champion Scale.
Have pen and paper available for those who need or want them during your discussion.
If you would like to edit or revise your Roadmap after submission, click the “Edit your response” link at the end of the online form. When your form re-opens, begin editing or save the URL by copying and pasting it somewhere. Without this link, you will not be able to return to your competed form later. If you prefer a shorter URL to remember, copy the URL and go to www.tinyurl.com
to create a shorter link.